The finale of the 2nd stage looks promising for the punchy sprinters in the peloton. Two short climbs inside the last 13 kilometres make way for a flat finale.
It’s back to the chrono specialist on the fourth day of action. Stage 3 is a 19 kilometres ITT featuring a 6 kilometres climb at roughly 5%.
The Queen Stage is played out on a 161.3 kilometres route with an elevation gain of 4,157 metres. The finish climb adds up to 20.7 kilometres and the average gradient sits at 7.7%.
The last stage of the Tour de Romandie is a lumpy endeavour from Vufflens-la-Ville to Geneva. A bunch sprint or a successful are to be expected.
Tour de Romandie 2023: route, profiles, more
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