The route for the 2017 Tour de Yorkshire, 28-30 April 2017, has been announced and what better way to follow the tour than with your own luxury hotel on wheels, GlamperRV! The large garage has plenty of space for your own bikes so you can follow the tour on two and four wheels!
The Tour de Yorkshire takes in a number of cities and towns in Yorkshire with undulating and tough conditions once again expected throughout the race. The 2017 edition starts in Bridlington and heads over the climbs of Garrowby Hill and Goathland, and along the coast before a finish in Scarborough.
Stage 2 starts in Tadcaster, with the finish in Harrogate, where a stage of the Tour de France finished in 2014, and the location where Mark Cavendish crashed out of the race.
The third stage – 194.5km in length – has been nicknamed as ‘The Yorkshire Terrier’ and has the toughest stage profiles of the race. Starting in Bradford City Park the race takes in part of the route from the 2014 Tour de France before dipping into the Yorkshire Dales. There are eight categorised climbs in total before a tough 22km finishing circuit.