Start and finish times for the Tour de Yorkshire race in May have been announced by organisers.
Stage one from Bridlington to Scarborough will have a ceremonial start at 11:45 BST on South Marine Drive outside the Bridlington Spa.
The cyclists will ride 5km (3.1 miles) before the official race start at Sewerby at 12:00.
There will be over 500km (310 miles) of racing through Yorkshire between 1 and 3 May.
Stage one will finish between 16:00 and 16:30 on Royal Albert Drive in Scarborough.
Stage two will begin at 11:20 outside Selby Abbey and finish between 15:30 and 16:00 on Knavesmire Road in York.
The final stage will start at 12:15 outside Wakefield Cathedral and end between 16:30 and 17:00 at Roundhay Park in Leeds.
Gary Verity, chief executive of organisers Welcome to Yorkshire, said: "This is going to be an extremely exciting three days for Yorkshire.
"Fans, spectators and businesses can now begin to plan their weekend, where to watch and how to get the best out of the event."
Stage one, Friday 1 May
11:45 - Ceremonial start at South Marine Drive, Bridlington
12:00 - Official start at Sewerby
13:15 - Dalby Forest King of the Mountains climb
13:40 - Pickering sprint
14:08 - Rosedale Abbey King of the Mountains climb
14:52 - Grosmont King of the Mountains climb
15:09 - Whitby sprint
16:00 - Race finish on Royal Albert Drive in Scarborough
Stage two, Saturday 2 May
11:20 - Ceremonial start outside Selby Abbey
11:45 - Official start outside Selby on the A163
12:30 - North Newbald King of the Mountains climb
13:23 - Wetwang sprint
13:29 - Fimber King of the Mountains climb
14:40 - York sprint, followed by two laps of the city
15:30 - Race finish at Knavesmire Road, York
Stage three, Sunday 3 May
12:15 - Ceremonial start outside Wakefield Cathedral
12:30 - Official start at Agbrigg Road on the A61
13:28 - Holmfirth King of the Mountains climb
13:51 - Scapegoat King of the Mountains climb
14:48 - Hebden Bridge King of the Mountains climb
15:11 - Goose Eye King of the Mountains climb
15:39 - Ilkley sprint
15:42 - Cow & Calf King of the Mountains climb
15:59 - Chevin King of the Mountains climb
16:12 - Arthington sprint
16:30 - Race finish at Roundhay Park in Leeds