Edition 83 of the Tour de Suisse ends two 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. The 2019 edition starts on Saturday 15 June with an ITT in Langden to finish with the Queen Stage on Sunday the 23th. Featuring two mountain stage and another ITT, the last weekend is probably going to be decisive. (Slideshow route/profile)
Read more about the route of the 2019 Tour de Suisse.
Richie Porte is title holder. He won last year’s GC ahead of Jakob Fuglsang and Nairo Quintana.
Tour de Suisse 2019 stages:
|1||Sa 15-6||Langnau – Langnau||9.5||ITT|
|2||Su 16-6||Langnau – Langnau||168.6||hills|
|3||Mo 17-6||Flamatt – Murten||162.3||hills|
|4||Tu 18-6||Murten – Arlesheim||163.9||hills|
|5||We 19-6||Münchenstein – Einsiedeln||177||hills|
|6||Th 20-6||Einsiedeln – Flumserberg||120.2||mountains|
|7||Fr 21-6||Unterterzen – Gotthard Pass||216.6||mountains|
|8||Sa 22-6||Goms – Goms||19.2||ITT|
|9||Su 23-6||Goms – Goms||144.4||mountains|
Tour de Suisse 2019: route map, videos, and more
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