Tour De Yorkshire 2019 – Details Of Rolling Road Closures

Tour De Yorkshire 2019 - Details Of Rolling Road Closures
2019 – Details Of Rolling Road Closures

The 2019 is just around the corner and residents will have two opportunities to see some of the world’s top cyclists pass through the East Riding.

On Thursday, 2 May, stage one of the men’s race will start in and cyclists, including the four-time Tour de France and double Olympic bronze medallist Chris Froome, will make their way through the East Riding to the finish line in Selby.

It is expected thousands of spectators will line the route of the 178.5km stage, which will take in some villages and communities for the first time.

The peloton will go through:

Pollington
Snaith
West Cowick
East Cowick
Rawcliffe
Airmyn
Howden
Gilberdyke
Scalby
Newport
Ellerker
Brough
Elloughton (sprint)
Welton
Melton
Swanland

Skidby


(all riders will pass through North Bar)
Leconfield
Beswick
Kilnwick
Middleton-on-the-Wolds
North Dalton
Cote de Baggaby Hill (King of the Mountains stage)
Pocklington (sprint)
Barmby Moor
Sutton upon Derwent.

The men’s race is due to reach Pollington at around 1.50pm, Howden at approximately 2.20pm, 3.40pm and Sutton upon Derwent around 4.45pm.

There will be rolling road closures along the route on Thursday, 2 May and they are expected to last no longer than around 40 minutes.

Roadside parking at key locations along the route will be suspended for the day for safety reasons and signs informing residents of this are already on display.

The market place in Pocklington will be the focus of a number of events to celebrate the and so will be closed between 1pm and 6pm while St Helen’s Square in Barmby Moor will also be closed between 2pm until 10pm for their celebrations to take place.

On Saturday, 4 May the focus moves to where both the men’s and women’s races will start outside .

The women’s race is due to leave at 9.05am with stage three of the men’s race leaving at the later time of 2.45pm.

Both races will leave and head straight into North Yorkshire and to the finish line in .

South Marine Drive and part of Kingston Road will be closed to vehicles from 6pm on Friday, 3 May until 6pm on Saturday 4 May and on-street parking will also be suspended.

Langdale Wharf car park will also be closed but the park and ride will be in operation.

For each race, there will be rolling road closures along High Street and on-street parking there will also be suspended.

Ian Burnett, head of asset strategy at , said: “We are looking forward to hosting some of the best cyclists in the world in this year’s , which will be exciting for the crowds.”

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