Tour de Yorkshire Ride

TBC - 6th May 2018

Rolling Hills

Terrain

Rolling

UK

Country

UK

Moderate

Difficulty

Moderate

Riders

Riders

6,000

About Tour de Yorkshire Ride

Following on from the hugely successful Grand Depart in 2014, the Tour de Yorkshire is a legacy event and quickly becoming a high quality 3 day pro race attracting the biggest names in cycling. The Tour de Yorkshire Ride takes in the final stage on the morning of the race. This year it features a circular route starting and finishing in Fox Valley near Sheffield. The full route is not announced until January but will take in all of the major climbs and then follow the pro route for as much as possible. The route will go into the beautiful peak district, one of the most picturesque places to suffer on a bike in the UK.

Stephen, Tour of Flanders, 2017: "Organisation was perfect and marshalling superb. Hotel was great, staff were brilliant - definitely the right move to stay in Oudernaarde and will go back. "

The Routes

Not confirmed until January but will head into the Peak District and finish with a flurry of tasty 1km climbs with gradients up to 20%

Long Route km

TBC - Jan

DISTANCE   Km       ELEVATION   M.

Medium Route km

TBC - Jan

DISTANCE   Km       ELEVATION   M.

Where to Stay

TBC

 

FAQs

Getting There

For international riders, Leeds Bradford airport is closest. For those in the UK, driving is the easiest option.

Documents Required

No faffing on the morning of the ride, your race pack will be sent to you in advance so turn up and ride.

What to Pack

Very steep hills await so bring all your gears. The weather can be any or all of the four seasons so bring layers, waterproofs & arm / leg warmers.

Registration

Everything will be sent out before hand so no need to queue up on the morning of the event.

Start & Finish

Both the start and finish will be in Fox Valley near Sheffield. Times will be confirmed in January

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