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5th Tour de Yorkshire (2.HC) May 2nd-5th 2019
« on: April 29, 2019, 14:16 »
 5th Tour de Yorkshire May 2nd-5th 2019


The 2019 Tour de Yorkshire will take place from May 2-5,  with the race taking in more of the now-iconic roads of Britain’s cycling heartland.
This year’s edition will take in eight host locations including Halifax, Barnsley. Doncaster and Leeds.
It will also be a chance for pros to test out the 2019 World Championships course, which will be held on the same roads as stage two of the Tour de Yorkshire.
For the first time ever, the two-day Tour de Yorkshire Women’s Race will feature exactly the same route as stages two and three of the men’s race.



Stage one, Doncaster – Selby (178.5km) – May 2

The opening stage of the race will be a 178.5km run from Doncaster to Selby.
Just one climb on the opening day, the 1.9km long Côte de Baggaby Hill, which averages 4.6 per cent, so expect a sprint finish.

Stage two, Barnsley – Bedale (132km) – May 3

This stage  takes on some of the same roads as the 2019 World Championships route. The peloton will take on the first of five new climbs on this year’s route – the Côte de Lindley. Tour de Yorkshire organisers have added an intermediate sprint along Parliament Street where the Worlds finish line will be, giving riders a unique chance to recce the course under race conditions. This route will also be the exact same setting for stage one of the Tour de Yorkshire Women’s Race .

Stage three, Bridlington – Scarborough (132km) – May 4

Riders will take on the North York Moors National Park over 132km.

Passing through the now familiar territory of Robin Hood’s Bay, the peloton then hits the Côte de Hooks House Farm and on to Whitby.
Spectacular views will then follow on the approach to Sansend, where the Côte de Lythe Bank awaits.
After summiting that climb, the Côtes de Grosmont and Ugglebarnby are just 7km apart. It will be a fast finish down into Scarborough, where the race wil head around the castle walls and on to the finish along North Bay.

This will also be the final day of racing for the women’s peloton.

Stage four, Halifax – Leeds (175km) – May 5

The final day will be decisive as the peloton heads into the home of the famous literary Brönte family.
Haworth’s cobbles streets will feature again but the real climbing follows on the Côte de Goose Eye.

The race finally sweeps into the outskirts of Leeds for one last intermediate sprint, before the finish in the centre of the city.

The TdY has something for everyone – the sprinters will get their chance to shine while the Classics specialists and climbers will also have opportunities to make their mark.

Finally, just a mention of the handful of big names taking part.  #ccc Greg van Avermaet, Serge Pauwels. #sky (cough cough) Chris Froome.  #didata Mark Cavendish.  #katusha Marcel Kittel.  #cofidis Stéphane Rossetto.  #total Lilian Calmejane, Johnathan Hivert.
Are the pick of a rather disappointing startlist, given what will be taking place here, later in the year.
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    All stages of both races will be televised live, from start to finish on ITV 4. Here are the live timings for the UK.

    Thursday, May 3
    13.45-18.45, Men’s stage one LIVE, ITV4
    16.00-18.30, Men’s stage one LIVE, Eurosport 2


    Friday, May 4
    08.30-13.00, Women’s Stage one LIVE, ITV4
    14.15-18.30, Men’s stage two LIVE, ITV4


    Saturday, May 5
    08.55-12.45, Women’s stage two LIVE, ITV4
    13.00-18.00, Men's stage three LIVE, ITV4
    16.15-17.15, Men's stage three LIVE, Eurosport 2


    Sunday, May 6
    12.00-17.30, Stage four LIVE, ITV4

    So, looking around to see if there are any ITV 4 stream floating about that might work for the race, outside the UK, I've found this one which works for me.

    https://www.filmon.com/tv/itv4

     If somebody from outside the UK could check it out and see if it works......

    Filmon ITV 4 from other sources.

    http://www.freeintertv.com/view/id-2120

    http://uk.play.tv/live-tv/368/itv4/
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    5th Tour de Yorkshire May 2nd-5th 2019


    Finally, just a mention of the handful of big names taking part.  #ccc Greg van Avermaet, Serge Pauwels. #sky (cough cough) Chris Froome.  #didata Mark Cavendish.  #katusha Marcel Kittel.  #cofidis Stéphane Rossetto.  #total Lilian Calmejane, Johnathan Hivert.
    Are the pick of a rather disappointing startlist, given what will be taking place here, later in the year.

