31 Beautiful Images Of The Tour De France In Yorkshire
Well done, Yorkshire. Take next week off.
This was the Grand Depart in Leeds.
And from there it was into the countryside.
This was the scene in Ilkley, 17 kilometres into the race.
In Skipton even the town church got into the act.
The race then thundered through the Yorkshire Dales.
Crowds throughout the course came out in force.
This was the scene at Buttertubs Pass.
This intense crowd shot of Buttertubs Pass went viral.
Some people got really, really excited.
The markings on the road left some food for thought.
And the views at Buttertubs? Magnificent.
These llamas were spotted near Reeth, Yorkshire.
Along with this graffitied sign in Leyburn.
This was the scene at Grinston Moor.
This part of the race was a pretty spectacular sight.
It even made the front page of the Yorkshire Post.
This was the scene in West Tanfield.
With this located just around the corner.
The first stage concluded in Harrogate.
The town was "a bit" busy.
Stage two departed from York. Here the peloton passes Bettys.
And Clifford's Tower.
Knaresborough also wore a polka-dot jersey.
This climb in Haworth? Marvellous.
And the crowds on the second day? Just as huge.
This was the scene at Bradfield Pass.
Seeing the route from above is quite a sight to behold.
And this horse? Well... It's supporting Team Sky.
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