A fan's guide to the Yorkshire World Championships: where to ride, watch, stay, eat

We've collected all the expert knowledge on the best places to ride and designed for routes for you to ride and then pull up and watch the action

Stage one of the Tour de Yorkshire 2016 (Matthew Lloyd/Getty)

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It's rare that the World Championships comes to our doorstep in the UK so it's time to make the most of it.

"There are usually 50 club members who go to Majorca in September but we're all staying home to watch the races and go riding all week," Jill Birch of Otley CC reveals.

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