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North Yorkshire will welcome some of the world’s top cyclists in an unforgiving uphill route in the Tour of Britain, which is returning to the county for the first time in 13 years on Wednesday 7th September for stage 4 of the route. This section of the tour will take place between Redcar and Duncombe Park in Helmsley, passing through Whitby and the North York Moors National Park.

An interactive stage map, SKODA King of the Mountains and sprint locations, full timetable, and local resident information will be released in advance of race day on Wednesday 7 September.

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Tour of Britain - Stage 4 Redcar to Helmsley

Type:Cycle Event

Whitby, North Yorkshire
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Tour of Britain - Stage Four (7 Sept 2022)

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