20 Tour de France moments you'd only see in Yorkshire!

Thanks to the Tour de France, the rest of the world knows we're completely bonkers

Yorkshire folk are known for their  short arms and deep pockets, saying it like it is and defending God's own county with an unrivalled patriotism.

But now thanks to the Tour de France , the rest of the world knows we're completely bonkers too!

Click below to see a gallery of 20 things you'd only see in Yorkshire during the Tour de France.

From going mad for free tea to cheering the riders on in fancy dress, we've shown billions across the globe that Yorkshire people are the best spectators in the world - and we really know how to put on a show!

We gave the world a reight proper welcome - and there's no doubt the eccentricities of the proud Yorkshire people will live long in the memories of cycling fans worldwide.

Follow the links below for more Tour de France Yorkshire coverage from the the big day:

Selfies at Le Grand Depart: More of your pictures from Le Tour de France's visit to Huddersfield and Holmfirth  

Tour de France Yorkshire 2014: Your pictures from the route as the cyclists sped through Huddersfield and Holmfirth  

Tour de France in Huddersfield: Amazing pictures from an unforgettable day

Rapturous crowds gather at Blackley hill to welcome Tour de France

How Huddersfield town centre lent its very vocal support to the cyclists

"Stunning. Exciting. Awesome. Absolutely amazing" - Huddersfield's verdict on the Tour De France 2014

Huddersfield and Honley embrace Le Tour

Fans on Holme Moss - now that was 'summit' else

Recap: Le Tour de France speeds through Huddersfield - see how the excitement unfolded

Diary of the Day: What happened at St George's Square for Le Tour Yorkshire?

Your Tour de France Yorkshire selfies - can you spot yourself in our gallery?  

Our Le Tour Yorkshire 2014 time lapse of St George's Square

Yorkshire did it - 2.5m line the route to watch Tour de France

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