Challenge yourself to walk or run the distance of one of the three Grand Départ 2014 stages, or cycle the distance of all three stages.
If you don’t want to take part by yourself, walk or run the 546km distance of all three Grand Départ 2014 stages as a group with your colleagues, friends or family.
Stage 1 of the Grand Départ 2014 is 190km. Starting in Leeds and passing through the Yorkshire Dales to Harrogtate, where will you choose to walk/run the distance of this stage?
At 201km, Stage 2 is the longest of the Grand Départ 2014 stages. With a number of climbs, will you follow in the cyclists? path and find some hills to climb as you walk/run the distance of this stage?
Stage 3 is the shortest and flattest route of the Grand Départ 2014 stages. At 155km it?s ideal for those who want challenge themselves to a slightly shorter distance to walk or run.
Whether you want to cycle the full distance of all three Grand Départ 2014 stages, or walk or run the distance with a group, at 546km this is the ultimate challenge.