One rider will win height in beer at Tour de Yorkshire

One rider will win height in beer at Tour de Yorkshire

Joe Robinson 7 Mar 2018 Black Sheep Brewery offers height in beer to first rider to pass sprint point on Stage 4 to Leeds Riders heading to the Tour de Yorkshire in May have been given extra motivation to get into the day's break on Stage 4 from Halifax to Leeds. That's because Black Sheep Beer, recently announced as the official brewery of the race, will be giving the first rider through the Black Sheep straight on Stage 4 his height in beer. The sprint point will come 67.5km into the stage on Thorpe Road, Masham, and comes after three classified climbs earlier in the day. That, and the fact that it comes with more than 120km still to ride, makes it highly likely that the bottles of beer will be snapped up by the breakaway. This%u2019ll be of interest to the peloton... the first rider through the Black Sheep ...

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