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This is one of a growing set of coasters designed to celebrate the Tour de France coming to Yorkshire this July. Each coaster depicts cyclists racing through Yorkshire scenery. . Cragg Vale is famous as the longest continuous incline in England and is a road I cycle up most weekends so dear to my heart. The image depicts the two pubs on route, and the record winning bunting the residents put up for the event.
The designs are a combination of hand drawing and computer work and all my own.
Each coaster is made from glass and 3.5 square. The designs are fused in to the coasters and can't be scratched off. Each coaster has tiny 'bumpon' feet to protect your surfaces.
The coasters are also available as a set of four for £35.00
As a keen cyclist who has cycled many of the Tour de France cols and much of the Yorkshire route I was very excited about the Tour coming to Yorkshire next year. It passed very close to our house and I was on the side lines waving. What an amazing day!
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