Tour de Yorkshire: Everything you need to know ahead of stage four

The final stage of the Tour de Yorkshire swings into action today, but who will come out on top?

By The Newsroom
Sunday, 6th May 2018, 10:48 am
Updated Sunday, 6th May 2018, 10:51 am
Tour de Yorkshire. PIC: Simon Hulme
Tour de Yorkshire. PIC: Simon Hulme

Stage four begins in Halfiax before the grand finale in the centre of Leeds.

Here is everything you need to know ahead of the final stage:

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Tour de Yorkshire. PIC: Simon Hulme

Where does stage four start?

Stage four gets underway in West Yorkshire's Halifax.

When does it start?

The race will push off at around 12.10pm in Halifax - but all timings are approximate.

Where does it pass through?

Halifax, Hebden Bridge, Threshfield, Horsehouse, Pateley Bridge and Otley will all see the Tour pass through them before it arrives in Leeds city centre for the grand finale. For the full list of timings, click here.

What distance will the bikers ride?

The men will travel a total distance of 189.5km today.

How long will it take?

The average time a rider takes to travel this distance is five hours.

What roads are closed?

For a full list of road closures and timing for the whole of Yorkshire, click here.

Is it on TV?

Sunday, May 6 - Tour de Yorkshire men's race - ITV4 12pm - 5.30pm

Where does it finish?

The riders will arrive in Leeds city centre as the exact point the 2014 Tour de France departed.