Spectators in Epping will see the peloton tackle two circuits of the town (at 13:20 and 14:20) before a thrilling Finish on the High Street at approximately 14:30, followed by stage presentations.
The stage will also feature three Queen of the Mountains climbs around Epping on a loop the riders will do twice. The first two climbs will take place at Mount End/Tawney Common (with predicted arrival times of 13:30 and 13:50) and the third at Houblons Hill (14:20).
To celebrate the arrival of the RideLondon Classique, a range of festivities have been arranged along Epping High Street, with fan zones and around 20 stalls popping up between 09:00 and 15:00. Families can enjoy the interactive art of pavement chalking, taking place near the Civic Offices on the High Street, and seek bike maintenance advice too. The police will also be bike marking throughout the morning.
Epping has plenty of shops, cafes, and restaurants to enjoy before the riders are expected to arrive in the town for the first time at approximately 13:20. Epping is on the London Underground Central Line, with the station just a short walk away from the High Street.
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