Tour de Yorkshire stage timings and where to watch

We run through the Yorkshire hot spots where you'll get the best views of the 2018 edition of the Tour de Yorkshire and the times the riders will be passing through

(Image credit: Andy Jones)

The Yorkshire landscape has been a regular fixture of the professional bike racing calendar after the huge success of the Tour de France Grand Départ back in 2014 and subsequent races in recent years.

After the successes of previous years, the pro peloton will be back on the roads of the Tour de Yorkshire once again as God’s own country welcomes both the men and women from May 3-6.

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ETA (kph)Women (40)W(36)Men (44)M(40)
Start — Beverley08:4008:4013:5013:50
KOM — Côte de Baggaby Hill09:5009:5616:0216:14
Sprint — Pocklington09:5410:0116:0616:18
Feed zone — Holme on Spalding Moor10:2810:3916:3716:52
Sprint — Howden10:4410:5616:5117:08
Finish — Doncaster12:0812:3018:0818:33
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ETA (kph)Women (39)W(35)Men (45)M(41)
Start — Barnsley09:0009:0014:2014:20
KOM — Côte de Blacker Hill09:1709:1815:0815:12
Sprint — Swinton09:3609:4015:2515:30
Feed Zone — Castleford10:4811:0016:2816:39
Sprint — Scholes11:1211:2716:4917:02
KOM — Côte de Old Pool Bank11:5512:1417:2517:42
Finish/KOM — Ilkley (Cow and Calf)12:2112:4417:4818:07
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ETA (kph)44kph40kph
Start — Richmond13:1013:10
Sprint — Morton-on-Swale14:1114:17
KOM — Côte de Sutton Bank14:5014:59
Feed Zone — Kirkbymoorside15:1915:30
Sprint — Pickering15:3515:49
KOM — Côte de Silpho16:1616:34
Finish — Scarborough17:2617:51
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 ETA (kph)44kph40kph
Start – Halifax12:1012:10
KOM – Côte de Hebden Bridge12:4312:46
KOM – Côte de Goose Eye13:0513:10
KOM – Côte de Barden Moor13:3113:39
KOM – Kilnsey13:5814:09
KOM – Côte de Park Rash14:1214:24
Feed Zone – Middleham14:3914:54
KOM – Côte de Greenhow Hill15:4116:03
KOM – Côte de Otley Chevin16:2116:47
KOM – Arthington16:3317:00
Finish – Leeds16:5717:27

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