Stage four of the Tour of Britain will visit North Yorkshire on Wednesday 7 September.

The Tour of Britain is a multi-stage cycling race taking place between Sunday 4 and Sunday 11 September 2022. Stage four, on Wednesday 7 September, will see the race return to North Yorkshire for the first time in 13 years.

Stage four is 152km long beginning in Redcar and will end in Duncombe Park near Helmsley.

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Road closures

Roads closure will be in place for this event. We will update this page with more details as soon as possible.

Tour of Britain stage four route

Stage four we begin in Redcar and travel along the coast passing through Whitby and Robin Hoods Bay before turning inland and heading into the North York Moors National Park. The final 30 kilometres of stage feature the climbs of Carlton Bank (2km long, 9.8% average gradient) and Newgate Bank (2km long, 6% average gradient) before descending into Duncombe Park.

Tour of Britain National land art competition

The land art competition is a fantastic way for community groups, schools, businesses and landowners along the route to get involved in the race.

The tradition of creating land art along the route has long been the practice at the Tour of Britain, as well as other cycle races around the world.

The winning entry will be decided after the race by a panel comprising Mr Bennett, members of the ITV4 broadcast team and staff from SweetSpot. The winners will be presented with a trophy, and two runners-up will also be announced.

Each piece of land art also has the chance to be featured on TV coverage shown in more than 150 countries worldwide.

Find out more and enter the Tour of Britain land Art Competition.

Businesses, school and cycling clubs

There are lots of way that businesses, school and cycling clubs can get involved in the Tour of Britain.