The 2011 Tour of Britain starts on Sunday, September 11, in Peebles and finishes in Westminster, London, on Sunday, September 18.

Sixteen teams of six riders will take part in the 2011 event – a total of 96 riders. All teams have now released their provisional line-ups.

An Post-Sean Kelly Cycling Team (Ireland)

Gediminas Bagdonas (Lithuania)

Sam Bennett (Ireland)

Andrew Fenn (Great Britain)

Pieter Ghyllebert (Belgium)

Ronan McLaughlin (Ireland)

Mark McNally (Great Britain)

Endura Racing (Great Britain)

Jack Bauer (New Zealand)

Iker Camano (Spain)

Rene Mandri (Estonia)

Paul Voss (Germany)

Alex Wetherall (Sweden)

Ian Wilkinson (Great Britain)

Europcar (France)

Yukiya Arashiro (Japan)

Franck Bouyer (France)

Anthony Charteau (France)

Damien Gaudin (France)

Yohann Gene (France)

Alexandre Pichot (France)

Garmin-Cervelo (USA)

Julian Dean (New Zealand)

Roger Hammond (Great Britain)

Thor Hushovd (Norway)

Daniel Lloyd (Great Britain)

Martijn Maaskant (Netherlands)

Gabriel Rasch (Norway)

HTC-Highroad (USA)

Lars Bak (Denmark)

Matt Brammeier (Ireland)

Mark Cavendish (Great Britain)

Bernhard Eisel (Austria)

Alex Rasmussen (Denmark)

Mark Renshaw (Australia)

Leopard-Trek (Luxembourg)

Will Clarke (Australia)

Linus Gerdemann (Germany)

Dominic Klemme (Germany)

Giacomo Nizzolo (Italy)

Martin Pedersen (Denmark)

Jens Voigt (Germany)

Motorpoint (Great Britain)

Ian Bibby (Great Britain)

Marcin Bialoblocki (Poland)

Will Bjergfelt (Great Britain)

Tobyn Horton (Great Britain)

Johnny McEvoy (Great Britain)

Peter Williams (Great Britain)

NetApp (Germany)

Jan Barta (Czech Republic)

Cesare Benedetti (Italy)

Bartosz Huzarski (Poland)

Daryl Impey (RSA)

Leopold König (Czech Republic)

Timon Seubert (Germany)

Rabobank (Netherlands)

Lars Boom (Netherlands)

Theo Bos (Netherlands)

Rick Flens (Netherlands)

Michael Matthews (Australia)

Bram Tankink (Netherlands)

Coen Vermeltfoort (Netherlands)

Raleigh (Great Britain)

Dan Fleeman (Great Britain)

Richard Handley (Great Britain)

Liam Holohan (Great Britain)

Jeroen Janssen (Netherlands)

Gael Le Bellec (France)

Jamie Sparling (Canada)

Rapha Condor Sharp (Great Britain)

Graham Briggs (Great Britain)

Dan Craven (Namibia)

Zak Dempster (Australia)

Kristian House (Great Britain)

Jonathan Tiernan-Locke (Great Britain)

Andy Tennant (Great Britain)

Sigma Sport-Specialized (Great Britain)

Russell Hampton (Great Britain)

Steve Lampier (Great Britain)

Tom Last (Great Britain)

Tom Murray (Great Britain)

Simon Richardson (Great Britain)

Wouter Sybrandy (Netherlands)

Sky Pro Cycling (Great Britain)

Steve Cummings (Great Britain)

Alex Dowsett (Great Britain)

Mathew Hayman (Australia)

Michael Rogers (Australia)

Ben Swift (Great Britain)

Geraint Thomas (Great Britain)

Topsport Vlaanderen-Mercator (Belgium)

Dominique Cornu (Belgium)

Kenny De Ketele (Belgium)

Stijn Neirynck (Belgium)

Jarl Salomein (Belgium)

Preben Van Hecke (Belgium)

Jelle Wallays (Belgium)

UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling (USA)

Robert Förster (Germany)

Chris Jones (USA)

Karl Menzies (Australia)

Boy van Poppel (Netherlands)

Rory Sutherland (Australia)

Scott Zwizanski (USA)

Vacansoleil-DCM (Netherlands)

Maxim Belkov (Russia)

Thomas De Gendt (Belgium)

Jan-Bert Lindeman (Netherlands)

Barry Markus (Netherlands)

Willem Wauters (Belgium)

Lieuwe Westra (Netherlands)

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  • Mark Jones

    I see Thomas De Gendt is down to ride for Vacansoleil – I hope this is correct as he was very entertaining two years ago for Topsport. I’m hoping Cav can attract big crowds to the race and hopefully a better showing from Team Sky this year now they’re more experienced and will keep their options open. I’d like to see Bibby make the top ten or at least impress in a couple of stages to get that move to a bigger team that he deserves and Rapha could do better this year after some successful stage races.

  • Mark

    What a fantastic lineup! A pity SaxoBank weren’t invited, though. Richie Porte was superb in last year’s race, and I had hoped to see him again!

  • Phil Riley

    I see the HTC team is still to be confirmed. Maybe we might be treated to seeing Mark Cavendish winning more sprints in this country.