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Tour de Yorkshire - 30th April

The borough will feature prominently in Stage One of the men’s race – the Yorkshire Coast stage - between Beverley and Redcar, with the impressive 176.5km route taking in Filey and Whitby and a number of the borough’s villages, including Robin Hood’s Bay and Runswick Bay.

Tour de Yorkshire Route - Yorkshire Coast Stage

The Yorkshire Coast Stage 30th April


On entering the Borough of Scarborough, the race will pass through the outskirts of Speeton, through Reighton and onto Filey, where it will head through the town centre. The route then heads via Cayton to East Ayton, through the beautiful Forge Valley onto Hackness, Suffield and Scalby. After taking in Burniston and Cloughton, the route goes via Staintondale before re-joining the A171 at the Falcon Inn. After passing through Fylingthorpe and the stunning Robin Hood’s Bay, the riders will contest the first King of the Mountain climb of the day on the Côte de Hooks House Farm.


The second intermediate sprint of Stage One will take place at Whitby Abbey with the riders heading through Whitby town centre on to Sandsend, followed by the second King of the Mountain climb of the day on the Côte de Lythe Bank. The route then carries on heading north via Hinderwell, through Runswick Bay before heading into Redcar and Cleveland and on to the Stage One finish line in Redcar – the most northerly location the Tour de Yorkshire has ever visited.

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