The eight host locations for 2019 Tour de Yorkshire have been unveiled by organisers Welcome to Yorkshire and the Amaury Sport Organisation (A.S.O).
The stages for the fifth edition will begin or end in:
Hours before a key cabinet meeting on Brexit, Theresa May stood up in the Commons to… wish a happy birthday to the world’s oldest bell ringer.
Happy 100th Dennis Brock 🎉
“British eccentricity* at its best.”
*Review of my book, not of Brexit.
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200 may be an approximation, but professional cyclists are going to pass a very large number of church towers in 2019.
CLICK HERE for the 2019 Tour de Yorkshire from 2-5 May.
AND CLICK HERE for the 2019 UCI World Cycling Championships from 21-29 September
And if you have no idea what it’s like, then take a look below at some images of the Tour de Yorkshire and Tour de France from 2014 to 2018.
Cote de Blubberhouses #tdf2014
In September 2019, Yorkshire will host the UCI Cycling World Championships. The events are over 9 days. See the tweet below for the race routes.
Discover how bells are woven into the history of Bayeux.
Bells and bikes en France. It doesn’t get better than this. I thoroughly recommend you visit La Fonderie de Cloches in Villedieu-les-Poeles, Normandy. Bell makers to the world and roadside for the 2016 Tour de France.
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After 3 days on the road, today was watching the race on Twitter. Here are some highlights from around the route.
Sir Gary Verity catches up with race leader, Harry Tanfield, at the start of Stage 3 in Richmond.
At the start line. With a bike bell and a horn. Click below to find out more.