The full race timings for this year’s Leeds leg of the Tour de Yorkshire have been confirmed.
This year the race begins in Doncaster on Thursday, May 3 before coming through from Halifax to Leeds on Sunday, May 5 for its grand finale in the city centre.
With only one month until the race begins, here is exactly when and where you can watch the race in Leeds.
12.35pm - The Piece Hall in Halifax
The stage 4 men’s race will begin at 12.35 in The Piece Hall in Halifax town centre.
1.11pm - Haworth
The riders will head up the cobbled Main Street in Haworth at 1.11pm
1.21pm - Côte de Goose Eye
This will be the first of six climbs at 1.21pm
1.35pm - Skipton
The riders will ride through Skipton at 1.35pm
1.39pm - Barden Moor
The riders will enter the Dales and tackle the second climb at 1.39pm
2.17pm - Kilnsey Crag
The first intermediate sprint of the stage is at 2.17pm
2.31pm - Côte de Park Rash
At 2.31pm the third climb will ride through.
3.23pm - Masham
Riders will go through Masham at 3.23pm
4.05pm - Nidderdale
The fourth climb up the Côte de Greenhow Hill will be at 4.05pm.
4.39pm - Otley
The riders will ride through Otley at 4.39pm
4.45pm - Otley Chevin
The fifth climb is the Otley Chevin at 4.45pm
4.53pm - Cookridge, Leeds
The race enters Leeds as it nears the finish line, riding through Cookridge at 4.53pm.
4.58pm - Tinshill, Leeds
The second intermediate sprint will go through Tinshill, Leeds at 4.59pm.
5pm - Ireland Wood, Leeds
The riders will go through the Ireland Wood area of Leeds at 5pm.
5.17pm - The Headrow
The riders will pass through the finish line on The Headrow in Leeds City Centre at 5.17pm.