Just as yesterday, there was another short stage in the Tour de Pologne. The riders had to cover 142 kilometres, including three laps on a local circuit of seventeen kilometres in Katowice. Four riders decided to attack immediately after the start was given, but even before halfway through the stage, Kurek decided to leave the three other escapees behind. He was caught again in the first of three local laps. Afterwards, a rider from the Polish national team tried to go solo. However, the team of race leader Peter Sagan controlled the breakaway and everything was back together with 25 kilometres remaining. Several breakaway attempts followed in the final local lap, but eventually the stage ended in a bunch sprint, as was expected. Sacha Modolo was the fastest of the pack, ahead of Danny Van Poppel and Maximilian Walscheid. Jens Debusschere finished in fifteenth place.

In London, the sixth edition of the Prudential RideLondon Classic was held, the first time as a WorldTour race. This inspired a lot of riders to attack in the opening kilometres. However, it took thirty kilometres before the first breakaway was formed. Five riders managed to get a nice lead, but halfway through the race, they were caught again. On the hills, the race really started when Sky increased the pace and the peloton split into different groups. At seventy kilometres from the finish, Impey, Trentin and Stuyven jumped away from what was left from the peloton. Despite the peloton only granting them a lead of 35 seconds, the trio managed to keep in front until deep in the finale. Trentin and Stuyven dropped fellow escapee Impey with ten kilometres remaining and were eventually caught by the peloton in the final kilometre. In the bunch sprint, Alexander Kristoff was the strongest. He finished in front of Magnus Cort Nielsen and Michael Matthews. Lotto Soudal wasn’t in the running for victory, Nikolas Maes was the first finisher, he arrived as 28th.