Big Crowds And Delays Expected As Tour de Yorkshire Comes To Beverley

Big Crowds And Delays Expected As Tour de Yorkshire Comes To Beverley
Big Crowds And Delays Expected As Tour de Yorkshire Comes To Beverley

Humberside Police are reminding people to be prepared to face delays as the Tour de Yorkshire 2018 comes to the region.

With big crowds expected in Beverley and along the route, Humberside Police say they hope people enjoy the spectacle that is the Tour de Yorkshire. 

In statement they said;

“People should expect delays throughout the region throughout the day.  If you don’t want your travel to be disrupted and don’t want to get involved with the event then avoid the route completely for the duration.”

“Our officers, volunteers and staff will be on duty throughout the day in Beverley and along the route to make sure everyone stays safe.  If you see anything we need to be aware of please speak to one of us or call 101.”

“We have three officers in the police motorcycle outriding team who are looking forward to riding ahead of the race and helping to make sure the event runs smoothly and safely – look out for numbers R7, R9 and R10 and give them a wave.”

This year’s Tour de Yorkshire will get underway in Beverley at 8.50AM when the Ladies set off, their route will see them go out towards Bentley for the official start they then go through Skidby, Walkington, , Middleton on the Wolds, Pocklington and Holme upon Spalding Moor before cycling through the historic town of continuing through Airmyn and Rawcliffe before leaving our area on route to the finish in Doncaster.

The men’s race will begin with a ceremonial start at 2.20pm from central Beverley, leaving the town towards Tickton where the race will officially start. The cyclists will head out towards Hornsea, looping around the Mere before heading back thorough Beverley and continue with the route as the women’s did earlier in the day.

For full route details and information about the event visit the TDY website: https://letour.yorkshire.com

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