Tour de Yorkshire 2018

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They will be looking to follow Belgium’s Serge Pauwels who won the third edition of the race last year. Here is all you need to know about the fourth Tour de Yorkshire.

 The Tour de Yorkshire 2018 route will see the riders tackle four stages through the best of the Yorkshire countryside, starting in Beverley on Thursday, May 3, and finishing in Leeds on Sunday, May 6.The fourth edition of the race sees it gain an extra day, rising from three to four stages. The Women’s TdY also gains a day, and will take place over two stages (May 3-4).

 As in previous years, the final stage features a significant amount of climbing to settle the overall classification.

In total, there are around 7,800 metres of total climbing over the race’s 711 kilometres.

The opening stage of the 2018 Tour de Yorkshire kicks off in Beverley’s market place and goes through 43 towns and villages.

From Beverley, the riders will travel east towards the coast, looping around Hornsea before heading back west, north and then south-west towards Doncaster.

There’s one classified climb along the route, the Côte de Baggaby Hill, and the stage should conclude with a bunch finish.