Cycling Weekly's Andy Jones captures the best of the action on stage two of the Tour de Yorkshire

1. Beautiful South singer Paul Heaton enjoyed a day in the beautiful North as he turned out to watch the race.

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Paul Heaton (Photo: Andy Jones)

2. Crowds young and old gathered alongside the route to watch the riders go past.

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(Photo: Andy Jones)

3. Sir Bradley Wiggins almost manages a smile at the sign-in area before the stage

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Bradley Wiggins (Photo: Andy Jones)

4. Australian Steele Von Hoff ingratiates himself with the locals by donning a flat cap.

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Steele Von Hoff (Photo: Andy Jones)

5. IAM Cycling led the way as the peloton arrived in York

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(Photo: Andy Jones)

6. North Newbald offered a great spot for spectators to see the peloton.

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(Photo: Andy Jones)

7. Mark McNally (Madison-Genesis) and Bert De Backer (Giant-Alpecin) were the lone escapees as the race reached its final stages.

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Mark McNally (Photo: Andy Jones)

8. Moreno Hofland had time to sit up and enjoy his win in York, his team’s first of the year.

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Moreno Hofland wins stage two (Photo: Andy Jones)

9. Mark McNally’s hard work in the breakaway earned him the Dimension Data Digital jersey.

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Mark McNally on the podium (Photo: Andy Jones)

10. Team Sky’s Lars Petter Nordhaug retained the leader’s jersey after finishing safely in the bunch.

Lars Petter Nordhaug on the podium (Photo: Andy Jones)

Lars Petter Nordhaug on the podium (Photo: Andy Jones)