    Yeah, big names, Froome, Cavendish and Kittel certainly are and the two latter actually have something to prove this season so far, but there are some new names on the list that can shake up the WT teams:
    #wiggins Thomas Pidcock - because cyclocross aces are all the rage in the classics this year
    #riwal Aleksander Kamp - a very solid rider on this type of terrain and I think he can be the Dane to watch this year, with King Cort not showing up.
    #axeon Kevin Vermaerke  - just off from the U23 LBL win, he is in great shape.

    - adding these in case Kittel and Cavendish have nothing to show
    #katusha Harry Tanfield - every race needs a local hero?
    #katusha Rick Zabel - usually good at this time of the year, surprised he is not in Frankfurt
    #didata Rasmus Tiller - also a good rider suited for the terrain, not unlike Kamp but not so fast on the climbs
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    This years race doesn't look as hard as it has in the past. Is that just me missing some things in the profile or is it easier than it has been in the past.
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    So, looking around to see if there are any ITV 4 stream floating about that might work for the race, outside the UK, I've found this one which works for me.

    https://www.filmon.com/tv/itv4

     If somebody from outside the UK could check it out and see if it works......

    Huh, I've no idea what that even is, but it's streaming just fine for me at the moment.  :cool

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    This years race doesn't look as hard as it has in the past. Is that just me missing some things in the profile or is it easier than it has been in the past.

    Now can you make it possible for «homeboy» #didata Cavendish to win stages with last year´s winner #ccc van Avermaet present if the stages are small L-B-Ls and studded with cobbles?

    This happens everywhere in the world of pro cycling for second tier races in the presence of a local star: the races are made for them. (Check Edvald Boasson Hagen and Tour of Norway for comparison.)
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    https://www.filmon.com/tv/itv4

     If somebody from outside the UK could check it out and see if it works......
    Yup, that works! :cool

    And apparently, the feeds (including the women's race) will also be sent out on Eurosport Player. :)
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     Not that it was fine at the start of the race, but the weather deteriorated during the stage, as did the chase of a determined break. Despite Jacob Hennessy sitting up and returning to the pack, after nabbing the  #kom  jersey, there was no discernible loss of horse power, up front. The same could not be said of the two teams who took responsibility for the chase:  #didata and  #ineos. When the latter eventually ran out of men, very late in the stage, things stalled until  #katusha made a very brief appearance at the front.
    With the breakaway now finessing eachother under the flamme rouge, a  #ccc took a flyer from the bunch, this in turn stimulated a reaction and the gap closed from seconds to metres.
    Jesper Asselmann, #roompot  ever watchful, timed his sprint to perfection, hitting the line as the others were swamped by the charge behind.
      #cofidis and  #vital should be kicking themselves for expecting an armchair ride to the finish, never doing a turn on the front and finishing second and third. Not the first time have I noticed this odd work ethic from French teams.
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    Great to see Asselman get the jersey, I do love a good breakaway upset :D
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    This is the only clip I could come up with. Raw feed, no commentary.



    But what's with those damn flags getting caught in the handlebars?! It's a near-perfect reenactment of  #deceuninck  Fabio Jakobsen's Stage 3 victory at the Tour of Turkey.
    (But Fabs had the better flag toss.)  :P

    @6:40


    Now this is most puzzling to me. I know that he definitively, and victoriously, threw that flag to the ground, but now that clip fades out before he does it. I'm also fairly certain that this is the only place I saw that finish.
    :slow

    Maybe a short clip was circulating on Twitter?
    Hmmm...
    https://www.facebook.com/globalcyclingnetwork/videos/fabio-jakobsen-tour-of-turkey-stage-3-sprint/347402325908939/
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    #roompot Asselman won yesterday already? He was my stealth pick for today, because he is the king of chaos in the rain and a very sneaky tactictician :) Previous stage I remember him from was the Tour des Fjords 2016, stage 1 i think it was, which featured a «test lap» of the circuit course for the 2017 Bergen world championship road race course. Asselman won by sending the peloton into a tunnel going in the wrong direction, sneaked out a side exit and got back onto the course with a few other riders.
    I was roadside, on the «salmon hill» climb. The weather was absolutely horrible, it was pouring down true Bergen style, and the peloton chasing Asselman, all with «this is not fun» faces - so obvious, I would have laughed my ass off, if I had any knowledge of what had happened. Unfortunately our TV setup had to be shut down and removed because of the rain, so we only noticed that it tok a very long time for the cyclists to appear. The peloton, led by #katusha Kristoff´s now famous domestique Nils Politt, couldn´t claw Asselman back in time, it was only 1 lap on the worlds course, and he defeated the rest of the away-sneakers in the sprint.

