The 84th edition of the Tour de Suisse starts on Sunday 6 June with an ITT in Frauenfeld, while the Alpine region of Andermatt is set to host the race’s decisive second weekend. The GC battle probably will be raging from stage 5 onward, while the decisive last test is scheduled for Sunday 13 June. (Slideshow route/profile)
The 7th stage will be a mountain time trial over the Oberalp Pass to Andermatt. Sunday’s Queen Stage tackles the passes Furka, Grimsel and Susten before descending into Wassen. The route then climbs through the picturesque Schöllenen Gorge to Andermatt.
Egan Bernal the 2019 Tour de Suisse before he continued his winning streak at the Tour de France. The 2020 edition was cancelled due to the spread of the coronavirus.
Another interesting read: records & winners Tour de Suisse.
Tour de Suisse 2021: stages
|1||6-6||Frauenfeld – Frauenfeld||10.9||ITT|
|2||7-6||Neuhausen – Lachen||179.0||hills|
|3||8-6||Lachen – Pfaffnau||186.6||hills|
|4||9-6||St. Urban – Gstaad||?||hills|
|5||10-6||Gstaad – Leukerbad||?||mountains|
|6||11-6||Fiesch – Sedrun||162.1||mountains|
|7||12-6||Sedrun – Andermatt||23.2||ITT|
|8||13-6||Andermatt – Andermatt||118.4||mountains|
Tour de Suisse 2021: route, profiles, videos
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