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Official Spectator Grand Depart Hubs Stage One
Thousands of people will watch the Tour de France at free spectator hubs, find your closest one here.
The location of the official spectator hubs have been released for the first two stages of the Tour de France in Yorkshire.
The free admission hubs will provide family-friendly venues to watch the race featuring big screens, refreshments, and a range of entertainment.
The hubs announced for Stage One include the following locations:
1) The Headrow, Leeds (Race Start Stage 1): 5 July - 25,000 capacity
2) Scott Hall Playing Fields : 5 July - 10,000 capacity
3) Otley Town Centre : 5 July - 15,000 capacity
4) Riverside Gardens : 3-6 July - 13,000 capacity
5) Skipton High Street : 5 July - 12,000 capacity
6) Aysgarth National Park Centre: 5 July – 1,500 capacity.
7) Grassington National Park Centre : 5 July - 2,000 capacity
8) Hawes National Park Visitor Centre : 5 July - 3,000 capacity
9) Leyburn Market Place : 5 July - 10,000 capacity
10)Ripon Market Place & Racecourse : 5 & 6 July – 10,000 capacity.
11) West Park (Race End Stage 1): 3-6 July - 15,000 capacity
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