    So, with this little anecdote - watch out for #roompot Asselman today too! Are there any good opportunities for tricking the peloton into a tunnel on the Worlds course?
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    Could someone fix the link in the Yorkshire chat so that the Race Thread link leads here and not to the Liege thread?  :)
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    Sudden, heavy rains at just under 5 km added some drama to today's stage. It appeared that the roads were dry for the finale though, and luckily there was only one crash in the final meters (was that Ethan Hayter?). He had a fair bit of road rash on his shoulder afterward, and during the crash itself it looked like the side of his head/helmet met the pavement quite convincingly. But he seemed to be relatively OK.

    Dimension  #didata looked the days of old in the final couple of Ks. Eisel, leading Crenshaw, leading Cavendish—that used to spell the end for their rivals. Even as a rider tried to sneak through the side, Cav held his position with confidence (and a bit of shoulder & elbow) that seemed to indicate strong form and determination. But then Cav seemed to lose Crenshaw's wheel, and the lot of them looked like they threw in the towel with a few hundred meters to go. If not here, on home soil (for Mark, at least), with a solid lead out, then I don't expect to see much out of that train in the future. How the tides have changed.

    Rick Zabel  #katusha had the necessary power and the freshest legs on what was an elusively punchy little rise just before the finish. He seemed to surprise even himself, based on his post-race interview. A well-timed effort though, that gave him a deserved win.

    Question:
    Why so little love for this race? CN didn't offer a live report, and even their official race page doesn't even include the start list? Being on British soil, shouldn't this be garnering more attention from them? Or is it deliberate for some reason?

    The usual Twitterati were completely absent today as well (at least as far as the characters I usually keep track of).

    And, um, there seemed to be a conspicuous absent here from Veloroom's own British contingent. :slow

    Roadside, with ale in hand, were we?

    Just curious.
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    Sudden, heavy rains at just under 5 km added some drama to today's stage.

    ...which leads me to grabbing the chance to post this great from yesterday ;)



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     What to say about today's stage? Not a lot really. Partly because it's Friday night, but mostly because not a great deal happened in either race. Both ended in bunch sprints and both had a bit of a surprise winner, although the men, not so much, given that there was an element of the power sprint about it. The weather remains very unpleasant.

    Women's result:



    Men's result:
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    https://twitter.com/inrng/status/1124730801197920257

    Those "barriers" don't look very water-resistant.  :D
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    Nice to see #riwal Kamp beating  #ineos Lawless who apparently had only Doull as lead out as Froome was seen chatting to Dunbar at the back.

     #riwal rode strong, deserved win and I hope Kamp wins the race tomorrow.
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     Saturday night, so I'm just going to post the results.
    Unlike in Romandie, the foul weather played a positive roll in toughing up already testing parcour, causing the women's peloton to implode on the first climb, and the men's peloton to splinter further on up the road, in the crosswinds.

    Women's Stage result:


    Final GC:


    Men's result:


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    HUGE STAGE! Just finished watching and the final 50 km or so (from where they started splitting up the peloton in the crosswinds) is very much worth seeing. #ineos[1] #ccc and ..... the new kids on the block #riwal made the race, and I have never seen #riwal racing better than they did today, fantastic team effort with Vinjebo and Hagen at the front for long kilometres, sharing duties with the world tour crews.

    Even better when #riwal Alexander Kamp started his sprint late off #didata Rasmus Tiller's wheel and reeled in the victory!  :boom

    oh wait, it wasn't that unexpected, just read this stuff some guy posted higher up in the thread:
    ...
    #riwal Aleksander Kamp - a very solid rider on this type of terrain and I think he can be the Dane to watch this year, with King Cort not showing up.
    #axeon Kevin Vermaerke  - just off from the U23 LBL win, he is in great shape.

    - adding these in case Kittel and Cavendish have nothing to show
    ....
    #katusha Rick Zabel - usually good at this time of the year, surprised he is not in Frankfurt
    #didata Rasmus Tiller - also a good rider suited for the terrain, not unlike Kamp but not so fast on the climbs

    However, the most positive thing here for me is the breakthrough for our Scandinavian pro-conti team #riwal as a team. (OK, it is a *dk Danish team but they have 1 *se Swede and 2 *no Norwegians + 1 the one and only pro cyclists from the Faroe Isles *fo on the team).

    PS: the site were #blue #roompot Jesper Asselman did cyclocross today was the same place were Geraint Thomas (who else) Ben Swift went down in the first edition. Almost the entire Sky team was going down there but Lars Petter Nordhaug and one more guy stayed on thttp://velorooms.com/index.php?action=post;msg=2248338;topic=9305.0heir feet, winning the stage and held on  to the lead to win the first edition's GC.

