Tour De King Street 2017

 Tour de King Street 2017

Tour de King Street 2017

As the Tour De Yorkshire is setting off from wonderful Bridlington again we thought it was the right time to bring our bikers out of retirement, so on

Friday 28th April 2017 from 11am to 3pm

we are holding our second ever Tour De King Street. Tour De King Street

The event in 2015 was a great success despite the horrific weather and we are hoping that this year brings sunshine and lots more people to cheer us on and raise money for our charities. All money raised will be split between Bridlington RNLI and

The Hinge centre.

LifeboatThe Hinge Centre

If you don’t know Tour de King Street is a charity event held at our Bridlington office

(10-12 King Street)

in which members of our staff ride exercise bikes while members of the public can have a go on our tombola, buy tasty treats and cheer them on all to raise money for our chosen local charities.

There will also be an appearance from Mr Monopoly for photo opportunities with our giant Monopoly board and Bridlington Mayor Cllr. Liam Dealtry will be attending at 2.30pm to cheer our, by then very tired, bikers on.

See our Facebook page for more information

www.facebook.com/Tourdekingstreet

TDY

Tour De Yorkshire timings for your information
11am                           Heading down to the start stop by King Street for

                                     Tour de King Street Charity Event
12.35                           Ceremonial Start on South Marine Drive Bridlington 
Ongoing until 3pm  Head back to King Street after cheering on the official riders 
12.45                           Official start on the A614 Bridlington 
12.46                           Bessingby 
12.47                           Carnaby 
12.50                           Haisthorpe

continuing to Scarborough

For your information please note that due to the Tour De Yorkshire Kingston Road/ South Marine Drive Bridlington from Cardigan Road to & including Pembroke Terrace will be closed from 6pm on Thursday 27th April to 6pm on Friday 28th April.
Rolling road closures will take place for the rest of the route

See the stage one route here
http://letour.yorkshire.com/stage-1/map

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