That's it for our live coverage today.
The day firmly belongs to Mathieu Van der Poel, who not only bagged another stage win, but extended his overall lead.
However, Matteo Trentin is just 12 seconds behind and the top 10 are separated by less than a minute.Copyright: PA Media
The Tour of Britain moves on to Greater Manchester tomorrow for the final stage, with plenty at stake.
Again the weather was kind today and the crowd turned up in their thousands to line the route from Warwick to Burton Dassett.Copyright: PA Media
Ben Swift of Team Ineos remains the highest-ranked British rider in the general classification in 16th place after today's stage.Copyright: SWPix
He was part of the group that attacked on the final climb, but was caught in the closing metres as Van der Poel sprinted to victory.Copyright: SWPix
Dutch rider Mathieu van der Poel will go into tomorrow's final stage with an extended lead in the general classification.Copyright: SWPix
He leads Italian Matteo Trentin by 12 seconds, with Australian rider Simon Clarke in third place going into Saturday’s Greater Manchester finale.
Poel thanked his team for "a perfect job" today, but said it had been a hard stage, telling ITV Sport he'd had to dig "pretty deep".
"Everybody hurt their legs today," he said, "and tomorrow is going to be no different."Copyright: SWPix
Here are some more great images from the day.Copyright: SWPixCopyright: SWPixCopyright: SWPix
The man who went into today's race as leader, Mathieu van der Poel, has won the seventh stage of the Tour of Britain.
The Dutch rider put in a strong finish to end ahead of Matteo Trentin who took the green jersey from him earlier in the week.Copyright: SWPix
British riders Ben Swift and James Shaw are in the leading pack of five as the riders head into the final climb of the day at Burton Dassett Country Park.
They're about eight seconds ahead of the pack.
Fans have gathered at Burton Dassett Country Park for the finale of today's stage.Copyright: BBC
The Colvin family (pictured) from Napton-on-the-Hill have bagged themselves a prime spot.Copyright: BBC
"We've been to several tours and saw the finish in Leamington last year," Robert Colvin said.
"When it's on your doorstep why wouldn't you come?"
Dylan van Baarle has won the second King of the Mountains climb, but he and Cameron Meyer have been caught by the peloton.
There's a group of five riders all jostling for position.
Dylan van Baarle led Cameron Meyer across the line on the first ascent of Burton Dassett Country Park.
Their lead over the peloton is now down to one minute ten seconds.
There's two laps of the park to go.
The gap between the two breakaway riders and the main group has dropped to just over a minute and a half.
The riders are just heading up to the first of three climbs at Burton Dassett Country Park.Copyright: SWPix
Cameron Meyer and Dylan van Baarle are still out in front.
The Tour of Britain riders will finish today's stage with three ascents of Burton Dassett Country Park.
The 4.9% average climb is part of a 12km finishing circuit.Copyright: Stratford District CouncilCopyright: Stratford District CouncilCopyright: PA
Today's Tour of Britain field includes local rider Jake Stewart.
The 19-year-old from Coventry, who rides for the Great Britain Cycling Team, said the familiar route and faces would act as an incentive.
Cameron Meyer took first place at the intermediate sprint at Pillerton Priors with the riders moving up Sun Rising Hill in the second King of the Mountains climb of the day.Copyright: SWPix
Ever wondered how long it takes for the all the riders, support cars and emergency services to roll through the tour route?
This - from the village of Bulkington earlier - will give you some idea.
And it's Cameron Meyer who pips Dylan van Baarle in the Friz Hill climb.
The duo are still ahead of the pack, and now heading for the day's final sprint at Pillerton Priors.
Friz Hill is the first of five King of the Mountains climbs today.Copyright: SWPix
Dylan van Baarle, riding for Team Ineos and Cameron Meyer for Mitchelton-Scott are heading up the 1.7km hill and are still more than two minutes ahead of the pack.
Riders will then head to Sun Rising Hill, before Burton Dassett Country Park.
Riders are heading for the first King of the Mountains climb at Friz Hill.
Dylan van Baarle and Cameron Meyer are now leading the peloton by more than two and a half minutes.Copyright: SWPix
Journalism student Adam Dickinson from Coventry has captured some lovely pictures from behind the scenes of today's tour.
These are some of our favourites.Copyright: Adam DickinsonCopyright: Adam DickinsonCopyright: Adam Dickinson
Workers on a housing development in Pillerton Priors turned out to welcome the tour riders earlier.Copyright: Deeley Group
The Deeley Group helps organise a local charity ride, the Starley Sportive - and have even issued construction workers with hard hats featuring the colour schemes of the four race leaders' jerseys.