    EDIT: my internal storage works this way IF captain_down = TRUE AND team = SKY THEN captain_name = THOMAS but that was actually wrong on this occasion, as MV pointed out. It was Swift. and the other Sky cyclist that escaped with Nordhaug to play 1-2 in the finale was Deignan. (I checked the results list at first cycling now.

    BLAME: Late saturday night, so I shouldn't have posted?  :angel :lol :P 
     1. (if they get a jersey soon  :angel)
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    PS: the site were #blue #roompot Jesper Asselman did cyclocross today was the same place were Geraint Thomas (who else) went down in the first edition. Almost the entire Sky team was going down there but Lars Petter Nordhaug and one more guy stayed on their feet, winning the stage and held on  to the lead to win the first edition's GC .

     Who else? I think you will find it was Ben Swift. :D ;)
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    Who else? I think you will find it was Ben Swift. :D ;)

    I stand corrected....

    anyway the Vikings will keep Jorvik and the surroundings this time  :P Surrender!  :lol

    https://twitter.com/AlexanderKamp1/status/1124952131960745984
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    I am greatly disappointed to report that in the end, the Vikings were thrown back into the sea, to where they came from.
    #riwal Alexander Kamp folded completely on the last kilometers after what looked like gradually realizing he and his team were being outsmarted by the cunning stage race tactics of the Inean veterans.

    Today's stage was mostly run on empty until about 100 kilometers remaining, when #ineos Basso decided to accelrate across the the windswept top of a moor after some near-vertical climbing was undertaken at moderate speeds. The race didn't really ever slow down afterwards, but this first attempt did not manage to split the peloton.

    More serious damage was being dealt by #riwal on a later climb, they shed about half of the remaining peloton. However, it didn't really get serious until the penultimate climb when #ineos Froome upped the pace considerably. Very few could follow the accelration, but it was made for #ineos Dunbar to attack once the other followers were choking. #riwal Alexander Kamp was one of these, and Chris Lawless too - but he dropped early, while Kamp followed almost to the top. That might have cost him too much.

    In the remaining approx 15 km Dunbar rode TT but was eventually caught by #ccc van Avermaet and #ineos Lawless, who seemed to agree on stage and GC positions. Even if the chase was a little threatening, it was just not strong enough close the gap - perhaps because of trying to follow Froome's accelration?

    Stage results:


    And the final GC: 
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    However, the most positive thing here for me is the breakthrough for our Scandinavian pro-conti team #riwal as a team. (OK, it is a *dk Danish team but they have 1 *se Swede and 2 *no Norwegians + 1 the one and only pro cyclists from the Faroe Isles *fo on the team).
    Two *se Swedes - Lucas Eriksson and Kim Magnusson! :shh

    EDIT: Ah, you meant one Swede at this race. Nevermind. :)
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    I quite enjoyed this edition though perhaps a bit less than last year's. I was there as a spectator too and it was freezing on top of the high ground. Here are a couple of pics:



    That stem stare... Nice shoe game though :D



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    I was there as a spectator too.

    I had been wondering and asking about just that!

    Which begs another question: Have you ridden any of the roads for the Worlds course, or any of the terrain that was featured in that final stage? Some beautiful and inspiring scenes depicted there.

    And for that matter: Are you planning on attending the World Championships?
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    I had been wondering and asking about just that!

    Which begs another question: Have you ridden any of the roads for the Worlds course, or any of the terrain that was featured in that final stage? Some beautiful and inspiring scenes depicted there.

    And for that matter: Are you planning on attending the World Championships?

    Well, there are a lot of questions there. :)

    I grew up in Yorkshire, specifically that part of it, so most of the roads are very familiar to me, just as they were when the Tour passed through. I have ridden more or less all of the Worlds course at different times except for parts of the finishing circuit since much of it is in a busy town centre.

    I think we learned a lesson with the Leeds Classic which was always a bit too long and too hard for a post-Tour one-dayer and the Worlds route looks like a bit of a throwback to those days. It is however later on in the year and more is at stake. But I don't see much happening in the Elite Men's race before the race reaches the circuit, a BOTD to chase down and then there will be some splits. I think there won't be a whole lot of finishers.

    I was planning to go there - it's one of those once-in-a-lifetime opportunities, after all, and I missed the Tour - but unfortunately stuff has happened recently IRL that will now probably render it impossible. It's a shame, really, but there it is.
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