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Tour de Yorkshire

the moors above Cragg Vale

2022 Tour de Yorkshire

2022 route

The 2021 Tour has been postponed. The route for 2022 is not known, but may be similar to that planned, but cancelled, for 2020. We hope that Halifax will again be a host town for the 2022 Tour de Yorkshire.
The 2020 Tour de Yorkshire was planned to take in 612.5km of roads (43% new roads), two National Parks and 160 towns and villages from all four corners of the county. There would have been 17 categorised climbs & 8 intermediate sprints.
Both routes would be the toughest in the history of the race and feature more climbing than ever before, including the Côtes de Buttertubs and Grinton Moor - both making their first appearances since the 2014 Tour de France - and the return of the infamous Shibden Wall.

Men's Race

Stage 1 Thursday 30 April: Beverley to Redcar 176.5km
Stage 2 Friday 1 May: Skipton to Leyburn 124.5km Meets the canal at Skipton and Gargrave
Stage 3 Saturday 2 May: Barnsley to Huddersfield 134km Meets the canal at Marsden to Slaithwaite, Sowerby Bridge to Todmorden, Brighouse and Huddersfield
Stage 4 Sunday 3 May: Halifax to Leeds 177.5km Meets the canal in Skipton and Leeds

ASDA Women's Race

Stage 1 Friday 1 May: Skipton to Leyburn 124.5km
Stage 2 Saturday 2 May: Barnsley to Huddersfield 114.5km

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The pictures show some of the route for the triumphant 2014 Grand Départ.


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The route of the Tour de Yorkshire

Keighley Road, Hebden Bridge

Coming down from the moors - Hebden Bridge

Hebden Bridge near the station

Cyling the route - Hebden Bridge

Beside the canal at Lock 7

Route beside the canal

Cragg Vale

Climbing up Cragg Vale

The top of Cragg Vale

Looking back down Cragg Vale