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Four wheels move the Body, Two wheels move the Soul.

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    And Hebden Bridge has one of them!

    The Hebden Bridge Grand Départ Official Spectator Hub is located at Calder Holmes Park. Capacity is 5000!

    With 17 locations announced for Grand Départ Spectator Hubs across Stages One and Two, and with more to follow, they will provide a perfect race experience for everyone from the smallest hubs, holding 1500 people, to the largest with room for more than 15,000.

    The locations and details of the Official Hubs can be found here, and with big screens, refreshments, toilet facilities, entertainment and activities they are likely to prove popular with both residents and visitors alike.

    Expect live music, big screens, entertainment, community based art and theatre events, local stores and produce,  and a special Hebden Bridge party atmosphere! Where will you be?


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    New Tour T-shirts now in stock but they’re selling fast. Great souvenir of Le Tour and a cool cycling jersey too from Altura’s range of  Technical Bikewear.  Currently available in all sizes from XS to XXL but limited stock – when they’re gone they’re gone folks..

    Price £45


    Grand Départ short sleeve jersey with technical properties. Looks great on the road, trail or in the cafe.

    • Technical Specification:
    • High wicking and quick drying fabric
    • 3 generous rear pockets for maximum storage
    • Reflective strip for safety
    • Silicone hem gripper to maintain the jersey in its position

    Chest sizing guide for welcome to Yorkshire jerseys. (Sizes in inches)














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    Happy Easter Everyone! Hope you’re enjoying the beautiful sunshine and getting out riding. Our Easter opening times are as follows:

    Good Friday:  Open all day 10-5.30
    Easter Saturday: Open all day 10-5.30
    Easter Sunday: Closed all day
    Easter Monday: Open all day 10-5.30

    And don’t forget the Pace Egg Play is on in Hebden today – come down from 11am onwards for the fun!

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    New helmet design

    Now in stock – the Kranium Cardboard Helmet – a cardboard constructed helmet designed by Royal College of Art industrial design student Anirudha Surabhi. Research into why woodpeckers don’t get concussion revealed the bird’s unique corrugated cartilage structure which spreads the impact force and therefore protects the brain. The designer was struck by the woodpecker’s ability to withstand repeated heavy impact and decided to use the concept as a basis for a new helmet design.

    • Absorbs 3x the amount of impact compared to a regular polystyrene helmet
    • Waterproof
    • Sustainable – Think Green!  – the Abus Kranium is made from recycled materials
    • Lightweight – 15% lighter than typical polystyrene or EPS helmets

    For all the technical details, and to look at the ideas behind the design, check out the video.