Crowds lined the streets of Driffield as the riders passed through town.
This is the first year the race has come to the historic market town and residents were out in number to cheer the peloton through:
Crowds gathered at the start line as the Tour de Yorkshire go underway.
Sally Simpson was there for Calendar:
The Tour de Yorkshire teams have arrived in Bridlington for the start of the race.
Here are some pictures from our camera man Mike Newton:
A banner has been put up in Driffield offering a welcome to riders on the Tour de Yorkshire, written in East Yorkshire slang.
The banner, over Garrowby Hill, reads: 'Giz a croggy on tha pushrod.'
For those not fluent in the local dialect that's: 'Please may I have a lift on your bicycle.'
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