Stage two of the 2016 Tour de Yorkshire on Saturday, April 30, took the riders from Otley to Doncaster over an undulating 136km route.
Technical problems with a television picture relay plane meant that there was no live coverage broadcast for the duration of the race – and the women’s race that preceded it.
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Although the plane was fixed in time to capture the final 20km or so of action, live broadcasters had already switched to other programming.
Now is the chance to catch up on what happened with the official highlights of the stage.
The 2016 Tour de Yorkshire concludes on Sunday, May 1, with the final of its three stages. Riders start. It’s also the longest and toughest stage of the race, starting in Middlesbrough and finishing in Scarborough after 196km.
But it’s not the distance that will provide the challenge as there are six classified climbs to tackle along the way: Sutton Bank, Blakey Ridge, Grosmont, Robin Hood’s Bay, Harwood Dale, Oliver’s Mount.