On your marks, get set…. Go! As Guisborough hosts the first leg of the 2021 Tour Series, Britain’s leading circuit race on Sunday 8th August 2021.
The Tour Series will bring fun, fast and free cycling, featuring the UK’s elite teams of male and female riders racing through the streets of Guisborough Town Centre as they compete against each other to become the overall champions of the 2021 Tour Series.
Promising to be an action-packed, adrenaline-fuelled event for the whole family, it’s not to be missed. The day will kick off with free entertainment and activities around the Guisborough Town Centre, including live music from Back Chat Brass, street performances by Matt Pang and his Happy Heart Bike, Rainbow Stilt Walkers by Upper Level and plenty of sports, cycling activities and workshops ahead of the races…..and don’t forget to call into Guisborough Museum, a charming Olde Worlde Town Museum packed with memorabilia and exhibitions of past times open 10am till 2pm.
As a number of roads in and around Guisborough Town Centre will be closed for this event, we have popped together everything you need to know in advance of your visit here.
Below is the days full line up:
Sunday 8th August – Tour Series Stage 1 Guisborough
|12pm – 5pm
12pm – 6pm*
Dr Bike Workshops
|12pm – 6pm||Everyone Active – Soft Archery
Everyone Active – Soft Sports
Gisborough Priory Project Display and stalls
|12pm – 12.30pm||Human Statue||The Cobbles outside Gisborough Priory|
|12pm – 12.30pm||Rainbow Stilt walkers||Chaloner Street & Westgate area|
|12:15pm – 12.45pm
|Back Chat Brass||Cycle Straight and Chaloner Street|
|12:30pm – 1pm||Happy Heart Bike||Priory Close and surrounding area|
|1pm – 7pm||North Yorkshire Moors Birds of Prey||Sunnyfield House, Westgate|
|1pm – 6pm||Guisborough Town Mayor’s Charities Tombola||Sunnyfield House, Westgate|
|1:30pm – 2pm||Rainbow Stilt walkers||Priory Close and surrounding Area|
|1:30pm – 2pm||Human Statue||The Cobbles outside Gisborough Priory|
|2pm – 2:30pm||Back Chat Brass||The Cobbles outside Gisborough Priory|
|2pm – 2:30pm||Happy Heart Bike||Chaloner Street & Westgate area|
|3pm||Women’s Tour Series Race Start||Westgate|
|3pm – 3:30pm||Rainbow Stilt walkers||Chaloner Street & Westgate area|
|3pm – 3:30pm||Human Statue||The Cobbles outside Gisborough Priory|
|3:30pm – 4pm||Back Chat Brass||Priory Close and surrounding area|
|3:30pm – 4pm||Happy Heart Bike||Chaloner Street & Westgate area|
|3.45pm||Women’s Tour Series Race Finish||Westgate|
|3.50pm||Women’s Presentation||The Podium|
|4.30pm||Men’s Tour Series Race Start||Westgate|
|5.45pm||Men’s Tour Series Race Finish||Westgate|
|5.50pm||Men’s Presentation||The Podium|
|6:15pm – 6:45pm||Back Chat Brass||The Podium|
Please note this schedule was correct at time of upload. Follow us on Facebook for any last minute changes.
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