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Tour de France Yorkshire 2014: Route through Calderdale, Huddersfield and Holmfirth in pictures

Take a look at our Tour de France Stage 2 gallery showing the route through our area

 

The Tour de France is coming to Calderdale, Huddersfield and Holmfirth.

Riders in the Tour de France will be in our area on Sunday, July 6.

The second stage of this year's Tour begins in York at 9am when the huge 12km long caravan sets off from the city in North Yorkshire.

The riders set off two hours later.

Click above to see a gallery of the route in our area.

Tour fans in Hebden Bridge can expect to see the hundreds of vehicles and floats begin to enter the town at around 11.30am with the caravan reaching Ripponden at around 12.17.

The caravan will then hit Huddersfield, starting to head down the A629 Halifax Road at around 12.37pm with the riders expected some time between 2.18pm and 2.37pm depending on their speed over the previous 120km of the stage.

Honley through to Holmbridge should expect the caravan to enter between 12:52pm and 1.03pm with the riders any time from 2.31pm.

The huge climb at Holme Moss, by the time time the riders have already cycled 140km, will see the caravan from around 1.12pm onwards with the riders expected to tackle the ascent from around 2.49pm onwards, depending on their pace through the rest of the stage.

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