The 46th edition starts on Monday 17 April Rattenberg, Austria, to finish on Friday the 21st in Brunico, Italy. The mountainous race – the elevation sums up to roughly 14,000 metres – serves its Queen Stage on Thursday, when the riders are to conquer more than 3,600 metres of climbing. (Slideshow route/profile)
Read more about the route of the 2023 Tour of the Alps.
Romain Bardet is title holder. The Frenchman won last year’s race ahead of Michael Storer and Thymen Arensman.
Another interesting read: winners and records in the Tour of the Alps.
Please click on the links in below scheme for in-depth information on the individual stages.
Tour of the Alps 2023 stages:
|date||start – finish||km||type||results||winner||leader|
|1||17-4||Tour of the Alps 2023 stage 1 Rattenberg – Alpbach||127.5||hills|
|2||18-4||Tour of the Alps 2023 stage 2 Reith im Alpbachtal – Renon||165.2||mountains|
|3||19-4||Tour of the Alps 2023 stage 3 Renon – Brentonico San Valentino||162.5||mountains|
|4||20-4||Tour of the Alps 2023 stage 4 Rovereto – Predazzo||152.9||mountains|
|5||21-4||Tour of the Alps 2023 stage 5 Cavalese – Brunico||144.5||mountains|
Tour of the Alps 2023: route, profiles, more
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