Tour de Yorkshire

Bridlington to
Scarborough
173KM

Stage 1

Friday
28th April
2017

Bridlington to
Scarborough
173KM

Stage One gets underway outside Bridlington Spa and heads into Pocklington. The classified climbs up the Côte de Garrowby Hill and Côte de Goathland will get the legs pumping before the race hits the coastline again at Whitby. The route continues on to Robin Hood’s Bay for the third and final climb and then it’s full steam into Scarborough for the now-legendary finish along North Bay.

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Tadcaster to
Harrogate
122.5KM

Women's Race

Saturday
29th April
2017

Tadcaster to
Harrogate
122.5KM

The Asda Women’s Tour de Yorkshire race starts in Tadcaster. The action commences on the newly-reopened Tadcaster Bridge and heads to Knaresborough where there's the 1st intermediate sprint. The sole categorised climb comes at the Côte de Lofthouse and then it’s on to Ripon. The race will skirt Fountains Abbey before a fast approach to Harrogate.

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Tadcaster to
Harrogate
122.5KM

Stage 2

Saturday
29th April
2017

Tadcaster to
Harrogate
122.5KM

Stage Two starts in Tadcaster. The action commences on the newly-reopened Tadcaster Bridge and heads to Knaresborough where there's the 1st intermediate sprint. The sole categorised climb comes at the Côte de Lofthouse and then it’s on to Ripon. The race will skirt Fountains Abbey before a fast approach to Harrogate.

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Bradford to
Fox Valley, Sheffield
194.5KM

Stage 3

Sunday
30th April
2017

Bradford to
Fox Valley, Sheffield
194.5KM

Stage Three sees riders roll out of City Park in Bradford and take in Salts Mill. The action then passes through the Dales and hits the first of eight categorised climbs on the Côte de Silsden. An ascent up Haworth’s picturesque main street comes ahead of the infamous, cobbled Côte de Shibden Wall, before the riders embark on a torturous 22km finish that features four climbs before the race reaches its climax at Fox Valley.

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