Edition 21 of the Tour Down Under is held from Tuesday, 15 January, to Sunday, 20 January 2019. The start is in Adelaide, but the traditional circuit-race finish in Adelaide has been removed in favour of the Willunga Hill stage on the final day of action. Moving the Queen Stage to the final Sunday should pep up the race and keep the GC battle exciting until the last day. All six stages are competed in South Australia. (Slideshow route/profile)
Read more about the route of the 2019 Tour Down Under.
Daryl Impey is title holder. In 2018, the podium was rounded out by Richie Porte and Tom-Jelte Slagter.
Click on the links in underneath scheme for route details of individual stages.
Tour Down Under 2019 stages:
|1||Tu 15-1||Tour Down Under 2019 route 1st stage North Adelaide – Port Adelaide||132.4 km||flat|
|2||We 16-1||Tour Down Under 2019 route 2nd stage Norwood – Angaston||149.0 km||flat|
|3||Th 17-1||Tour Down Under 2019 route 3rd stage Lobethal – Uraidla||146.2 km||hills|
|4||Fr 18-1||Tour Down Under 2019 route 4th stage Unley – Campbelltown||129.2 km||hills|
|5||Sa 19-1||Tour Down Under 2019 route 5th stage Glenelg – Strathalbyn||149.5 km||hills|
|6||Su 20-1||Tour Down Under 2019 route 6th stage McLaren Vale – Willunga Hill||151.5 km||hills|
Tour Down Under 2019: Route maps, height profiles, and more
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Route and profiel 1st stage
Route and profile 2nd stage
Route and profile 3rd stage
Route and profile 4th stage
Route and profile 5th stage
Route and profile 6th stage
Port Adelaide and Willunga Hill at Google maps