Yorkshire hosted the 2014 Grand Départ of the Tour de France, and building on the success of that event, there is now an annual Tour de Yorkshire cycle race.
You can find highlights of past events below, and as the next race approaches, further information on areas the county council is responsible for such as road closures will be published here.
Race route 2017
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 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 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
Summary of stage one
Summary of stage two
Videos courtesy of Welcome to Yorkshire and Tour organiser ASO