The country's top cyclists are in Hull today, competing in one of the most elite road races in Britain. It comes just days after the roaring success of Yorkshire's Grand Depart.
The city is playing host to the British Cycling National Circuit Race Championships, which has seen many high profile riders topping the podium over the years, including former road world champion Mark Cavendish and Yorkshire's Lizzie Armitstead.
The championships are fiercely contested by the country’s top professional riders who will be battling it out for the honour of wearing the red, white and blue striped jersey of British national champion for the next 12 months. The women's race is scheduled to start at 6.15pm with the men's at 8.15.
Mark Cavendish will undergo shoulder surgery on Wednesday and faces around six weeks out following his Tour de France-ending crash on stage one in Harrogate last Saturday.
The 29-year-old from the Isle of Man ruptured all ligaments around his acromioclavicular joint and a separated shoulder as he sought a first yellow jersey of his career, his Omega Pharma-QuickStep team has confirmed.
"The surgery to stabilize the AC joint will take place on Wednesday, July 9," the Belgian squad said in a statement.
"The recovery time after the surgery will be around six weeks."
It means the Manxman will miss the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Mark Cavendish has been ruled out of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow because of the injury he suffered in a crash on the first Stage of Le Tour de France in Harrogate.
Legendary cyclist Beryl Burton will soon have her name engraved into a plaque in Leeds commemorating a select few freemen of the city.
She was born in Leeds in 1937 and died in 1996 having dominated women's cycling during her career.
She won more than 90 domestic championships and seven world titles.
A new Olympic-size outdoor velodrome has been unveiled in York.
The 250 metre track at the York Sports Village is being hailed as another example of the legacy of the Tour de France.
It cost £1.1 million and has been jointly funded by York University and British Cycling.
It will be accessible to all, from beginners to elite cyclists, and it is hoped it will help produce the next crop of British champions.
John Shires went to see it:
Some of Emmerdale's best known faces will join other ITV stars for a special Tour de ITV fun ride.
The pub to pub trek on July 1st covers 60 miles from Corrie's Rover's Return to the Woolpack and back.
The cycle is part of the ITV Local Heroes campaign which was launched to encourage volunteering in local sport.
They will also be raising money for Marie Curie Cancer Care - the official charity of the Grand Départ.
Emmerdale's James Hooton who plays Sam Dingle, Jamie Shelton who plays Robbie Lawson and Nicola Wheeler who plays Nicola King will be joined by Good Morning Britain's weather presenter Laura Tobin.
There are fears that there could soon be a serious accident between horse riders and cyclists in the Yorkshire Dales.
Although the tourist hot spot has always been a popular biking area, the British Horse Society claims the increasing volume of cyclists on rural roads in the run up to the Tour de France, is frightening.
It is now calling for better safety awareness, as Kate Walby reports.