Cyclists on the Cairn O'Mount looking towards Clachnaben

Tour of Britain 2021

Aberdeenshire Council and Aberdeen City Council will host stage 1 of the 2022 Tour of Britain professional cycle race on Sunday 4th September 2022.

You can view more information about the 2022 race on the Tour of Britain website

2021 race

Aberdeenshire Council and Aberdeen City Council were delighted to welcome the final stage of the 2021 race to the region for the first time on 12th September 2021. This has marked the furthest north the race has ever visited. 

Find our more about the 2021 race on the Tour of Britain website. 

Window dressing competition winners

Winners have been chosen in a Tour of Britain window dressing competition.

To celebrate the arrival of the tour in the North-east, Aberdeenshire and Aberdeen City Councils encouraged businesses to dress their windows with a cycling design or theme.

After much contemplation and discussion by the Shire judging panel, the winners were as follows:

  • Kincardine and Mearns – The Spectacle Company, Stonehaven
  • Marr – Butterworth Gallery, Ballogie, Aboyne
  • Garioch – The Flooring Lodge, Skene, Westhill
  • Best Overall – E. Giulianotti, Stonehaven

Each of these businesses will receive a prize to the value of £1,000 to spend on promotional advertising of their choice within the North-east.

The prize fund has been provided through the Paths for All ‘Smarter Choices Smarter Places’ programme which supports sustainable travel.


Kincardine and Mearns

The Spectacle Company, Stonehaven

The Spectacle shop front showing their window dressing for Tour of Britain


Marr

Butterworth Gallery, Ballogie, Aboyne

The Butterworth Gallery shop front showing their window dressing for Tour of Britain


Garioch

The Flooring Lodge, Skene, Westhill

The Flooring Lodge shop front showing their Tour of Britain decorations


Best Overall

E. Giulianotti, Stonehaven

E. Giulianotti shop front showing their window dressing for Tour of Britain


Land art competition

The Tour of Britain’s National Land Art competition is a fantastic way to get involved and show your support for Britain’s biggest professional cycle race every September.