The 2nd stage includes three identical rounds of 53.2 kilometres. The Schallenberg is crested 21.1 kilometres into each lap and straight after the descent it goes back up again on the Chuderhüsi Pass, which is crested at kilometre 33.4. The route drops down to Langnau for a passage on the line after 53.2 kilometres.
The circuit is situated south of Langnau.
Last year’s 2nd stage was a criterium race with a similar profile. At the end of the day, Peter Sagan outsprinted Fernando Gaviria and Nathan Haas on the line in Frauenfeld. It was his sixteenth stage win on the Tour de Suisse, which is a record.
Another interesting read: results/race report 2nd stage 2019 Tour de Suisse.
Tour de Suisse 2019 stage 2: route, profile, videos
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