Want to watch the third stage of the 2014 Tour de France? Here's when and where the race passes from Cambridge to London

As the Tour de France sprints in to London, here’s the list of locations it passes en route from Cambridge to Buckingham Palace.

Tour organisers have released their estimated timings for the third stage, with the race starting in Cambridge before heading into Essex and then through East London to the finish line on The Mall.

The route is a flat 155km, which will hopefully finish in a bunch sprint with huge pressure on Mark Cavendish for a win on home soil in front of a massive capital crowd before the race departs for France.

Tour de France 2014, Stage three: Cambridge to London, 155km

Monday, July 7 2014

Timings given are based on an average race speed of 45km/h. Actual timings may therefore differ if the peloton speed is greater or lesser than this average.

Start: CAMBRIDGE 12:25
Trumpington 12:25
Great Shelford 12:29
Stapleford 12:32
Great Chesterford 12:44
Little Chesterford 12:46
Saffron Walden 12:51
Sewards End 12:57
Radwinter 13:02
Great Sampford 13:08
Finchingfield 13:16
Wethersfield 13:21
Shalford 13:24
Church End 13:26
Shalford Green 13:28
Rayne 13:36
Bartholomew Green 13:40
Bannister Green 13:43
Watch House Green 13:45
Felsted 13:46
Hartford End 13:51
Great Waltham 13:57
Chignal Smealy 14:03
Chelmsford 14:06
Roxwell 14:12
Fyfield 14:27
Moreton 14:30
North Weald Bassett 14:41
Epping 14:47
Woodford 15:02
Redbridge 15:03
Walthamstow 15:11
Leyton 15:17
Olympic Park Stratford 15:18
Gallions Point Marina 15:23
Limehouse Link Station 15:41
Tower Bridge 15:43
Waterloo Bridge 15:49
Finish: THE MALL 15:51

Tour de France 2014 stage 3 map

 

 

 

Tour de France 2014 stage 3 profile

Words by Henry Nixon