The 167km race on Sunday May 3 will see cyclists speed through our area, revisiting some of the roads from last year's Tour de France.
Spectators are advised to line the roads or head to spectator points well in advance of the cyclists' arrival — so to make sure you don't miss out, follow our timings guide below.
When will the Tour de Yorkshire arrive in Holmfirth?
The cyclists are expected to arrive in Holmfirth (the A635-A6024 Woodhead Road section) at around 13:24. They will reach the A365-B6107 crossroads at around 13:28, followed by the Cote de Holmfirth
When will the Tour de Yorkshire arrive in Meltham?
The cyclists are due to arrive in Meltham at 13:31 before continuing to Marsden and Slaithwaite.
When will the Tour de Yorkshire arrive in Huddersfield?
The riders are expected to reach Marsden (the B6107-A62 section of the route) at around 13.40pm. They will reach Slaithwaite at around 13:45 before continiuing to Scapegoat Hill. The cyclists are expected to begin the Cote de Scapegoat climb at around 13:51 before continuing into Calderdale.
When will the Tour de Yorkshire arrive in Calderdale?
After continuing along the A640 and B6114, The Tour de Yorkshire riders are expected to reach Barkisland at 14:07 before continuing to Ripponden via the B6114, Stainland Road and the B6113.
The riders will reach Ripponden at around 14:13, and the crossroads of the A58 and B6138 at 14:25. From there they will head to Cragg Vale, arriving at around 14:34, then Mytholmroyd at 14:39.
They are expected to reach Hebden Bridge at around 14:42, tackling the Cote de Hebden Brodge from 14:48.
From there the race will continue to Oxenhope, Haworth, Addingham, Ilkley and Arthington, before speeding towards the finish line in Roundhay, Leeds.
Take a look at the Wakefield-Leeds leg of the Tour de Yorkshire in pictures: