Viewing points for disabled spectators

There are 2 areas reserved for disabled spectators / wheelchair users.  Spaces are limited so please contact to book your place.

The map shows where the viewing points are located; one is at the entrance to Bedale Hall park, just off the car park.  Access is from North End on a tarmac surface, there is no space for parking cars.

The other is on Aiskew Bank on private land, but it gives a good view of the race as it comes over the railway crossing and up the Bank.  The surface is gravel, but wheelchairs could be unloaded very close to where they would stay to watch the race.  Some parking will be available behind the farmhouse.

There is parking for blue badge holders in a small private car park on Bridge Street.

The ‘caravan’ comes through Bedale at about 11.25am and the race at 2pm.

Coming up


Tour de Yorkshire – Bedale hosts the finish of stage 1 of the women’s race and stage 2 of the men’s race on 3 May. The actual finish will be near to the pedestrian crossing after a sprint from Burneston.  More details to follow as plans develop. 19 April Middleham Stables Open Day  16 April-14 July Himalayan […]

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