Tour de France in Yorkshire: key facts
Each rider in the Tour de France burns between 6,000 to 9,000 calories a day, burning almost 124,000 over the course of the 21-day face.
If they're cycling at 60 rpm, they'll use their pedals 324,000 times in three weeks.
Around 13,000 French military police officers are stationed along the route of the race.
Each rider wears out around three bikes chains over the three weeks and 792 tyres.
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In 1919, just 10 riders finished out of the 69 cyclists who started the course.
Around 15 million spectators line the route with threre billion watching the race on TV.
Cycling teams use 42,000 water bottles as they cover the 3,653.6km distance.
More than 180 countries around the world broadcast the Tour de France and spectators travel 130km to see a stage, spending six hours at the side of the road. Around 30 per cent of spectators are weomen.
The Tour last visited England in 2007, racing from London to Kent, and more than two million turned out to watch over two days.
It generated an estimated £88m for the south-east economy, with £35m of media coverage for the area.
Yorkshire's Brian Robinson was the first Brit to win stage of Tour de France in 1958
Bradley Wiggins became the first British rider to win the Tour de France in 2012