But once again, fans won’t be able to enjoy the action from Hammersmith Bridge.

The iconic 136-year-old structure is a significant marker in the race marking the halfway point.

But Hammersmith and Fulham Council says it has taken safety advice and is closing the bridge to pedestrians, cyclists and e-scooters.

The Grade II listed bridge has been shut to motor vehicles since April 2019, over structural safety fears.

But it is open to pedestrians and cyclists at the moment.

The council says it wants to avoid congestion around the bridge and this means temporarily closing it.