The Tour de Yorkshire

If you’re up for a challenge, why not try re-tracing the Tour de Yorkshire route?  After the phenomenal reception that greeted the Tour De France Grand Depart in 2014, Bradford was proud to have hosted a stage of the inaugural Tour de Yorkshire.

The race visited Bradford in the final leg (Day 3), and passed through the district via Oxenhope  Haworth, Silsden, Addingham, Ilkley and Menston.

Route Summary

Day 1 – Started in Bridlington on the east coast where the race passed through the spectacular coastal and moorland landscapes before finishing in Scarborough.

Day 2 – The race started at the magnificent Selby Abbey before weaving through the Yorkshire Wolds to Beverley with the final stop at York.

Day 3 – Started in Wakefield where the cyclists experienced the most challenging part of the race with 6 climbs.  The race ended in Roundhay Park in Leeds. Map of Day 3 – Tour De Yorkshire

You can view maps of the route on the Visit Bradford website here.  Day 3 is the route for those wanting to cycle in the Bradford District.