Tour de France route

The route of next year's Tour de France which starts in Yorkshire will be revealed in Paris today.

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Stage 1: Tour De France in detail

The 2014 Tour De France will depart from Millennium Square in Leeds on July 5.

The 190km route will take the world's best cyclists through the city centre to Harewood, then west, out of the city, through Otley and Ilkley, to Skipton.

The riders will then head north to Hawes, in the heart of the North Yorkshire Dales.

Once peaking at Reeth, the route goes south-east to Leyburn then Ripon, before moving south to the final sprint onto Parliament Street in Harrogate.

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Stage 2: Tour De France in detail

The second stage of the 2014 Tour De France will depart from York Racecourse on July 6.

The 200km route will head north, through the city, going past the Grand Opera House before turning west along the A59 Roman Road.

After passing Knaresborough, the riders will pass north of Harrogate, onto Bolton Abbey, then turning south to Keighley, Haworth and Hebden Bridge.

Cyclists will then pass through Huddersfield and Holmfirth, then tackle the climb of Holme Moss, which has become a staple of cycle races in Yorkshire.

After passing through the Peak District National Park, the race heads south-east towards Hillsborough.

The race will finish in Sheffield, although the final finish point is yet to be revealed.

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