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Nestled in the heart of the Coquet Valley, Rothbury is a close-knit community, a popular tourist destination and the "Capital of Coquetdale".
Estimated time of race arrival: 11:45
The leads cars and outriders will arrive approximately 20 minutes ahead of the race.
There will be an extended road closure in place from Cragside B6341 which will cut across the A697 and towards Alnwick
There will be a rolling road closure south of Rothbury for a period at any time between 11:00-12:30
King of the Mountains 2
Specialist riders within each team will compete to reach the top of the bank at Debdon
There is limited on street parking in Rothbury, so please use one of the free car parks:
Cowhaugh Car Park
Also known to locals as the "Haugh Car Park", this is on the south side of the river and has about 80 parking spaces. Access to the town centre is a 220 yard walk over the footbridge and past the cottages. However, bear in mind that in extreme weather, and with the river running high, this car park may flood.
Beggars Rigg Car Park
To the west of the town, this is a smaller car park that is next to a small picnic area. It is also next to the footpath that runs along the river, and is a ½ mile walk to the town centre.
For more information on what to see and do in Rothbury go to visitnorthumberland.com