Hold onto your helmets – the ‘Tour de Yorkshire’ is taking place from 29 April to 1 May. Competitors will begin their race to the finish line from Beverley to Scarborough over three days.
Follow the teams from all over the world on each stage of their route; they begin on 29 April in Beverley cycling past the rural towns of Market Weighton and Grassington, and through the Knaresborough before sprinting over Pateley Bridge to the finish line in Settle, where the winner will be awarded the leader’s jersey.
Day two is a day for the sprinters to come into their own; watch the riders zoom through from the thriving market town of Otley and onto Pontefract. Cheer on the riders as they enter Wentbridge and pedal through Tickhill before reaching Doncaster.
The final challenging stage, on 1 May, will begin in Middlesbrough in the heart of Teesside, and from there the riders will cycle onwards to the picturesque Sutton Bank and continue making their way North through Whitby before sprinting along the Scarborough seafront to the finish line.
VisitEngland would like to invite you to take part in a short survey about our website.
It should take no more than a couple of minutes.