Tourism boss gets special bike from Bradford cycle firm

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Paul and Sandra Corcoran, of Pennine Cycles, with elcome To Yorkshire chief executive Gary Verity and the Tour de France bike Paul and Sandra Corcoran, of Pennine Cycles, with elcome To Yorkshire chief executive Gary Verity and the Tour de France bike

A Bradford cycling firm has produced a special bike to celebrate the 2014 Tour de France coming to Yorkshire.

The bespoke cycle includes unique features and the frame is coloured yellow, green, white and polka dot to tie in with the leaders’ jerseys in the world-famous race.

The bike – the creation of Pennine Cycles, run by Paul and Sandra Corcoran – is being loaned to Welcome To Yorkshire chief executive Gary Verity (pictured above with Mr & Mrs Corcoran), who will use it in the run up to the Grand Depart.

Mr Corcoran, of Cullingworth, said: “The bike is a celebration of the Grand Depart coming to Yorkshire and it’s an honour that Gary wanted to ride one of our cycles – we are sure it will make riding a pleasure for him.”

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