Five stages, four jerseys, one bank holiday weekend and some of the best racing roads in the UK!

The 2017 SD Sealants Junior Tour of Wales will be the longest and toughest yet, for the first time taking place over four days rather than the traditional three.

Sunday morning sees the tough, windswept Bryn Bach Park circuit test the riders’ mettle while the afternoon’s flat stage gives the fast men the chance to shine.

Monday’s traditional queen stage takes in the Penderyn Moor, Storey Arms and the Brecon Beacons National Park, culminating at the now legendary climb of the Tumble.

There is something for every type of rider – but only the best will come out on top.

For more information visit https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/events/details/158185/The-SD-Sealants-Junior-Tour-of-Wales-2017

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