Emma Fraiser, from Leeds, says: "My daughter, Skye, and her pet lamb, Ruby, will be cheering the bikers on… along with all our chickens!"
Sophie Tams writes: "At Wheldrake with Thorganby CE school, the children and teachers have been busy preparing for today’s race.
"The children have collected milk bottles and created a bike land art on the school field. This has helped to raise plastic recycling awareness with our families."
Leanne Broadhead writes: "My grandmother, in Royston in Barnsley, is 78 years old. She has three children, five grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren!
"She has really got into the spirit of the Tour de Yorkshire by decorating the outside of her house ready for the big day. This includes loads of bunting that she obtained from the local council and she has shared this out with her neighbours as well.
Leanne continues: "My grandmother also has hand-knitted bunting from the local knit-and-natter group.
"She has had an old bike spray-painted in the Tour de Yorkshire colours and she even had two old garden benches spray painted to match!"
Jamie-Leigh Speck sent pictures of his house in Pontefract. "Lovely bunting donated by Pontefract Civic Society.
"Local volunteers have really gone all out this year, and the route through Pontefract looks amazing! Lots of lovingly-made bunting and bikes all the along the way."
Rachel Earnshaw sent pictures of Sutton-upon-Derwent, in East Yorkshire.
Meanwhile, Sally Johnston sent this picture of 'On Ya Bike!' wording in Goole.
Amanda Andrews sent pictures of the nursery class's work at Howden Infant School.
Kerry Gough has decorated her floristry shop, in Doncaster, for the occasion.
Sarah Shaw has produced a Tour de Yorkshire themed display at the Tia Greyhound charity shop in Askem, Doncaster.
Meanwhile various pubs have been getting in on the act, laying out bunting and Yorkshire flags for the Tour.