A new mass-participation ride has been created by British Cycling and will take place two days before the start of the Tour of Britain. Called the Yorkshire Tour Ride, it's a three-route ride with the longest ride being 87 miles over Holme Moss and the Snake Pass.
British Cycling launches challenge ride to celebrate Tour of Britain
The three rides will feature transponder timing, mechanical and nutritional back-up, and full signposting.
The Yorkshire Tour Ride takes place on Bank Holiday Sunday 28th August and includes the 87-mile Holme Moss Humdinger, the 50-mile Snake Pass Pedal, and the 18.5-mile Le Bradfield Bicyclette.
British Cycling’s Manchestour, which was run along similar lines last year, attracted 500+ entries.
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