2022 Tour of Britain set to finish on the Isle of Wight

Mathieu van der Poel (Corendon-Circus)
Mathieu van der Poel (Corendon-Circus) powering to victory in Kendal at the 2019 Tour of Britain (Image credit: Simon Wilkinson/SWpix.com)

The Tour of Britain is set to visit the Isle of Wight for the first time in 2022, the race announced on Saturday morning. With the 2020 edition of the September stage race called off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, thoughts have instead turned to the future planning with the 2020 route set to be raced next year.

The 2022 edition of the race will end on the island, located on the south coast of England. The race has finished in London for 11 of its 16 editions since relaunching in 2004, though has finished in Cardiff and Manchester in recent years, with the 2021 race set to conclude in Aberdeen.

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Dani Ostanek
Senior News Writer

Dani Ostanek is Senior News Writer at Cyclingnews, having joined in 2017 as a freelance contributor and later being hired full-time. Prior to joining the team, they had written for numerous major publications in the cycling world, including CyclingWeekly and Rouleur.


Dani has reported from the world's top races, including the Tour de France, World Championships, and the spring Classics. They have interviewed many of the sport's biggest stars, including Mathieu van der Poel, Remco Evenepoel, Demi Vollering, and Anna van der Breggen.


As well as original reporting, news and feature writing, and production work, Dani also oversees How to Watch guides and works on The Leadout newsletter throughout the season. Their favourite races are Strade Bianche and Paris-Roubaix and their favourite published article is from the 2024 edition of the latter: 'Unless I'm in an ambulance, I'm finishing this race' – Cyrus Monk, the last man home at Paris-Roubaix