TDF start at York races
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Psyching up spectators
The build up to the TDF
Leeds was busy for the Grand Depart
The Yorkshire crowds
J M Bainy
A mobile rainbow
It brought the merry city together
Being interpreter for the team
Sat in the grand stand opposite Leeds Town Hall
Cycling the empty roads of Harrogate
Meeting the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
TDF in Leeds
Grand Depart in Reeth
Day 2 2014
TDF in Holmfirth
TDF in Ripponden
Watching the Tour rolling on by
Watching Le Tour!
Jens Voigt was first to the top
Everyone was devastated as our British hope failed to finish in his mum's hometown of Harrogate.
I was letting the crowd know when to expect the peloton
Seeing the cyclists parade around Wakefield full of supporters
Well done Yorkshire!!
I felt like royalty!
Being cheered by everyone on our return to Keighley!
The high fives and Mexican waves
Armstrong's first victory after illness
2012 Wiggins win
Visiting the Buttertubs where people were sounding cow bells
Froome breaking away on Mont Ventoux
I never got to see Hinault
I was a Tour Maker for the Tour de France
Seeing the cyclists
Le Tour in Otley
Tour de France 1968
Le Grand Depart
Dream come true
I have watched and visited the Tour de France
Tour de France
Tour de France in Yorkshire
Le Tour in Hebdon Bridge
Cyclists whizzing past in Harrogate
First British win
Cyclists over Holme Moss
F S Harrison
Tour De France
The town has come to life!
Writer and broadcaster Graeme Fife was asked for his favourite memory of cycling and this is it
'I don't know why I keep saying I'm from Kilburn'
Back in the 1990s you didn't see many Tour de France Yellow Jersey winners in the middle of Leeds,
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