The Tour de Yorkshire 2016 starts on Friday 29th April in Beverley and ends on Sunday 1st May in Scarborough.
Over three stages the race covers 515.5km (320 miles) across some of Yorkshire’s most dramatic scenery.
For the inaugural race in 2015 an estimated one million spectators lined the course and brought £50m into the region’s economy.
Participants in the first race included Olympic champion and Tour de France winner Sir Bradley Wiggins.
There is also a mass-participation “sportive” to coincide with the men’s race to provide cyclists with the opportunity to ride the same roads as the professionals.
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