Tour de France Le Grand Depart

If you’re in Leeds tomorrow get yourself along to the town hall at 6pm for a party where you’ll find out all the details for the Grand Depart of the 2014 Tour de France. Unless you’re in Paris in which case we’re not sure where the party is. Hopefully no one has invited Lesley Garrett.

Yorkshire will be hosting the Grand Depart on 5th July 2014, the stage will start in Leeds, go through the Yorkshire Dales and finish in Harrogate where on 5th August 1878 the CTC was founded by Stanley Cotterell.

Stage 1:
Leeds – Harewood – Otley – Ilkley – Skipton – Kettlewell – Aysgarth – Hawes – Reeth – Leyburn – Ripon – Harrogate

Stage 2:
York – Knaresborough – Silsden – Keighley – Haworth – Hebden Bridge – Elland – Huddersfield – Holmfirth – Sheffield

Stage 3:
Cambridge – Epping Forest – Olympic Park – the Mall


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