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The OVO Women's Tour pit - Gallery

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Is this Boels-Dolmans S-Works the new Tarmac?

Is this Boels-Dolmans S-Works the new Tarmac? (Image credit: Aoife Glass / Immediate Media)
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Each of the riders in the race today are sporting a pink ribbon, and each ribbon bears a message form a breast cancer survivor

Each of the riders in the race today are sporting a pink ribbon, and each ribbon bears a message form a breast cancer survivor (Image credit: Aoife Glass / Immediate Media)
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Canyon//SRAM isn't on the new women's specific version of the Ultimate today, but expect to see more of the team on them in the near future

Canyon//SRAM isn't on the new women's specific version of the Ultimate today, but expect to see more of the team on them in the near future (Image credit: Aoife Glass / Immediate Media)
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WM3 Pro Cycling has its steeds provided by Ridley

WM3 Pro Cycling has its steeds provided by Ridley (Image credit: Aoife Glass / Immediate Media)
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Team Sunweb is sponsored by Liv Cycling, so expect to see the Envie in action today

Team Sunweb is sponsored by Liv Cycling, so expect to see the Envie in action today (Image credit: Aoife Glass / Immediate Media)
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The Drops cycling team certainly has one of the most striking race cars on the road

The Drops cycling team certainly has one of the most striking race cars on the road (Image credit: Aoife Glass / Immediate Media)
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The Drops team is riding distinctive turquoise bikes from sponsor Trek

The Drops team is riding distinctive turquoise bikes from sponsor Trek (Image credit: Aoife Glass / Immediate Media)

This article originally appeared on BikeRadar

The fourth edition of the OVO Energy Women's Tour has been exciting. One of the biggest events on the UCI Women's WorldTour circuit, the five-day stage race sees the top pro-teams in the world battle for victory along crowd-lined streets.

The final stage of the 2017 edition takes place on the streets of central London, with the riders completing 14 laps of a 6.2km circuit that takes them past notable landmarks such as Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus and Regent Street.

As with other stages of this popular event, the crowds turned up in force to cheer on the riders. Check out a few of the bikes we spotted in the team pits above, including what looks like the same unannounced S-Works Tarmac from Specialized we spotted at the Criterium du Dauphiné.