Tour de Yorkshire

Maserati Tour de Yorkshire Ride - Sunday 30th April

Maserati Tour de Yorkshire Ride

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The Maserati Tour de Yorkshire Ride offers a unique mix of Tour de France delivery combined with Yorkshire hospitality and beauty resulting in a sportive dream day. Taking place on the 3rd and final day of the Tour de Yorkshire (Sunday 30 April), this is your chance to ride many of the same roads as the pros before they do, including the pro finish line, complete with support from the waiting crowds. The location has now been announced and we're heading to Fox Valley (Sheffield)!

Distances

  • Long Route: 100km
  • Medium Route: 75km
  • Short Route: 45km
  • Cycletta (women only): 45km

Please note that the distances shown are a guide only and routes may be subject to change.

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Event benefits

  • Same structures and spectators as for the pro race
  • Routes take in many of the same roads as the pro race
  • Finish on the Tour de Yorkshire finish line
  • Yorkshire style support through the towns and villages

Event also includes

  • Mechanical support - like the pros
  • Medical support
  • Sweep vehicle for those who cannot complete the route
  • Energy products provided at feed stations
  • Electronic chip timing
  • Results texted to you as you cross the line
  • Finisher's medal

Fancy customising your medal with your name and finish time? Order an iTab medal insert during the entry process or if you have already entered, click here to order!

 

Yorkshire Bank Bike Libraries

Bl LogoThe project sees old and unwanted bikes that would have otherwise been thrown in the tip or left to gather dust in garages donated, repaired and then loaned out to children and families free of charge. It’s a simple concept, but one that could potentially change a child’s life forever. It is our mission to make Yorkshire the first place where nobody, because of their circumstances, is deprived of a bike.

If you have old bikes that you no longer use, please think about donating them at one of Yorkshire’s 51 donation stations. To date the project has provided more than 31,000 opportunities for young people to ride a bike. To learn more about the project please visit www.bikelibraries.co.uk