A TOUR de Yorkshire roadshow for people to find out how to make the best of this year’s cycle races is due to take place in Kettlewell on Tuesday, February 6.

The roadshow - one of many to be held in the next few weeks - will give details of the route and provide residents, businesses and community groups with all the information they need to embrace the fourth edition of the race.

Stage Four of the race, on May 6, will pass through Skipton, Barden Moor, Kilnsey and Kettlewell and up the Cote de Park Rash towards Masham.

Welcome to Yorkshire is joining forces with local authorities to run the shows at a variety of venues along the route when information will be shared on how to get involved, build excitement and maximise the benefits of worldwide media coverage when the event takes place.

Details on road closures, the annual sportive and Welcome to Yorkshire’s various cycling legacy projects will be discussed, along with ways people can become official tour makers or take part in the ever popular best dressed and land art competitions.

Marketing, website and social media tips will also be provided, as well as ways businesses can embrace the huge influx of visitors that come to watch the action.

Welcome to Yorkshire Chief Executive Sir Gary Verity said the races were recognised as some of the best supported events in the world. “We run these roadshows to share information about how the races work and to encourage people to show off their community to a global TV audience of almost 10 million people,” he said.

The Kettlewell roadshow , on February 6, will take place in the village hall. Registration from 5pm and the event will start at 5.30pm . To find out more, including more roadshows, visit: letouryorkshire.com/information/roadshows