Everything you need to know about this weekend's Tour de Yorkshire
The third Tour de Yorkshire cycle race will get underway today as competitors tackle the east coast circuit in front of an expected crowd of thousands.
Starting off in Bridlington, the 173km stage will include three 'King of the Mountain' climbs and two sprints, taking in such wonderful places as Garrowby Hill, Goathland, Robin Hood's Bay and Whitby Abbey.
Day two will see the riders travel from Tadcaster to Harrogate while the third stage takes in a route from Bradford to Sheffield.
Here is our guide to what you need to know through a series of articles written by our team of reporters:
ROAD CLOSURES: Full list of EVERY road closed on Friday, Saturday & Sunday for Tour de Yorkshire
As residents, visitors and cyclists alike get ready for the race, we bring you everything you'll need to know as a motorist during stages one, two and three of the Tour De Yorkshire 2017.
For full story, click hereTour de Yorkshire 2017: The best places to watch the race
We've selected some of the best vantage points to watch the three-stage race pass through. Remember, stay safe and keep your distance from the riders and support vehicles.
For full story, click hereVideo: Full route for 2017 Tour de Yorkshire cycle race
Two Unesco World Heritage sites, four corners of the county and a famous bridge damaged in the floods of last Christmas will all play a role in the third annual Tour de Yorkshire cycle race next April.
For full story, click hereYorkshire weather: Sunny spells and warmer weather for your Bank Holiday weekend... but beware the spring showers
The cold snap which brought snow and wintry showers to the county this week will be replaced by warmer temperatures and sunshine for the Bank Holiday weekend.
For full story, click hereAndrew Mawson: We can lead the way with healthy spirit of enterprise
The May bank holiday weekend offers yet another chance to see world-class sport right on our doorstep. The Tour De Yorkshire will whizz through the county from the coast to the Dales and many parts in between. It’s a testament to Sir Gary Verity and his team that this fantastic event was not as many predicted “just a one-off”. Far from it – it’s becoming a Yorkshire institution.
For full story, click hereSky’s the limit as Yorkshire puts on a cycle show for TV this weekend
THIS weekend’s Tour de Yorkshire will be an opportunity for communities to present themselves and the county to the world as never before, the chief executive of Welcome to Yorkshire has said.
Tour de Yorkshire: Forged by legacy
The Tour de Yorkshire cycling race arose as a legacy event following the success of the visit of the 2014 Tour de France to God’s own county.
For full story, click hereMarquee names confirmed for Tour de Yorkshire
The big names due to ride in the Tour de Yorkshire have been confirmed.