This film features Stage 1 of the Tour de Yorkshire ® 2015 route:
PART 1: Starting on Bridlington Prom the route climbs gently NE towards Flamborough. Then heads NW, briefly joins the A165 then left through Hunmanby, a good climb out and sharp drop down to the A1039. Turning right through picturesque Folkton then flat into Cayton and Eastfield, Seamer and East Ayton. Heading North West into the North York Moors National Park and the climb up the Cote de Dalby Forest (219m) on the smooth roads of Dalby Forest Drive! Take care on the fast descent, smooth and flowing with a few tight hairpins! Leave Dalby and turning left down to Thornton-le-Dale. Right onto the A170 and then level through the historic market town of Pickering and right through
Welton and a steady climb towards Rosedale Abbey. Distance so far 90.8 kms.
PART 2: Next, the Cote de Rosedale Abbey, a long, long slog up to the top at 418 metres then turning right for what must be one of the best views in England! A long, long descent towards Castleton, dropping almost 300 metres. Then it’s steep climbs and descents all the way through Danby and Glaisdale. The steepest climb next, up Limber Hill, over the tops to Egton and down to start the Cote de Grosmont (107m). Undulating along the valley side to Sleights and once you’re over the Esk the Cote de Briggswath starts (94m) then the road drops down to sea level in Whitby and climbs out the other side, along the tops and down into Robin Hood’s Bay. The 1.5 km Cote de Robin Hood’s bay comes next (213m) then sweeping fast roads over the moors before the final descent, round Scarborough and the finish at the far end of Marine Drive. Total distance 177.65 kms. Total Climb 2817 metres.
This film, whilst accurate, is an unofficial guide and is not affiliated with the Tour de Yorkshire.
Running time: 4 Hours 24 Minutes
Download available in full HD. CycleRecon DVDs are converted to Widescreen DVD format and will play worldwide. They are filmed from Cyclists point of view at Pro-rider speeds on a gyro-stabilised motorcycle filming rig. They feature a high energy music track and no commentary.