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Tour de Yorkshire 2019: Routes, riders and all you need to know

Cyclist magazine
3 May 2019

All you need to know about the 2019 men's and women's Tour de Yorkshire, held from Thursday 2nd to Sunday 5th May 2019. Photo: SWPix.com

Tour de Yorkshire 2019 men's race: Key information

Dates: Thursday 2nd May to Sunday 5th May
Grand Depart: Doncaster
Finale: Leeds
UK television coverage: Live coverage and highlights on ITV4

Women's Tour de Yorkshire 2019: Key information

Dates: Friday 3rd May to Saturday 4th May
Grand Depart: Barnsley
Finale: Scarborough
UK television coverage: Live coverage and highlights on ITV4
All details open to change

Jump to:

Men's route stage-by-stage  
Live TV guide  
Men's and women's teams  
All you need to know about the women's race  
Men's start list  
Women's start list  

Tour de Yorkshire 2019 men's route: Stage-by-stage

Stage 1: Thursday 2nd May: Doncaster - Selby, 182.5km

A flat first stage, the peloton heads north out of Doncaster before heading east towards the town of Beverley.

The race will then climb the day's only classified climb of Baggsby Hill before an expected sprint finish in Selby.

Stage 2: Friday 3rd May: Barnsley - Beadle, 132km

Stage 2 leaves Barnsley and immediately heads north. The race will then take a detour to Harrogate, looping in the finishing circuit of this year's World Championships.

Once that's over, the race will race to Bedale for another expected sprint finish.

 

Stage 3: Saturday 4th May: Bridlington - Scarborough, 135km

Stage 3 is very tough. The race leaves Bridlington for a 132km race across five classified climbs.

The race should be broken up by the time it reaches its finale in the coastal town of Scarborough.

Stage 4: Sunday 5th May: Halifax - Leeds, 182km

The final day of racing, the peloton head north from Halifax into the beautiful Dales countryside. Climbs of Park Rash and Greenhow Hill could prove decisive for the overall race.

Tour de Yorkshire 2019: Live TV schedule

Subject to change by broadcaster

Stage 1 - Thursday 2nd May - ITV4

Men's race: 1300-1800  
Highlights: 2000-2100

Stage 2 - Friday 3rd May - ITV4

Women's race (Stage 1): 0900-1300  
Men's race: 1430-1815  
Highlights: 2000-2100

Stage 3 - Saturday 4th May - ITV4

Women's race (Stage 2): 0900-1315
Men's race: 1430-1815
Highlights: 2000-2100

Stage 4 - Sunday 5th May - ITV4

Men's race: 1230-1730  
Highlights: 2200-2300

Tour de Yorkshire 2019: Teams

The 19 men's and 19 women's teams that will be competing at the 2019 Tour de Yorkshire. 

The line-up in the men's race is a mix of WorldTour and Pro Continental teams, which usually makes for exciting racing as the lower tier riders head out in the breaks to shake things up.

Men's WorldTour representation will be provided by Team Ineos, CCC Team, Katusha-Alpecin and Dimension Data. As for the women's field, all the top teams are represented including Boels-Dolmans and Trek-Segafredo.

Men's Teams Women's Teams
CCC Team Ale Cipollini
Team Ineos Valcar Cylance
Katusha-Alpecin Boels Dolmans
Total Direct Energie Team TIBCO
Cofidis  Canyon-Sram
Canyon DHB P/B Bloor Homes Brother UK Tifosi P/B On Form
Euskadi Basque Country-Murias Trek-Segafredo
Team GB CCC-LIV
Hagens Berman Axeon FDJ Nouvelle Aquitaine Futuroscope
Madison Genesis Hitec Products-Brik Sports
Roompot Charles Movistar
Rally UHC Cycling Mitchelton-Scott
Ribble Pro Cycling Parkhotel Valkenburg
Riwal Readynez Storey Racing
Vital Concept-B&B Hotel Team Sunweb
Vitus Pro Cycling Bigla
Swift Carbon Cycling Drops
Dimension Data WNT-Rotor
Team Wiggins Le Col Team GB

Jump to:

Men's route stage-by-stage  
Live TV guide  
Men's and women's teams  
All you need to know about the women's race  
Men's start list  
Women's start list  

Women's Tour de Yorkshire 2019

The Tour de Yorkshire women's race returns for its second year as a multi-stage race. The race will start in Barnsley on Friday 3rd May before finishing in Scarborough on Saturday 4th May.

