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UCI Road World Championships – Yorkshire 2019 Doncaster

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Doncaster will be hosting two UCI World Cycle races on 27th September 2019.

If you are commuting or managing the school run, here’s what you need to know:

The women’s junior race will start at 8.40am from the Doncaster Dome. Later that day, at 2.10pm, the men’s under 23 race will also start from The Dome.

Both races will follow the same route and pass through the following villages and end in Harrogate:

·         The A18 passing Intake and Wheatley Hills

·         On towards Edenthorpe and Dunsville

·         Through Hatfield before heading out to Thorne and passing through Thorne  Town Centre to join the A614

There will be a permanent road closure in place on Gliwice Way, between the traffic lights which turn on to Bawtry Road and the Herten Way traffic lights, from 5am – 4pm. Other rolling road closures along the route will also be in place.

UCI Road World Championship Race Timings for Doncaster 2019

These times for the Womens Junior Road Race and Men’s U23 Road Race are approximate and not guaranteed:

Doncaster (Neutral start) Women 08.40 / Men 14.10

Actual Start Women 08.56 / Men 14.26

Hatfield Women 09.02 / Men 14.32

Thorne Women 09.11 / Men 14.40

Onwards to snaith

Harrogate (Finish) Women 11.11  / Men 19.06

Download full race timings UCI Road Timings

UCI Road World Championships

The UCI Road World Championships are coming to Yorkshire! The day for Doncaster to shine is Friday 27th September, when all eyes will be on us for the Women’s Junior Road Race.

Harrogate will serve as the destination town for every race (so if you’re heading there, be sure to check out our sister site Harrogate Mumbler, for ideas on where to eat, places to stay etc).

The full race programme is as follows:

Day 1: Saturday 21 September: Beverley-Tadcaster-Wetherby-Harrogate Circuit – Para-cycling Road Races (C1 Event)  (See Hull & East Riding Mumbler if you’re heading to Beverley for the start or  STAG Mumbler, for things to do whilst in Tadcaster)

Day 2: Sunday 22 September: Harrogate Circuit – Team Time Trial Mixed Relay – 28km (two circuits)

Day 3: Monday 23 September: Harrogate Circuit – Women Junior Individual Time Trial – 14km (one circuit) and Men Junior Individual Time Trial – 28km (two circuits)

Day 4: Tuesday 24 September: Ripon to Harrogate – Men Under 23 Individual Time Trial – 32.5km (route plus one circuit) and Women Elite Individual Time Trial – 32.5km (route plus one circuit) (See Ripon & Nidderdale Mumbler for things to do whilst in Ripon)

Day 5: Wednesday 25 September: Northallerton to Harrogate – Men Elite Individual Time Trial – 54km (route only) (See Ryedale Mumbler for things to do in Northallerton)

Day 6: Thursday 26 September: Richmond to Harrogate – Men Junior Road Race – 144.5km (route plus three circuits)

Day 7: Friday 27 September: Doncaster to Harrogate – Women Junior Road Race – 91.5km (route only) and Men Under 23 Road Race – 192.5km (route plus three circuits)

Day 8: Saturday 28 September: Bradford to Harrogate – Women Elite Road Race – 149.5km (route plus three circuits) (Check out Calderdale Mumbler, North Leeds Mumbler and Wharfedale & Craven Mumbler)

Day 9: Sunday 29 September: Leeds to Harrogate – Men Elite Road Race – 284.5km (route plus seven circuits) (Take a look at North Leeds Mumbler, West Leeds Mumbler & South Leeds Mumbler)

For full details see the UCI Website