The Tour de Yorkshire is the region's biggest sporting competition, with tough climbs and exhilarating sprints all set against a backdrop of stunning landscapes.
This year's competition began with controversy surrounding the sponsorship of the former Team Sky by chemicals company Ineos. The race itself, though, ran largely without interruption despite being the wettest on record. It ended in Leeds with victory for Chris Lawless, who became the first Briton to win the race.
Jonathan Brown reports.
Chris Lawless delivered a first success for Team Ineos as he sealed overall victory in the Tour de Yorkshire in Leeds.Read the full story ›
Kamp, of the Riwal Readynez team, pipped Lawless at the line as the 135km stage from Bridlington came down to a sprint on the seafront.Read the full story ›
Day 3 of the men's Tour De Yorkshire kicked off in Bridlington with some of the biggest names in the sport competing in the iconic event.Read the full story ›
The 31 year old added the Women's Tour de Yorkshire to her long list of accolades as victory on stage two gave her the overall win.Read the full story ›
Tour de Yorkshire 2019: Women's stage 2 from Bridlington to ScarboroughRead the full story ›
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Photographs of the competition's second day, as the Women's race got underway and the Men followed the same route from Barnsley to Bedale.Read the full story ›