Today the Tour de Yorkshire returned to the cobbles of Halifax and stage 4 of the race set off from the historic Piece Hall. In fairness, we didn’t get to see much of the riders themselves (not to the extent that I was able to see them in the Dordogne back in 2017 at the Tour de France) so I indulged in a spot of people watching, channeling my inner Desmond Morris and focussing the lens of my camera on the great and the good of not just the world of cycling but that of Halifax too. A fun day. Let’s hope they are back soon…
Categories: Cycling, Photography
Great photos Andrew. Some well captured expressions there. Good to catch up too.
Good to see you there too. I saw your social media posts of you bell ringing later in the day; good effort! 🙂
watched it on the telly. I rode a lot of the route on my Dahon folder a few years back on the way to CTF. totally bonkers
Yes, bonkers on a Dahon!!