Generally, there will not be any barriers along the route, therefore members of the public should be able to get a good view of the race.
You can see the full route and town hosts on the map here, the route goes through a number of town centres which can be accessed using public transport. To help you plan ahead find out about the estimated timings here.
There will be opportunities to cheer the riders along the route and as they approach finish line in Bodmin.
Come and watch them as they give it all to become the King of the Mountain, the locations are Zennor, Rosewall Hill and Carnon Downs and compete to win the Sprint in Hayle and Penryn.
We advise contacting the Town Council or Parish Council of the location you wish to see the race from as they will be able to advise on the most accessible locations along the route.
For both the Start and Finish those with special needs will have easy access to the route. Reasonable attempts has been made for those with access needs, and areas allocated to give wheelchair users an unobstructed view of the race as it passes by.
In Penzance a disabled parking and viewing area for the Sunday is located at St Anthony’s Car Park. There will be disabled access toilets located here. Stewards will be in place to manage entry.
In Bodmin a disabled parking and viewing area is located at Pool Street Car Park on Dennison Road. There will be disabled toilets located here and stewards in place to manage entry.
The parking restrictions will apply to blue badge holders on the route.