Councils in the north-east have teamed up to bring one of the world's biggest cycling events to the region.
Council chiefs in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire are poised to bid to bring one of the world’s biggest cycling events to the north-east.
Davinia Smythe-Barratt, ordinary mum
The Tour Series returned to the Granite City for the third time this week. It was eight action-packed hours of cycling featuring children, corporate teams and the professionals. If you weren’t able to attend, watch our 30-second timelapse video to see what you missed. Click here to read all our Tour Series coverage.
Neah Evans was left to a lament a mechanical failure as she played catch-up on her home Tour Series course.
Alex Paton hailed an all-round team performance as he led Canyon dhb home to a men’s team and individual Tour Series win.
History was made in the elite women’s race of the Tour Series in Aberdeen last night as Jess Roberts became the first woman to win three consecutive Tour Series events.
Here is a round-up of all the results from the 2019 Tour Series.
Near to 10,000 cycling fans took to the streets of Aberdeen yesterday to cheer on some of the UK’s top cyclists for the city’s third visit from the Tour Series.
Alongside an afternoon of cycling, Aberdonians were treated to a taste of different events such as stunt bikers and aerial acrobatics.
The Tour Series 2019 is officially underway. We’ve had the youngsters’ races so far with lots more still to come in the afternoon. Check out our video above and the gallery below for all the action so far: You can follow all the action on our live blog by clicking here.
The Tour Series returns to Aberdeen for a third year today. Thousands are expected to descend on the city centre to watch the spectacular. For everything you need to know about the event including road closures, click here. And follow our blog below for the live action.
The stage is taking shape for this year's Tour Series spectacular.
Aberdeen city centre will be a hive of activity today when the Tour Series hits the streets.
Racing in the Scotland skin again was just too good an opportunity to turn down.
John Archibald is keen to make the most of his time on home soil when he completes his Tour Series double-header in Aberdeen tomorrow.
Two-wheeled stunt shows, a pedal-powered cinema and a cycle skills track are among the attractions on offer on Thursday when Aberdeen city centre hosts a cycling spectacular to mark the latest visit of the OVO Energy Tour Series.
Primary school pupils in Aberdeen have been getting into gear for a major national cycling event.
Scottish Commonwealth Games medallists Neah Evans and Katie Archibald will team up for the OVO Energy Tour Series in Aberdeen this month.
Aberdeen council bosses have written to city centre residents warning their cars could be towed if they are illegally parked during the anticipated tour series cycle race.
Some of the world’s greatest cyclists will once again get into gear and race through the streets of Aberdeen when the celebrated OVO Energy Tour Series returns to the city.
Organisers of the Tour Series hope to bring one of the biggest cross-country cycling races to Aberdeen.
Neah Evans enjoyed her homecoming as her Storey Racing team took the round victory at the Tour Series event in Aberdeen yesterday.
The sun shone on the Granite City for the second year running as the Tour Series returned to Aberdeen yesterday.
Richard Handley is targeting the outright lead in the Tour Series for his team when the road cycling series visits Aberdeen today.
Bertie Newey is piling up the minutes on the bike in preparation for his return to Aberdeen tomorrow for the 2018 edition of the Tour Series.
Top professional cyclists will take to the streets of Aberdeen again after the “roaring success” of last year’s visit from the Tour Series.
The north-east is poised to bolster its tourism credentials during the year ahead after a busy 12 months for the buoyant sector.
Thousands of people turned out for a major cycling event hailed as a “massive success" for Aberdeen.
The streets of Aberdeen will be filled with some of the best cyclists in Britain today as the latest stage of the Tour Series arrives in the city.
World-record-breaking Scottish cyclist Graeme Obree has backed the idea of a new cycling event being created in and around the North Coast 500 in the Highlands.
Aberdonians will be getting on their bikes when a cycling activity village is created in the city, ahead of the Tour Series arriving next week.