Tour Series 2012 dates announced

Tour Series 2011, round six, Oldham

Dates for the ten-round 2012 Tour Series have been released by the event organiser.

The televised, town-based criterium series features two rounds per week over five weeks, kicking off on Tuesday May 15 and finishing on Thursday June 14. There will be a round each Tuesday and Thursday evening.

Details of the venues and competing teams will be announced at a later date.

"We're looking forward to beginning to announce this year's venues in the New Year, with a combination of existing, fan favourite venues being joined by new towns and cities who want to be a part of professional cycling and the Tour Series," said Tour Series director Mick Bennett.

The 2011 Tour Series was won overall by Rapha-Condor-Sharp and visited Durham, Aberystwyth, Peterborough, Colchester, Stoke-on-Trent, Oldham, Woking and Canary Wharf, London. Highlights of the 2011 races were shown on ITV4.

2012 Tour Series dates

Round One - Tuesday 15th May

Round Two - Thursday 17th May

Round Three - Tuesday 22nd May

Round Four - Thursday 24th May

Round Five - Tuesday 29th May

Round Six - Thursday 31st May

Round Seven - Tuesday 5th June

Round Eight - Thursday 7th June

Round Nine - Tuesday 12th June

Round 10 - Thursday 14th June

Related links

Tour Series 2011: Coverage index (reports, photos, rider blogs and more)

External link

Tour Series website

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