The route for the UK leg of next year's Tour de France has been unveiled in Paris.
The 101st Tour de France starts on July 5 from Leeds, travelling through the Yorkshire Dales and back to Harrogate in North Yorkshire, where the first yellow jersey will be awarded.
Day two sees the riders leave York for Sheffield, with day three being in the Cambridge area.
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