Tour de Romandie 2022: The Route

Tour de Romandie 2022 RouteThe Tour de Romandie started on Tuesday 26 April with a prologue and finished on Sunday 1 May with an ITT for climbers.

The 6-day stages race in the French-speaking part of Switzerland opens with a flat prologue of 5.12 kilometres before stage 1 is played out on a lumpy route with a steep final kilometre.

Stage 2 looks promising for fast men who do not shy away from on occasional climb, while the 3rd stage seems to be designed for the breakaway to succeed. The route goes up and down from start to finish, but the climbs are neither long nor steep.

Saturday’s Queen Stage is something else entirely. After a flat opening the route serves roughly 4,100 vertical metres in 130 kilometres of action. The climb to the line adds up to approximately 30 kilometres.

The last race is suited for climbers who like to ride alone. Stage 5 is a 15.8 kilometres ITT with a flat start before the last 9.9 kilometres go up at 8%.

Tour de Romandie 2022: route, profiles, more

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