Women's Tour de Yorkshire 2019: Key information

Dates: Friday 3rd May to Saturday 4th May
Grand Depart: Barnsley
Finale: Scarborough
UK television coverage: Live coverage and highlights on ITV4
All details open to change

Women's Tour de Yorkshire route 2019: stage-by-stage

Stage 1: Friday 3rd May: Barnsley - Bedale, 132km

Stage 2: Friday 4th May: Scarborough - Bridlington, 132km

Tour de Yorkshire 2019: Start lists

Men's Tour de Yorkshire start list

Canyon DHB P/B Bloor Homes

Rory Townsend
Thomas Stewart
Rob-Jon McCarthy
Daniel Pearson
Max Steadman
Andy Tennant
Oliver Wood

CCC Team

Greg van Avermaet
Guillaume Van Keirsbulck
Pawel Bernas
Allesandro De Marchi
Serge Pauwels 
Michael Schar
Nathan Van Hooydonck

Cofidis

Stephane Rossetto
Loic Chetout
Filippo Fortin
Jesper Handes
Victor Lafay
Emmanuel Morin
Anthony Perez

Dimension Data

Rasmus Tiller
Mark Cavendish
Nic Dlamini
Bernie Eisel
Mark Renshaw
Tom-Jelte Slagter

Euskadi Basque Country-Murias

Mikel Aristi
Aritz Bagues
Cyril Barther
Julen Irizar
Juan Antonio Lopez-Cozar
Sergio Rodriguez
Sergio Samitier

Hagens Berman Axeon

Mikkel Berg
Andre Carvalho
Ian Garrison
Sean Quinn
Michael Rice
Kevin Vermaerke
Maikel Zijaard

Katusha-Alpecin

Jens Debusschere
Jenthe Biermans
Steff Cras
Matteo Fabbro
Nathan Haas
Harry Tanfield
Rick Zabel

Madison Genesis

Connor Swift
Ian Bibby
Michael Cuming
Matthew Holmes
Jonathan McEvoy
Erick Rowsell
Joey Walker

Roompot Charles

Maurits Lammertink
Jesper Asselman
Huub Duijn
Senne Leysen
Nick van der Lijke
Boy Van Poppel
Jan-Willem van Schip

Rally UHC Cycling

Robin Carpenter
Adam de Vos
Colin Joyce
Ryan Anderson
Ty Magner
John Murphy
Svein Tuft

Ribble Pro Cycling

Gruffudd Lewis
John Archibald
Daniel Bigham
Alex Dalton
Zeb Kyffin
Alex Luhrs
Mark Stewart

Riwal Readynez

Alexander Kamo
Lucas Eriksson
Sindre Lunke
Kim Magnusson
Andreas Stokbro
Torkil Veyhe
Emil Vinjebo

Swift Carbon Cycling

James Shaw
Stephen Bradbury
Ed Laverack
Isaac Mundy
Jacob Scott
Peter Williams
George Wood

Team GB

Dan McLay
Jim Brown
Sean Flynn
Ethan Hayter
Joe Nally
Will Tidball
Ben Turner

Team Ineos

Chris Froome
Leonardo Basso
Owain Doull
Eddie Dunbar
Michal Golas
Chris Lawless
Ian Stannard

