Title:Cycling: Kellog's Tour Of Britain 1990 York - Manchester (125M)
Date:5th August 1990
Summary:THE FINAL DAY. THE RIDERS TRAVELLED FROM NEWCASTLE TO YORK LAST NIGHT BY TRAIN. TODAY THE JOURNEY WILL NOT BE SO EASY. THIS WILL BE A REAL STING IN THE TAIL TO THIS TOUR. TODAY THE ANGELS OF THE MOUNTAINS MUST FLY AS THE RACE WINDS THROUGH, UP AND OVER THE HILLS OF YORKSHIRE BEFORE THE ULTIMATE CLIMB OF HOLME MOSS CROSSING THE PENNINES. FOR THOSE THAT SURVIVE THIS CLIMB, NERVES OF STEEL ARE ESSENTIAL FOR THE DESCENT INTO MANCHESTER WHRE THE RIDERS WILL REACH SPEEDS IN EXCESS OF 60MPH. A FAST FINISH TO A GREAT RACE.
Description:Daily coverage of the 5-day tour which has now become an established event in the cycling world calendar.