Tour De France In Yorkshire

2 July 2014, 10:21 | Updated: 30 March 2016, 13:50

Tour De France

The Tour De France visits Yorkshire on Saturday 5th July and Sunday 6th July. See the route, road closure info and all the latest details about the event here.


Saturday 5th July 2014 

Leeds to Harrogate 190KM

Sunday 6th July 2014 

York to Sheffield 200KM.

The Route


The 101st running of the Tour de France will begin outside Leeds Town Hall. They will then head into the Yorkshire countryside. They will pass Harewood House before they head to Skipton, gateway to the Yorkshire Dales National Park. They will leave through Leyburn and the cathedral city of Ripon, rejoining the roads to Harrogate.


The second stage starts in York at Clifford’s Tower, it then passes through Harrogate before heading to Huddersfield via Haworth. From here the cyclists will head to the National Park, the Peak District, on the edge of the Pennines. From Holme Moss, one of the toughest climbs in the whole of Great Britain, it’ onto the UK’s first city of sport Sheffield, before the riders finish at Don Valley Stadium.



The first stage races from Leeds to Harrogate via Yorkshire Dales


The second stage races from York to Sheffield via Pennine Yorkshire.

It finishes in Paris on July 27.


Road closures 

Hundreds of roads along the route will be completely shut on Saturday and Sunday, find out how this effects you on the link below.

Tour de France Road Closures


Where to watch? 

Thousands of people will watch the race at official spectator hubs on Saturday and Sunday

The free admission hubs are a place to watch the race on big screens.

To find out your nearest hubs click the link below.

Stage One Spectator hubs 

Stage Two Spectator hubs 


Find out all the best spots to view the race at Le Tour Yorkshire. 


Check out the Le Tour Made in Yorkshire video -