Stage four of the Tour of Britain takes place on 7 September 2022 and finished in Helmsley, Ryedale.
The fourth stage starts in the seaside town of Redcar and finished at Duncombe Park in Helmsley, promising to be a must-watch day of racing.
It will be the first time the borough of Redcar and Cleveland has hosted the Tour of Britain, while the Ryedale finish marks the race’s return to North Yorkshire for the first time in 13 years. Seaside towns such as Saltburn-by-the-Sea and Whitby will be raced through before the route heads into the North York Moors National Park. The unforgiving final 30 kilometres of this 150-kilometre stage feature the climbs of Carlton Bank and Newgate Bank before descending into the finish at Duncombe Park.
Please note: Stage routes are provisional and will be finalised in July.
North Yorkshire’s communities are well known for their wholehearted embrace of major cycling events, from the Tour de France Grand Départ to the Tour de Yorkshire and UCI Road World Championships, so large crowds are anticipated for this stage.
Tour of Britain road closures
Roads closure will be in place for this event. The vast majority of road closures will be managed using rolling closures, where the roads will closed for between 30 and 45 minutes to allow the race to pass safely.
|Location||Race estimated time of arrival||Estimated road closure|
|Helmsley Town Centre||2:55pm to 3:40pm||2:30pm to 4pm (Access to the Estate for designated vehicles only. Spectator and visitor access to Duncombe Park will be signed via Nelson Gate.)|
|Finish Line||2:55pm to 3:40pm||5am to 8pm (Access to the Estate for designated vehicles only. Spectator and visitor access to Duncombe Park will be signed via Nelson Gate.)|
Full details of the Tour of Britain can be found on the North Yorkshire County Council website.
More details will be published on this page closer to the day.