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Tour de Yorkshire 2018
Lizzie Deignan, photo courtesy of Welcome to Yorkshire
The Tour de Yorkshire 2018 is four days, from 3rd
to 6th May 2018. See route guides to the stages.
Tour de Yorkshire 2018: news
6th December 2017
Tour de Yorkshire 2018 route announcement,
The route of the Tour de Yorkshire 2018
(3rd to 6th May 2018), was announced at the
Piece Hall in Halifax by Sir Gary Verity on
5th December 2017. Mark Cavendish was among
those in attendance. Read about the
announcement of the four
stages of the 2018 Tour de Yorkshire.
28th September 2017
Crowds watching the Tour de Yorkshire, by
Sir Gary Verity of Welcome to Yorkshire
today announced the eight start and finish
towns for the Tour de Yorkshire 2018. They
include Ilkley, Barnsley, and Beverley. The
route will be announced in December.
Read about the Tour
de Yorkshire host towns announced.
Tour de Yorkshire 2018: route guides
Stage 1 of the 2018 Tour de Yorkshire is 182km from Beverley to Doncaster. There's a 16km loop via Hornsea at the start, with the riders coming back to Beverley, then heading for the Yorkshire Wolds. The intermediate sprints are at Pocklington and Howden, and the stage is likely to end in a bunch sprint in Doncaster.
Read more about Stage 1, Tour de Yorkshire 2018.
Tour de Yorkshire peloton, by SWPix.com
Routes and results from the three stages of the 2017 Tour de Yorkshire.
The first details about the 2019 UCI World Championship in
are emerging. All the races will finish in Harrogate, with starts in
different places in Yorkshire. The Tour de Yorkshire editions between
now and 2019 will be dress rehearsals for the World Championships.
Scarborough is likely to feature heavily in the Tour de Yorkshire and
the 2019 event.
Read about the UCI
World Championships 2019 in Yorkshire.