Dubai Tour 2015 Route stage 4: Marine Club - Burj Khalifa
Saturday, February 7, 2015 – No desert today, only bright city streets. In 128 kilometres riders cruise through the suburbs of Dubai to arrive at the prestigious Burj Khalifa.
At 829.8 metres Burj Khalifa is the tallest skyscraper in the world, in fact it is the tallest man-made structure in the world. A perfect spot for the fastest cyclist in the world to show his strength.
The final stage of the 2014 Dubai Tour ended at Burj Khalifa also. It was Marcel Kittel taking his third victory in a row. Fun for the German and acid for Mark Cavendish. The Brit also participated in Dubai and was nowhere to be seen when it came to winning. Maybe edition 2015 serves him better.
The stage-winner takes 10 bonus-seconds, while number two and three receive 6 and 4 bonus-seconds. Stage 4 brings one intermediate sprint with which to win 3, 2 and 1 second.
The finish is expected around 15:30 local time.
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