Tour de Yorkshire

2019 looks set to be a brilliant year for cycling fans, with the Tour de Yorkshire in May and UCI road world championships in September.

UCI World Championships

To find out more about the world championships visit the official Yorkshire 2019 UCI Road World Championships website.

Tour de Yorkshire

North Yorkshire will once again play a significant part in the 2019 Tour de Yorkshire cycle race. It will take place between Thursday 2 May and Sunday 5 May and has been upgraded to HC status by cycling's world governing body the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI). This is the highest category possible for a multi-day race outside of the UCI World Tour.

Host towns have been announced with Bedale, Selby and Scarborough to host either a start or finish during the four-day tour. Read more about the host towns announcement

The full Tour de Yorkshire route announcement will take place on Friday 7 December.

 

You can find out more on the official Tour de Yorkshire website.

Past event highlights

Watch highlights from the Tour de Yorkshire 2017 on the official Tour de Yorkshire website.

Race route 2017

Stage one

Stage one of the event was on Friday 28 April. It started in Bridlington and ended in Scarborough, covering 173km, with 110km (63 per cent) of those in North Yorkshire. 

The route took in Norton, Malton, Amotherby, Kirby Misperton, Pickering, Sleights, Whitby, Robin Hoods Bay and Scarborough.  This map shows the route of stage one of the race in North Yorkshire (pdf / 2 MB).

Stage one recce with Adam Blythe

 

Stage two

 

Stage two of the event was on Saturday 29 April. It started in Tadcaster and ended in Harrogate, covering 123km, with 108km (88 per cent) in North Yorkshire. 

The route took in Knaresborough, Ripley, Pateley Bridge, Masham, West Tanfield, Ripon, Hampsthwaite and Harrogate.  This map shows the route of stage two of the race in North Yorkshire (pdf / 2 MB).

Stage two recce with Lucy Garner

 

Stage three

 

Stage three of the event was on Sunday 30 April. It started in Bradford and ended in Fox Valley, Sheffield, with approximately 20 per cent of the route in North Yorkshire, 38km of the full 194km. 

The route took in Bolton Abbey, Burnsall, Linton, Skipton and Kildwick.  This map shows the route of stage three of the race in North Yorkshire (pdf / 2 MB).

Stage three recce, part one with Russ Downing

Overall highlights

Women's race

Stage one

Stage two

Stage three

Summary of stage one

Summary of stage two

Videos courtesy of Welcome to Yorkshire and Tour organiser ASO