How to watch the Tour de Yorkshire 2019 live

Our complete guide to this year’s Tour de Yorkshire coverage and how you can follow it

The 2019 Tour de Yorkshire kicks off on Thursday 2 May in Doncaster, with a two-stage women’s race and a four-stage men’s race, culminating on Sunday 5 May in Leeds. Here’s everything we know about how you can follow it as it unfolds.

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Tour de Yorkshire 2019

The fifth edition of the Tour de Yorkshire starts in Doncaster and takes place over four stages to finish in Leeds. It takes in all four corners of the county, including 150 villages, towns and cities along the way.

The Asda Tour de Yorkshire Women’s Race is a two-stage event that will take place over Friday 3 and Saturday 4 May.

Tour de Yorkshire 2019 route

The Men's Tour de Yorkshire takes in all four corners of the county, over 617.5km
The Men’s Tour de Yorkshire takes in all four corners of the county, over 617.5km
https://letour.yorkshire.com

The men’s race covers a total of 617.5km over four days, taking the peloton from Doncaster to Selby, through Barnsley, Bedale, Bridlington, Scarborough and Halifax, and then finishing up in Leeds.

The Asda Tour de Yorkshire Women's Race covers 264km and shares two stages with the men's race
The Asda Tour de Yorkshire Women’s Race covers 264km and shares two stages with the men’s race
https://letour.yorkshire.com

The Asda Tour de Yorkshire Women’s Race covers 264km over two days, beginning in Barnsley and following the same route as the men’s race through Bedale and Bridlington, and culminating in Scarborough.

How can I watch the Tour de Yorkshire 2019 live on TV?

As with last year, ITV4 will be showing live coverage of both the men’s and women’s races. Here’s the full schedule of live coverage.

ITV4 broadcast schedule: Men’s Tour de Yorkshire

Stage one 2 May 1–6pm
Stage two 3 May 2:30–6:15pm
Stage three 4 May 2:15–6pm
Stage four 5 May 12:30–5:30pm

ITV4 broadcast schedule: ASDA Women’s Tour de Yorkshire

Stage one 3 May 9am–1pm
Stage two 4 May 9am–1:15pm

You can also catch the race being live-streamed on the Le Tour Yorkshire Facebook page.

How can I follow the Tour de Yorkshire 2019 if I can’t watch it live?

ITV4 will also be showing highlights, though the times of these haven’t yet been confirmed. We’ll update this section once we know more.

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We expect the Le Tour Yorkshire Facebook page will also be providing updates and highlights between races.

Tour de Yorkshire 2019 schedule

Men’s race stages

Stage 1: Doncaster–Selby, Thursday 2 May

Stage 1 departs the historical market town of Doncaster and heads for the Selby district at the heart of Yorkshire
Stage 1 departs the historical market town of Doncaster and heads for the Selby district at the heart of Yorkshire
https://letour.yorkshire.com

Stage 2: Barnsley–Bedale, Friday 3 May

Stage 2 begins in Barnsley, originally mentioned in the Domesday Book, and ends in the Georgian market town of Bedale
Stage 2 begins in Barnsley, originally mentioned in the Domesday Book, and ends in the Georgian market town of Bedale
https://letour.yorkshire.com

Stage 3: Bridlington–Scarborough, Saturday 4 May

Stage 3 starts in the historic coastal town of Bridlington, finishing in Scarborough for the fifth year running
Stage 3 starts in the historic coastal town of Bridlington, finishing in Scarborough for the fifth year running
https://letour.yorkshire.com

Stage 4: Halifax–Leeds, Sunday 5 May

Stage 4 leave the impressive Piece Hall in Halifax and finishes in Leeds, the historic heart of Yorkshire
Stage 4 leaves the impressive Piece Hall in Halifax and finishes in Leeds, the historic heart of Yorkshire
https://letour.yorkshire.com

Asda Tour de Yorkshire Women’s Race stages

Stage 1: Barnsley–Bedale, Friday 3 May

Stage 2 begins in Barnsley, originally mentioned in the Domesday Book, and ends in the Georgian market town of Bedale
The women’s Stage 1 is the same as the men’s Stage 2
https://letour.yorkshire.com

Stage 2: Bridlington–Scarborough, Saturday 4 May

Stage 3 starts in the historic coastal town of Bridlington, finishing in Scarborough for the fifth year running
The second and final women’s stage shares the same route as Stage 3 in the men’s race
https://letour.yorkshire.com