From 11 to 13 June 2021, all eyes in Switzerland will be on Andermatt, Sedrun and Disentis, where Tour de Suisse races will be held over three days. The multi-stage contest is the country’s biggest, most popular sporting event.
12 and 13 June 2021
Tour de Suisse:
The Tour de Suisse has been Switzerland’s most important cycling race since 1933. Each year, more than one million viewers follow the tour from the roadside. Its eight stages travel through all parts of Switzerland, covering 1,300 kilometres and a change in elevation of 17,500 metres. The Tour de Suisse, which is part of the UCI World Tour, is the world’s fourth biggest professional cycling race. The 84th Tour de Suisse will be held in 2021.
Final stage in Andermatt
The 2021 Tour starts on June 6 in Frauenfeld and will pass through Andermatt, Sedrun and Disentis on the following dates: Friday, June 11: Fiesch-Disentis/Sedrun stage
Saturday, June 12: Time trial from Sedrun to Andermatt
Sunday, June 13: Queen stage (start and finish in Andermatt) and conclusion of the Tour de Suisse. The finish line in Andermatt will be located near the Gemsstock valley station.
More information here.
Photocredit: ©Tds/sambuchli 2019