British road and track racing cyclist who has competed for the professional team Orica Bike Exchange. He competed in the Tour de France in 2015 where he finished 7th and in 2016 where he finished 4th.
He and his twin brother would attend Manchester Velodrome track sessions, which were run by his father's cycling club, Bury Clarion, and he started riding from there.
He finished in first place amongst young riders at the Tour de France in 2016.
He was born in Bury, UK. He has a twin brother named Simon Yates who's also a road and track racing cyclist.
He competed with Tour de France 2016 winner Chris Froome.