The Tour De France Comes To Yorkshire - Stage 2 - Cote De Blubberhouses

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Tour De France 2014 Stage 2: Cote De Blubberhouses

Early birds staking their (rather precarious) pitches .

Tour De France Spectators Blubberhouses

Much of the road up the pass had signs saying "No Spectators" I think because it was rather steep hillside and the organisers feared falls and accidents.

So some of the best viewing positions involved climbing over walls and a bit of trespass.

Tour De France Spectators Blubberhouses

Yorkshire Tea float in the Tour De France caravan Blubberhouses

People were keen to get good views, so kept going were they weren't supposed to go. There was a constant game of cat and mouse between the spectators and marshals in the hours leading up to the riders arriving.

Spectators Tour De France Blubberhouses

The leading pack arrive.

Leading Pack Tour De France Blubberhouses

The spectators who have avoided the mars halls get the best views.

Leading Pack Tour De France Blubberhouses

Leading Pack Tour De France Blubberhouses

Spectators Tour De France Blubberhouses

The peloton arrives

Tour De France Peleton Blubberhouses

Tour De France Peleton Blubberhouses

Tour De France Peleton Blubberhouses

Tour De France Peleton Blubberhouses

Tour De France Peleton Blubberhouses

Tour De France Peleton Blubberhouses

Spectators Tour De France Blubberhouses

Spectators Tour De France Blubberhouses

Spectators Tour De France Blubberhouses

Spectators Tour De France Blubberhouses

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