Celebrating the Tour de Yorkshire - we did it our way

Completing the Tour de Winston Solicitors - the Orchard View Route

With the Tour de Yorkshire passing through our town we had to celebrate all things cycling. Yes, it was 'just for fun' that we held the Tour de Winston Solicitors - the Orchard View route.

14 members of staff from Winston Solicitors leapt onto the saddle in a bid to match the Tour de Yorkshire's medium route. With a target of 78.6km the team achieved great personal lengths of 12.9km through to 3.7km. Fortunately, the weather stayed almost dry, the sun stayed almost out and the lycra was almost at a minimum.

Fun was had by all and we were delighted to welcome the cycling race to our beautiful county.

Winston Solicitors welcome the Tour de YorkshireJonathan Winston takes on the Tour de Winston SolicitorsLeasa Foster gives a wave during her lap of the Orchard View routeSidraa Razaq gives the Tour de Yorkshire a thumbs upJoe Rawnsley makes takes up the saddle from the conveyancing teamAll those early gym visits for Jonny have paid offJulie finding out that cycling is no walk in the park Employment Solicitor Paul Grindley knows how important it is to be seen when you're cyclingAlways wear a helmet when you're on your bikeAishah Yasin staying cool in the saddle for the Tour de Winston SolicitorsThe alternative Tour de Yorkshire - the Tour de Winston Solicitors the Orchard View RouteCamilla takes her place for the Tour de Winston Solicitors the Orchard View RouteEnjoying some time out with a relaxing cycle Maciej shows his cycling skills Jonathan Perry proves it's good to take a breakHoward Cohen brings it home with the final relay of the day

The Tour de Winston Solicitors the Orchard View Route was held at our Roundhay office. Please call our team on 0113 320 5000 if you'd like to make an appointment to see one of our legal advisors. No lycra included!

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