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Welcome to Cycle Yorkshire, Ride the Routes, the essential guide to riding the routes of the 2015 Tour de Yorkshire as well as the 2014 Yorkshire routes of the world’s greatest cycling race.

The two-day 2014 event covered nearly 400 kilometres of rugged Yorkshire countryside, whilst the new race in 2015 covers over 500 kilometres of many different and equally beautiful areas of Yorkshire. Cycle Yorkshire, Ride the Routes provides all the information you require to ride the routes safely.

The app is:

Free to download
Packed full of useful information including fully-interactive maps and over 50 videos

Video content includes:

Information videos of semi-pro cyclist Jamie Sharp riding section of the routes, providing great views of the course and outlining highly useful information about the routes, the challenging terrain and any hazards you may encounter
Flyover videos – key sections of the routes are shown in graphical flyovers, allowing you to plan your ride in advance

The interactive maps include:

The routes of the 2 days from the 2014 race including:

Day One from Leeds to Harrogate via Skipton, Hawes, Leyburn, Ripon and other parts of the Yorkshire Dales
Day Two from York to Sheffield via Knaresborough, Hebden Bridge, Huddersfield, Holmfirth and other parts of Yorkshire

The routes of the 3 days from the 2015 race including:

Day One from Bridlington to Scarborough through Dalby Forest, Pickering, the North York Moors, Whitby, Robin Hood’s Bay and other parts of North Yorkshire
Day Two from Selby to York via Beverley, Wetwang, Stamford Bridge and other villages and towns in North Yorkshire
Day Three from Wakefield to Leeds through Barnsley, Holmfirth, Haworth and Ilkley and other parts of West and South Yorkshire

The routes of the 3 Sportive races from Roundhay Park in Leeds

In addition, you’ll find a useful News & Events feed with regularly updated news stories, and a general road safety and information section with useful hints and tips about the specific rural terrain you’ll find in Yorkshire.

What’s New

Version 1.2

What’s New in Version 1.2

We’re delighted to bring you a completely updated app with new maps for the 2015 Tour de Yorkshire routes, brand new video content, and a completely new design.

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

BrookeBot2.0 ,

Great new version

Great update to the original. Nice to see original Grand Depart routes archived alongside the new TDY ones. Vids look good too.

EllsBells84 ,

Great app for cyclists up for a challenge!

As a keen cyclist and a big fan of the tour, this is a great app for those of us not greatly familiar with the area but wanting to get out and about on the actual route. The videos are great, and the route is shown in fill, apart from the Sheffield section which, as the app says, was not published in full at the time the app went on sale - hopefully this will be updated when it is? Found the reviewer who said there were loads of errors curious as I have yet to see any, and I can tell him that even I have been through Rylstone (near Grassington in the Dales). Great job guys, and bring on the tour!

IlkleyMoorTim ,

Looks good but riddled with errors!

This app looks good at first glance. However, the maps and text do not accurately show the Le Tour route. For example the app shows the race taking the Addingham by-pass, which is actually going to be a massive car park! Where the heck is "Rylston" and why did the developers seemingly get bored and not finish the second stage route into Sheffield? Very disappointing...


Bow House Ltd
53.2 MB
Health & Fitness

Requires iOS 6.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2014 City of York Council


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