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Yorkshire 2019: The best photographs from nine-day cycling festival including UCI World Championships and Para Cycling

Cyclists have been pedaling through Yorkshire since the start of the county's nine-day festival of the sport.

It began on Saturday 21 September 2019, with the Para Cycling International events.

Racing has continued, despite mixed weather conditions, with the eleven events making 2019 UCI Road World Championships.

The winners of the Yorkshire 2019 Para-Cycling International Tadcaster race during the 2019 Para-Cycling International race through Yorkshire. Credit: Tim Goode/PA Wire/PA Images
A general view of a Great Britain cyclist's gloves. Credit: Tim Goode/PA Wire/PA Images
The Dutch women – Lucinda Brand, Riejanne Markus, and Amy Pieters – set off before winning the 2019 UCI World Road Championship Team Time Trial Mixed Relay through Harrogate. Credit: Great Britain's Anna Henderson out of the gate ahead of teammates Lauren Dolan and Joscelin Lowden at the start of the 2019 UCI World Road Championship Team Time Trial Mixed Relay through Harrogate.
Great Britain's Anna Henderson out of the gate ahead of teammates Lauren Dolan and Joscelin Lowden at the start of the Team Time Trial Mixed Relay. Credit: Tim Goode/PA Wire/PA Images
The course is swept free of water during a wet day of racing. Credit: Tim Goode/PA Wire/PA Images
Great Britain's Daniel Bigham (left) celebrates with teammates John Archibald (centre) and Harry Tanfield (right) after receiving bronze in the Mixed Relay. Credit: Tim Goode/PA Wire/PA Images
Eritrea's Daniel Habtemichael during the Men's U23 Individual Time Trial, Ripon to Harrogate. Credit: Bradley Collyer/PA Archive/PA Images
Slovenia's Nika Jancic during the 2019 UCI Road World Championships Women Junior Individual Time Trial event. Credit: Tim Goode/PA Wire/PA Images
Spectators look on in the rain during the Men's U23 Individual Time Trial, Ripon to Harrogate. Credit: Tim Goode/PA Wire/PA Images
Trinidad and Tobago's Tyler Cole tasted the rain during the Men's U23 Individual Time Trial, Ripon to Harrogate. Credit: Tim Goode/PA Wire/PA Images
Germany's Brent van Moer during the Men's U23 Individual Time Trial, Ripon to Harrogate. Credit: Bradley Collyer/PA Wire/PA Images
Great Britain's Alex Dowsett during the Men's Elite Individual Time Trials from Northallerton to Harrogate. Credit: Bradley Collyer/PA Wire/PA Images
Dirk Coetzee passes through Masham during the Men's Elite Individual Time Trials from Northallerton to Harrogate. Credit: Bradley Collyer/PA Wire/PA Images
The crowds in Harrogate cheer on Germany's Nils Politt during the Men's Elite Individual Time Trials from Northallerton to Harrogate. Credit: Tim Goode/PA Wire/PA Images
The crowds in Harrogate cheer on The Netherlands' Dylan van Baarle during the Men's Elite Individual Time Trials from Northallerton to Harrogate. Credit: Tim Goode/PA Wire/PA Images
Great Briain's John Archibald during the Men's Elite Individual Time Trials from Northallerton to Harrogate. Credit: Tim Goode/PA Wire/PA Images
Australia's Rohan Dennis celebrates winning gold during the Men's Elite Individual Time Trials from Northallerton to Harrogate. Credit: Tim Goode/PA Wire/PA Images
Great Britain riders warm up at the start of the course during the Men's Junior Road Race from Richmond to Harrogate. Credit: Tim Goode/PA Wire/PA Images
A general view of peloton at the start of the race during the Men's Junior Road Race from Richmond to Harrogate. Credit: Tim Goode/PA Wire/PA Images
USA's Quinn Simmons on his way to winning during the Men's Junior Road Race from Richmond to Harrogate. Credit: Tim Goode/PA Wire/PA Images
Great Britain's Alfred George (centre) on his way to crossing the line during the Men's Junior Road Race from Richmond to Harrogate. Credit: Tim Goode/PA Wire/PA Images

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