Tour de Yorkshire: Ed Clancy and Samuel Sanchez join race line-up
Olympic gold medallists Ed Clancy and Samuel Sanchez will join Sir Bradley Wiggins in the first Tour de Yorkshire.
Briton Clancy, 30, who won team pursuit gold medals in 2012 and 2008, and Spain's Sanchez, a gold medallist in 2008, will be racing in the May event.
The Tour will begin on 1 May with a stage from Bridlington to Scarborough, followed by Selby to York on 2 May, and then Wakefield to Leeds on 3 May.
Eleven-time Paralympic champion Dame Sarah Storey is in the women's event.
That race will take place on 2 May and consists of four 20km laps of a circuit in York. The full line-up for the women's race will be named on Tuesday, 21 April.
Wiggins, the 2012 Tour de France winner, will lead his own Team Wiggins developmental squad in the men's event after he leaves Team Sky in April.
The inaugural Tour de Yorkshire comes after the opening two stages of the 2014 Tour de France were held in the county.
Analysis: BBC Sport's Matt Slater
"Every new race on the already crowded calendar faces an uphill slog to establish itself. So the quality of the line-up for the inaugural Tour de Yorkshire is an encouraging testament to the excitement generated by last year's memorable Grand Depart.
"But there is one big name on the list the organisers might regret. BMC's Greg van Avermaet is a possible winner in Leeds but he is also under investigation for alleged doping offences in Belgium and may well be banned next month."
Key riders in the Tour de Yorkshire
SKY: Ben Swift, Chris Sutton, Bernie Eisel, Sebastian Henao, Nathan Earle
Giant-Alpecin: Marcel Kittel, Lawson Craddock, Bert de Backer, Lars van der Haar
IAM: Matteo Pelucchi
Lotto NL-Jumbo: Moreno Hofland, Maarten Tjallingii
BMC: Samuel Sanchez, Marcus Burghardt, Greg van Avermaet
Europcar: Tommy Voeckler, Cyril Gautier
Cofidis: Nicolas Edet, Julien Simon
Hardy Cult Energy Pro Cycling: Russ Downing, Linus Gerdemann
MTN-Qhubeka: Steve Cummings, Gerald Ciolek, Matt Brammeier
Topsport Vlaanderen-Baloise: Capiot Roompot Oranje Peloton: Kreder, Duijn
Team Wiggins: Wiggins, Owain Doull, John Dibben
Great Britain: Germain Burton, Gabriel Cullaigh, possibly Josh Edmondson (Yorkshire)
JLT Condor: Ed Clancy, Kristian House Madison Genesis: Erick Rowsell, Tom Scully
ONE Pro Cycling: Yanto Barker, Pete Williams
NFTO: Steele Von Hoff, Ian Bibby
Team Raleigh GAC: Steve Lampier, Ian Wilkinson