Tour de Yorkshire - 28 to 30 April 2017
The Tour de Yorkshire is one of the biggest cycle races in the UK. This year it takes place from Friday 28 to Sunday 30 April, with the men’s race held over three stages – one per day – and a women’s race on Saturday 29 April. The three stages are as follows: stage 1 starts in Bridlington and finishes in Scarborough; stage 2 starts in Tadcaster and finishes in Harrogate; stage 3 starts in Bradford and finishes at Fox Valley, Sheffield.
For the most part, there will only be rolling road closures lasting no more than an hour. Road closures will be managed by the police. The expected timings for each stage have been published by the organisers here.
However, in some locations there may be full or longer road closures. These include:
All starts and finishes
Newquay Road, Bridge Street, Church Street (Whitby)
St Thomas Street and St Nicholas Street (Scarborough)
Foreshore Road, South Bay – Finish (Scarborough)
Trapping Hill (Cote de Lofthouse) will be one-way (Northbound)
Ripon Market Square
Holden Lane, Silsden (Cote de Silsden) one way
Main Street, Haworth (Cote de Haworth)
Lee Lane, Halifax (Cote de Shibden Wall)
Briggate and Bethel Street, Brighouse
Musgrave Street, Low Lane, Market Street and Smithies Lane, Birstall
Manchester Road, Stocksbridge
More information on the routes for each stage may be found on the Tour website here.
Prudential RideLondon will take place on the weekend of 29-30 July 2017. As previously, events will be held in central London on Saturday 29 July and in both London and Surrey on Sunday 30 July.
A number of locations will be affected by road closures. In the meantime, you can find more information and register for event e-newsletters on the Prudential RideLondon website. Detailed road closure information is expected to be available approximately one month before the event and links will be posted here.