News - 07/12 - 13:00

Full route for 2019 Tour de Yorkshire announced

STAGE ONE: 178.5km – THE HERITAGE STAGE – DONCASTER TO SELBY Thursday 2 May
The men’s race will start in Doncaster before heading towards Beverley. On the way the riders will pass Cowick Hall and Howden Minster, and the first intermediate sprint will be contested in Elloughton before the peloton sweeps into Beverley. Not long after they will reach the Yorkshire...

The stage film - 06/05 - 18:58 [GMT + 1]

Rossetto and Van Avermaet, heroes of the day

After taking off early in the race among a group of breakaway riders, Stéphane Rossetto made the best of the numerous climbs on this final day to power away on his own and claim an outstanding win in Leeds after a 117-km solo break. Greg Van Avermaet conquers the overall victory after claiming second spot of the stage while former leader Magnus Cort Nielsen was dropped....

The stage film - 05/05 - 18:28 [GMT + 1]

Walscheid triumphs in Scarborough, Cort Nielsen remains in blue

A spectacular stage under the Yorkshire sun and in front of impressive crowds saw Maximilian Walscheid sprint to victory by the sea in Scarborough. The German made the best of the hard work of his Sunweb team who chased all breakaway attempts and perfectly launched their sprinter on the final straight. Walscheid eventually beat Cort Nielsen and Aberasturi to the line to claim...

The stage film - 04/05 - 20:50 [GMT + 1]

Cort Nielsen, king of the Cow and Calf

On the first ever mountain top finish of the Tour de Yorkshire, Magnus Cort Nielsen conquered an impressive stage 2 victory at the top of Cow and Calf in Ilkley. The Dane from the Astana team managed to outsprint race favourite Greg Van Avermaet to the line while Prades finished third. Thanks to his win, 25-year-old Cort Nielsen claims the overall leader’s blue jersey with...

The stage film - 03/05 - 19:37 [GMT + 1]

Yorkshire fairytale

While many were expecting a bunched sprint on the final straight in Doncaster, Yorkshireman Harry Tanfield surprised the field by claiming stage 1 victory after a long breakaway alongside several other riders. The Canyon-Eisberg rider and his 4 surviving companions managed to stay clear of the hungry pack. Tanfield eventually outsprinted Alistair Slater and Michael Cuming to...

News - 30/04 - 15:02

The pride of Yorkshire

“We are thrilled to be hosting the fourth edition of the Tour de Yorkshire – a race which is now considered one of cycling’s most dramatic and best supported events. Seeing it develop as a legacy of the 2014 Grand Départ is one of our team’s proudest achievements, it still gives me goosebumps whenever I see masses of cycling fans lining our county’s...

News - 27/04 - 14:46

Cavendish is back

Mark Cavendish has chosen to bounce back in Yorkshire! After a heavy fall which has kept him away from the pack since Milan-San Remo, the currently active rider with the most Tour de France stage wins has programmed his return to competition in Yorkshire, the very same place where he experienced...

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