Tour de Yorkshire 2020 odds
Who wins Tour de Yorkshire 2020?
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Who wins Tour de Yorkshire 2019?
Tour de Yorkshire 2019
The Tour de Yorkshire 2019 is a pro cycling race which held in Yorkshire, England. It is a 4-day race, and the fifth edition of it is going to happen in the first week of May 2019. The Tour has been upgraded to HC status by cycling’s world governing body the UCI international – the highest and uppermost category possible for a multi-day race outside of the UCI World Tour. It encompasses and includes all 4 corners of the county and takes in 150 villages, towns and cities along the way. The race consists of up to 4 stages with a distance of total 636 kilometers, some sprints and hilly mountain terrains in the surface.
The 2018s version of Tour de Yorkshire was won by Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing Team) from Belgium. While Eduard Prades (Team Euskadi Basque Country–Murias) from Spain took the 2nd place and Serge Pauwels from Belgium (Team Dimension Data) was able to attain the 3rd title.
The 2019 Route
The route of Tour de Yorkshire 2019 distances about 636 kilometers with four days of the race and up to 4 stages. Occurring from May 2-5, the race will take in a greater amount of the now-notable streets of Britain's cycling heartland. It will take in eight host areas including Halifax, Barnsley. Doncaster and Leeds. The opening phase of the race will be a 178.5km kept running from Doncaster to Selby. Riders will set off from South Yorkshire and head north, before turning east and evading Hull. Stage 2 can attract some huge names from the expert peloton, as it takes on a portion of same streets from the World Championships course. Setting off from Barnsley, the 132km stage travels north-east to Pontefract, at that point round Leeds onto Leathley. There the peloton will assume the first of five new trips on the current year's course – the Côte de Lindley. The stage at that point proceeds with north to Ripon and onto Bedale for an anticipated bundle run. Stage three, Bridlington – Scarborough (132km) Heading out of Bridlington, riders will take on the North York Moors National Park over 132km. After traveling north, the course pursues a 52km circle soon after Flying false. It will be a quick completion down into Scarborough, where the race will head around the palace dividers and on to the completion along North Bay. The last day will be straightforward as the peloton heads into the home of the well-known scholarly Brönte family. Haworth's cobbles boulevards will highlight again yet the good climbing pursues on the Côte de Goose Eye. The race at that point clears into the edges of Leeds for one final halfway dash, before the completion in the focal point of the city.
1- 182km Beverley – Doncaster
2- 149km Barnsley – Ilkley
3- 184km Scarborough – Richmond
4- 189.5km Halifax - Leeds