The Dutch cyclist has won the Women's Tour de Yorkshire race.Read the full story ›
Technical problems with the French TV coverage of TDY Women’s race means it is not being shown on ITV4.Read the full story ›
Sir Bradley Wiggins has abandoned the Tour de Yorkshire cycling race, around 26km from the end of the first stage.
The 36-year-old had set off on the three-day race from Beverley earlier today.
Here's just a few photos of the crowds lining the streets as the Tour de Yorkshire passes through Knaresborough, and the famous 'Spotty House':
Riders will burn an average of 13,222 calories over the three stages, which equates to 169.5 Yorkshire puddings.Read the full story ›
More than a millon people are expected to line the route of this year's Tour de Yorkshire between tomorrow and Sunday (April 29- May 1).
Pictures from the race in our region will be seen in 150 countries.
Stage one tomorrow makes its way into North Yorkshire, where the riders are expected in Knaresborough at around 2.20pm and the finish is in Settle at around 4.30pm.
And Stage 3 on Sunday starts in Middlesbrough at 11.30am passing through Grosmont at 2.45pm on the way to Scarborough at 4.30pm.
If you're not out on the road supporting the riders, you can see it all on ITV 4. Ned Boulting will be one of the commentators, we asked him to ride Sunday's stage for us:
Your go-to guide for getting out to watch Stage 1 of this year's Tour de Yorkshire.Read the full story ›
All you need to know about Stage 3 of this year's Tour de Yorkshire, which travels from Middlesbrough to Scarborough on Sunday May 1.Read the full story ›
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Residents of the North Yorkshire town of Thirsk woke to find the centre had been yarn bombed.Read the full story ›