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Star Riders Announced for 2017 Tour de Yorkshire
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Star Riders Announced for 2017 Tour de Yorkshire

Race organisers Welcome to Yorkshire and A.S.O have announced a host of big-name riders for the 2017 Tour de Yorkshire, Luke Rowe, Nacer Bouhanni and Caleb Ewan for the men's race.

The Asda Women’s Tour de Yorkshire on Saturday 29 April also boasts a top-quality field with Olympic Road Race Champion Anna van der Breggen (Boels-Dolmans), two-time World Champion Giorgia Bronzini (Wiggle High5) and 2017 Tour of Flanders winner Coryn Rivera (Team Sunweb) all on the start line.

 
Tour de Yorkshire Teams Unveiled
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Tour de Yorkshire Teams Unveiled

With just over a month to go until the 2017 Tour de Yorkshire, organisers have revealed a record 36 men’s and women’s teams will compete in the race, up from 33 in 2016. For the first time the number of women’s and men’s teams taking part will be the same.

The men’s race – which takes place between 28-30 April – will include nine Tour de France teams.

The Asda Women’s Tour de Yorkshire on Saturday 29 April also boasts a stellar field with a record number of 18 teams set to compete.

 
Full Race Timings Unveiled for 2017 Tour De Yorkshire
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Full Race Timings Unveiled for 2017 Tour De Yorkshire

The highly anticipated race timings for the 2017 Tour de Yorkshire have been unveiled by Welcome to Yorkshire.

Millions of spectators will line the route for the three-day men’s race and one-day women’s race which run between 28-30 April.

Timings for the newly expanded race caravan have also been included and list the stop off points where fans will be treated to a host of promotional goodies from the official race partners.

 

 
Voeckler Back To Defend His Title At The 2017 Tour De Yorkshire
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Voeckler Back To Defend His Title At The 2017 Tour De Yorkshire

Welcome to Yorkshire announced Voeckler today, who emerged triumphant last year when he broke away with Nicolas Roche (Team Sky) on the final climb of the third stage.

He then outsmarted his rival in a two-way sprint for the overall victory along Scarborough’s North Bay.

That win proved the highest-profile success of the season for the Frenchman, who is one of the most celebrated cyclists of his generation.