Do You Enjoy & Follow Competitive Cycling?
Then the 2020 Tour de Yorkshire is certainly one not to be missed, here’s all the details
The four stages of the men’s race and two stages of the women’s race have been unveiled with a hilly parcours set to once again entertain fans with spectacular racing.
Stage one of the men’s race makes its way from Beverley to Redcar, taking in the climbs of Hooks House Farm and Lythe Bank.
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Skipton hosts the start of stage two and culminates in Leyburn, with riders set to tackle Buttertubs and Grinton Moor en route – an exciting prospect after both climbs were removed from the men’s World Championship road race last year because of the weather.
This stage will also provide the first of the stages in the women’s race, who will race exactly the same route.
Stage three for the men begins in Barnsley and finishes in Huddersfield, with the latter featuring in the race for the first time ever. The final day of the women’s race will follow a similar course but will be 20km shorter than the men’s route on this stage due to UCI regulations and will feature slightly less climbing as a result.
The final stage four, known as the ‘Yorkshire classic’, runs from Halifax to Leeds and will feature the most climbing of any Tour de Yorkshire stage in history, totalling over 3,000m.
The 2020 Tour de Yorkshire will run from April 30 to May 3, with the women’s race taking place on May 1 and May 2.