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Tour de Yorkshire (2.1)

Winners, podium, distance, average speed

The Tour de Yorkshire is a three-day (as of 2019) stage race held in Yorkshire County in northern England.

2015 was the race's first edition, held in early May. It is run by the Amaury Sport Organization (ASO), the promoters of some of the world's most important races, including the Tour de De France, Vuelta a España, Paris-Nice and Paris-Roubaix, among other races.

The Tour de Yorkshire was the result of the successful visit of the Tour de France to Yorkshire in 2014. That edition's first two stages were held in Yorkshire and were very successful.

The Tour de Yorkshire is part of the UCI Europe Tour.


1st Place

2nd Place

3rd Place


Average Speed

2015 Lars Petter Nordhaug
12hr 47min 56sec
Samuel Sanchez
@ 11sec
Thomas Voeckler
@ s.t.
515 km 40.238
2016 Thomas Voeckler
13hr 5min 16sec
Nicolas Roche
@ 6sec
Anthony Turgis
@ 16sec
521.5 km 39.846
2017 Serge Pauwels
11hr 53min 4sec
Omar Fraile
@ 6sec
Jonathan Hivert
@ 7sec
491 km 41.315 km/hr
2018 Greg van Avermaet
16hr 38min 0sec
Eduard Prades
@ 9sec
Serge Pauwels
@ 14sec
701.5 km 42.174 km/hr
2019 Christopher Lawless
15hr 18min 12sec
Greg Van Avermaet
@ 2sec
Edward Dunbar
@ 11sec
620.7 km 40.560 km/hr
2020 Race cancelled because of Covid-19 pandemic
2021 Race cancelled because of Covid-19 pandemic
2022 Race cancelled because of Covid-19, financial challenges & other uncertainties