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The 2014 Tour De France navigates it's way through York passing Bettys Tea Rooms and the Mansion House.
The peloton rides up Main Street as stage two of the Tour de France passes through Haworth, Yorkshire.
A young cycling fan before the start of stage 2.
Yellow jersey wearer Marcel Kittel, Team Giant-Shimano before the start of stage 2.
Thousands watch as stage one of the Tour de France passes through the village of Reeth.
Crowds in Leeds.
The peloton passes over the Grinton Moor, Yorkshire.
The peloton rides over a bridge on the Grinton Moor, Yorkshire.
Mark Cavendish leads the Grand Depart.
Prince Harry and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge walk along the street to celebrate the start of the Tour de France in Yorkshire at West Tanfield.
Riders at the start of the stage.
Cycling enthusiasts dressed as onion sellers ahead of stage one of the Tour de France.
From Alpacas to churches - Yorkshire has been gripped by yellow fever as it plays host to the Tour de France's Grand Depart this weekend.
This vintage bicycle is riding high once more in Burley in Wharfedale.
Weary Stage 1 riders between Leeds and Harrogate may think they're hallucinating in the village of North Stainley.
Even Leyburn Church has a new icon.
If you're not sure how to tell a Frenchman from a Yorkshireman, here's a helpful hint.
2012 Tour de France winner Sir Bradley Wiginns is a real inspiration, despite his absence this year.
Sid's Cafe in Holmfirth - famous as a setting in Last of the Summer Wine, has received a Tour de France polka dot jersey-style makeover.
Yellow fever has gripped Yorkshire.
A man sunbathes next to 'La Grande Famille' a life-sized family of cyclists made of willow on steel armatures by the artist Carole Beavis in Huddersfield.
100 scouts and guides have constructed a 7.5m high (plus flagpole) replica of the Eiffel Tower at Burley in Wharfedale.
Gordon Peacock gets ready in the village of Muker.
A rather friendly looking sunflower scarecrow channels the Tour de France sprit.
Five times Tour de France winner, Bernard Hinault visits La Vengeance Des Semi, a temporary French-style farm outside Huddersfield train station.
Commuters are transported to rural France via the farm which sprung up overnight.