The OVO Tour of Britain returns to Cumbria on the 10th of September, with the fourth stage beginning in Gateshead and ending in Kendal. With the eyes of cycling enthusiasts on the county this is a fantastic opportunity to showcase your business as cycle friendly to those looking to book their next stay. The links below are packed with useful information and advice on the tour to help you make the most of this opportunity.

OVO Tour of Britain Website

Print-ready files of stage poster available to download

Cumbria and the Lake District Cycle Tourism Toolkit

You can also get involved with the 2019 OVO Tour of Britain Land Art Competition on their website – learn more about the 2018 competition HERE.

 

Road Closures

There will be rolling road closures between 12:00pm and 14:00pm in the area, please see details below or contact Cumbria County Council for futher information.

A683 Rawthey Bridge, near Kirkby Stephen – From its junction with the U3416 Rawthey Bridge extending in a north easterly direction for approx. 10.2km to its junction with the A685.

A685, Kirkby Stephen – from its junction with the A683 extending in a north easterly direction for approx. 4.1km to its junction with the B6259 Appleby Road.

B6259 Appleby Road, Kirkby Stephen – from its junction with the A685 extending in an overall northerly direction for approx. 4.5km to its junction with the C3077, Musgrave Lane

C3077, Musgrave Lane, Great Musgrave – from its junction with the B6259 extending in a north easterly direction for approx. 3.6km to its junction with the B6276, High Street, Brough.

B6276, High Street, Brough – from its junction with the C3077 extending in a north easterly direction for approx. 7.5km.

For further information

Contact The PR Team on
01539 822222 or pressoffice@cumbriatourism.org