The Tour de Suisse ends three weeks before the Tour de France starts and, along with the Critérium du Dauphine, the race is seen as an ideal race to test the shape before the July showdown. Edition 82 sets off with an TTT in Frauenfeld on Saturday, the 9th of June 2018, while race will finish with an ITT in Bellinzona on Sunday the 17th of June. The Tour de Suisse typically takes in a mix of time trials, hilly stages, and a few days of action in the high mountains.
Read about the route of the 2018 Tour de Suisse.
Simon Spilak won the 2017 edition of the race, while Damiano Caruso and Steven Kruijswijk rounded out the podium.
Tour de Suisse 2018: Stages
|1||Sa 9-6||Frauenfeld – Frauenfeld||TTT|
|2||Su 10-6||Frauenfeld – Frauenfeld||criterium|
|3||Mo 11-6||Obertammheim – Gansingen|
|4||Tu 12-6||Gansingen – Gstaad|
|5||We 13-6||Gastaad – Leukerbad|
|6||Th 14-6||Fiesch – Gommiswald|
|7||Fr 15-6||Eschembach/Atzmännig – Arosa||mountains|
|8||Sa 16-6||Bellinzona – Bellinzona||criterium|
|9||Su 17-6||Bellinzona – Bellinzona||ITT|
Tour de Suisse 2018: Route maps, videos, and more
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