Denbighshire residents are urged to support the Tour of Britain as it races through the county for the third year running.
The North Wales leg of the Aviva Tour of Britain 2015 will take place on Sunday, September 6.
The race will travel from Conwy County in to Denbigh from the Bylchau direction.
It will go through Vale Street, Denbigh and along Ruthin Road.
The race will then head through Brookhouse, Llanrhaeadr, Rhewl and in to Ruthin.
Later it will then head through Ruthin Town Centre and will take the Mold Road through Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd, Clwyd Gate, Llanferres, Loggerheads and into Flintshire.
Estimated times of arrival of first bikes:
- Denbigh – 2.09pm
- Llanrhaeadr – 2.18pm
- Rhewl 2.19pm
- Ruthin – 2.27pm
- Llanbedr -2.31pm
- Llanferres – 2.41pm
- County Boundary with Flintshire – 2.46pm
Councillor Huw Jones, Cabinet Lead Member for Community Development, said: "We are delighted that the race is coming back to North Wales and to Denbighshire. The support over the past two years has been tremendous and we hope to emulate that kind of support this year and give the cyclists a warm welcome.
"Cycling events are becoming ever more popular and Denbighshire has demonstrated that it is a great location for large events of this nature. The support of crowds is extremely important so I would ask you to get out on the route and get involved in the excitement and buzz of this great event."
For further information about the race, please visit: www.tourofbritain.co.uk