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  • 1928_tdf_Frantz_Leduq

    Bikes, beer & bike racing, does it get any better?
    Blazing Saddles in Hebden Bridge is opening a bar selling quality beers and ciders both hand pumped and bottled. We’re open all the Tour De France weekend with a massive TV screen to watch the action as it happens, or if you fancy an amusing diversion we have an unrideable (for some) bike where you could win a prize…
    The shop opens as usual at 10am on Saturday morning and the bar shortly afterwards!
    Beer in a bike shop, does life get any better!!?
    Make the Yorkshire leg of the TDF a weekend to remember.
    Not into beer or cider? We have tea, coffee, cake and hotdogs too.

  • 1928_tdf_Frantz_Leduq

    Bikes, beer & bike racing, does it get any better?
    Blazing Saddles in Hebden Bridge is opening a bar selling quality beers and ciders both hand pumped and bottled. We’re open all the Tour De France weekend with a massive TV screen to watch the action as it happens, or if you fancy an amusing diversion we have an unrideable (for some) bike where you could win a prize…
    The shop opens as usual at 10am on Saturday morning and the bar shortly afterwards!
    Beer in a bike shop, does life get any better!!?
    Make the Yorkshire leg of the TDF a weekend to remember.
    Not into beer or cider? We have tea, coffee, cake and hotdogs too.

  • umbrella

    So who bought one of these? Think we may have missed a trick…The weather isn’t looking great for Sunday so pack your waterproofs and brollies or you’ll end up  hiding under your deckchair. You have got a deckchair right? Fear not though, our shop will be open for tea and cakes while you watch the crowds get rained  on, on our  big screen, and the marquee will keep you dry between the sunny spells, serving great beer, sausages and pies. See you there!

  • people001

    Help is at hand for spectators planning their journeys to and from the Tour, with new social media accounts, and additions to the popular online interactive travel map.

    A new dedicated Twitter account has been set up to share official travel advice and information for the Yorkshire Grand Départ over race weekend.

    @TdFYorksTravel will offer the latest information from bus and rail operators, plus real-time updates on traffic and travel around the route.

    The account will also issue messages on race days when the expected most popular locations on the route are becoming busy, filling up and full to capacity.

    To further help spectators plan their day, the interactive map at letouryorkshire.com/travel now includes:

    -       Live traffic information with real-time updates to make travelling spectators aware of any incidents on the roads

    -       Full journey planner functionality, including all public transport options and how best to travel from any location to any point on the route

    -       Information on all event car parking, and park & ride services to access the route and useful travel advice to access key locations

    Throughout the race weekend itself the interactive map at letouryorkshire.com/travel will reflect all the real-time traffic information, giving spectators the very latest travel advice and information. It can be accessed on smartphones, tablets and any internet-enabled computer.  Since going live, the map has received over 225,000 hits helping spectators plan their journey to their chosen part of the route.