Watch: Dubai Tour 2018 stage two highlights

Video highlights of the second stage of the Dubai Tour

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The first of a series of three races in the Middle East, the Dubai Tour runs from Tuesday, February 6 to Saturday, February 10, and attracts some of the world’s best riders

The race, which is a 2.HC race on the UCI Asia Tour features four flat stages and a slight uphill finish to Hatta Dam on stage four.

That uphill finish is likely to decide the destination of the overall race victory, but the four other flat stages should see sprinters dominate the race.

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The second stage of the Dubai Tour sees the riders face 190km starting from Skydive Dubai and finishing up the coast at Ras Al Khaimah.

As usual the race has attracted a strong field of sprinters including two-time overall winner Marcel Kittel (Katusha-Alpecin), Mark Cavendish (Dimension Data), Elia Viviani (Quick-Step Floors), and Alexander Kristoff (UAE Team Emirates), all of whom will be hoping to make an impact on the opening stage of the race.

Stage three on Thursday offers another flat day in the saddle, covering 180km from Skydive Dubai (where all of the race’s stages roll out from) to Fujairah.