Team Wiggins Le Col

Tom Pidcock
Mark Christian
Gabriel Cullaigh
Corentin Navarro
James Fouche
Samuel Jenner
Robert Scott

Total Direct Energie

Jonathan Hivert
Lillian Calmejane
Fabien Grellier
Axel Journiaux
Bryan Nauleau
Paul Ourselin
Angelo Tulik

Vital Concept-B&B Hotel

Kevin Reza
Pierre Rolland
Yohann Bagot
Arnaud Courteille
Kris Boeckmans
Quentin Pacher
Jonas van Genechten

Vitus Pro Cycling

Scott Thwaites
Graham Briggs
Adam Kenway
Dylan Kerfoot-Robson
Chris Latham
Michael Mottram
Alistair Slater

Women's Tour de Yorkshire start list

Ale Cipollini

Chloe Hosking
Romy Kasper
Soraya Paladin
Anna Trevisi
Marjolein Van't Geloof
Eri Yonamine

Bigla

Cecille Urrtrup Ludwig
Marthina Alzini Elizabeth Banks
Julie Leth
Maria Sperotto
Sophie Wright

Boels-Dolmans

Anna van der Breggen
Chantal Blaak
Eva Buurman
Jolien D'Hoore
Amalie Dideriksen
Amy Pieters

Brother UK Tifosi P/B On Form

Anna Henderson
Leah Dixon
Rebecca Durrell
Jessica Finney
Gabriella Shaw
Emily Wadsworth

Canyon-Sram

Alice Barnes
Hannah Barnes
Tanja Erath
Pauline Ferrand-Prevot
Ella Harris
Christa Riffel

CCC-LIV

Marianne Vos
Valerie Demey
Jeanne Korevaar
Riejanna Markus
Ashleigh Moolman
Pauliena Rooijakkers

Drops

Abby-Mae Parkinson
Elinor Barker
Megan Barker
Anna Christian
Eleanor Dickinson
Elizabeth Holden

FDJ Nouvelle Aquitaine Futuroscope

Shara Gillow
Eugenie Duval
Emilia Fahlin
Victorie Guilman
Lauren  Kitchen
Greta Richioud

Hitec Products-Brik Sports

Lucy Garner
Grace Garner
Ingvild Gaskjenn
Vita Heine
Ingrid Lorvik
Chanella Stougje

Movistar

Mavi Garcia
Roxanne Fournier
Lorena Llamas
Eider Merino
Lourdes Oyarbide
Alba Teruel

Mitchelton-Scott

Annemiek Van Vleuten
Gracie Elvin
Lucy Kennedy
Sarah Roy
Amanda Spratt
Moniek Tenniglo

Parkhotel Valkenburg

Lorena Wiebes
Nina Buysman
Sophie De Boer
Roxanne Knetemann
Demi Vollering

Storey Racing

Sarah Storey
Elynor Backstedt
Monica Dew
Chanel Mason
Amy Monkhouse
Kelly Murphy

Team Sunweb

Liane Lippert
Susanne Andersen
Pernille Mathiesen
Pfeiffer Georgie
Juliette Labous
Julia Soek

Team GB

Rhona Callander
Dani Christmas
Anna Docherty
Lauren Dolan
Nicola Juniper
Jessica Roberts

Team Tibco

Alison Jackson
Brodie Champan
Nina Kessler
Shannon Malseed
Rozanne Slik
Lauren Stephens

Trek-Segafredo

Lizzie Deignan
Audrey Cordon-Ragot
Elisa Longo Borghini
Letizia Paternoster
Tayler Wiles
Ruth Winder

Valcar Cylance

Martha Cavalli
Alice Arzuffi
Elisa Balsamo
Maria Conafalonieri
Chiara Consonni
Ilaria Sanguinetti

WNT-Rotor

Erica Magnaldi
Lisa Brennauer
Kathrin Hammes
Ane Santesteban
Lea Lin Teutenberg
Lara Vieceli

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