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Introducing Rapha Tempest Festival 3rd - 7th July

Rapha Announce Tempest Festival: Three-Day Celebration of Road Cycling in Yorkshire

Rapha and Broughton Hall Estate present a celebration of road cycling; a weekend feast of riding, music, films and indulgence. Located in the heart of North Yorkshire on the grounds of Broughton Hall Estate, this summer festival of all things road cycling will be the ultimate destination for fans of the sport and those wishing to immerse themselves in the incredible atmosphere of the weekend. Join Rapha and select partners to party, watch, ride and enjoy this epic summer of cycling in the UK.

When: Midday 3rd July to Midday 7th July

Where: Broughton Hall Estate, near Skipton, North Yorkshire

To buy tickets visit:

Tickets are available for purchase online and are priced according to accommodation. There are four tiers to choose from: Standard Camping pitch for bringing your own tent, Rental Tents for those wishing to cycle to the event and have a pre-pitched tent (double occupancy) ready on arrival, a Vans option for camper van parking, and Luxury Camping for a large tent with double bed and shower/toilet facilities. Price points and payment options are listed on the website along with Camping Rules.

Day passes are not available. The prices are for camping on-site which includes tickets into the festival and are for three nights.

About and Details:

Rapha Tempest brings you a complete festival of road cycling, the first of its kind in the UK, with rides and racing, bespoke on-site camping, visual displays, music, food and drink, workshops, films and plenty of partying.

We'll have guided rides in the days and evenings, a mini Super Cross (cyclocross), secure 24-hour bike parking, a rider recovery zone, and an on-site Rapha Cycle Club.

For entertainment there will be live music and DJs, an open-air cinema with film screenings, and various scheduled workshops and talks, along with partner stalls and installations in the Festival Village.

Big screens will be set up for anyone wishing to watch the race. For those who bring bikes, stages are easily accessible on two wheels - stage 1 is just three miles and stage two is 9 miles away from the festival site. Walking to the first stage will be signposted for anyone who wishes to hike it (approximately 40 minutes).