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Tour de Yorkshire Stage 3: When and where you need to be

The Peloton ride up Hawsker Lane, Whitby, during the Tour de Yorkshire between Bridlington and Scarborough. Photo: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire

Your go-to guide for getting out to watch Stage 3 of this year's Tour de Yorkshire.

Stage 3 - Key Facts

  • Sunday May 1, 2016
  • Start: Middlesbrough
  • Finish: Scarborough
  • Total stage length: 198km
  • 2 x sprint points: Thirsk & Whitby Abbey
  • 6 x King of the Mountain: Sutton Bank, Blakey Ridge, Grosmont, Robin Hood’s Bay, Harwood Dale and Oliver’s Mount
  • Total ascent: 2593m

The Route

The stage begins in the centre of Middlesbrough, in front of the Mima Gallery.

11:35 - Departure

12:09 - East Rounton, 23.5km

12:50 - Thirsk (Sprint Point), 51.5km

13:06 - Sutton Bank (King of the Mountain), 62.5km

13:37 - Kirkbymoorside, 83.5km

13:54 - Blakey Ridge (King of the Mountain), 95.5km

14:46 - Grosmont (King of the Mountain), 131km

15:06 - Whitby (Sprint Point), 144.5km

15:23 - Robin Hood's Bay (King of the Mountain), 155.5km

15:44 - Harwood Dale (King of the Mountain), 170km

16:16 - Oliver's Mount (King of the Mountain), 192km

16:25 - Finish at Scarborough, 198km

The leaders race along Scarborough sand side during last year's Tour Credit: Richard Sellers/PA Wire

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