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Le Tour Yorkshire

Le Tour Yorkshire

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Le Tour de Yorkshire

Coming this year to the glorious Yorkshire area, the Tour de Yorkshire is a mini Tour de France right here in Britain. For the first time ever, the three stage race will run along the coast, past many of the nations favourite towns and cities along the way.

The first stage will begin in the seaside village of Bridlington. From there, the race follows the coast for nearly 174km to finally arrive at Scarborough at the end of the day. The scenery out to the east should provide great motivation for the athletes as they gaze out to sea on the first leg of their journey.

The second stage begins the next day at the daunting and grandiose Selby Abbey. This leg is also 174km long and takes a much more inland route. It traverses the Yorkshire Wolds, and takes the cyclists through places such as Malton, Stamford and Beverley. York is the days destination, where there will also be held a women's event on a circuit to promote women in cycling and encourage more females to take up the sport.

The third stage is the shortest but by no means the easiest in the race. At 167km, it pales in comparison to the distance of the other two stages, but picks up last years' Tour de France Grande Depart route. Only this time, they will be riding it in reverse, crossing the idyllic Cragg Vales before plunging down into Leeds to the finish line at Roundhay Park.

If you are travelling in a group and bringing family and friends that don’t want to watch the race, Yorkshire offers plenty of attractions and activities.

Some of our favourite Le Tour Yorkshire...

  • Holiday Cottage in North Yorkshire, England
    Granary Cottage Pet Friendly Yorkshire Cottage

    Holiday Cottage in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England

    Granary Cottage, Spikers Hill Farm, Self-catering cottage on working farm in West Ayton, near Scarborough, in North Yorkshire. Our Yorkshire holiday cottage sleeps 4 and pets are w...

    Pet & Dog Friendly Family Friendly Online Payment Accepted  

    £ 245.00 - £ 550.00 per week

  • B&B in North Yorkshire, England
    West House B&B near Scotch Corner North Yorkshire

    B&B in Northallerton, North Yorkshire, England

    West House B&B, Guest House and B&B in the village of North Cowton, Northallerton,North Yorkshire.Just ten minutes from Scotch Corner on the A1.Cottage offers two double rooms in o...

    Pet & Dog Friendly Family Friendly  

    £ 30.00 - £ 30.00 pppn

  • Holiday Cottage in North Yorkshire, England
    Little Garth Pet Friendly Holiday Cottage in North Yorkshire

    Holiday Cottage in Sinnington, North Yorkshire, England

    Little Garth is a charming Grade II listed cottage, circa 1855, which was restored in 2007. It offers excellent self-catering cottage accommodation for 5 people in idyllic countrys...

    Pet & Dog Friendly Family Friendly  

    £ 340.00 - £ 750.00 per week

  • Holiday Cottage in North Yorkshire, England
    Fox Cottage Self Catering Helmsley North Yorkshire

    Holiday Cottage in Helmsley, North Yorkshire, England

    Beautifully renovated in 2013 this Grade II listed cottage is situated a short stroll from the picturesque market square. Retaining much of its original eighteenth century characte...

    Pet & Dog Friendly Family Friendly  

    £ 300.00 - £ 680.00 per week

  • Holiday Cottage in North Yorkshire, England
    West Close Farmhouse Leyburn Yorkshire Dales

    Holiday Cottage in Leyburn, North Yorkshire, England

    West Close Farmhouse Cottages are situated in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales and boast beautiful views across Coverdale and out to the Moors. There are two single-storey cottages...

    Pet & Dog Friendly Family Friendly  

    £ 287.00 - £ 520.00 per week


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