The Tour de Yorkshire is the most famous road cycling race in the UK, bringing some of the biggest names in the sport to our county for an epic race, uphill and down dale. What began in 2015 as a legacy race from the Tour de France has quickly become one of the most celebrated sporting events in the country. Last year more than 2 million fans lined the route – enough people to fill more than 22 Wembley Stadiums!
Doncaster will host Stage One of the Men’s Race on Thursday 2nd May 2019. The start of the race will begin in what will be our newly refurbished market square which will showcase our historic market to the world.
The cyclists will then ride out past the Mansion House, Hallgate, Christ Church and then over St Geroge’s Bridge on to the A19. The route will then go through:
The race will leave Doncaster at Norton and then travel through much of East Yorkshire and finish in Selby, followed by three more days racing across Yorkshire. See all of the race stages here on the Tour De Yorkshire Website.
To follow the race in other areas of Yorkshire head to North Leeds Mumbler, Hull Mumbler, Ripon Mumbler, Nidderdale Mumbler, Harrogate Mumbler and York Mumbler.