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2016 SEASON UPDATE SCHEDULE
Note: Schedule is subject to change

 


 January

 17: Peoples Choice Classic, 50kms (Australia)


  19-24: Santos Tour Down Under (Australia);

 

 February

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 3-7: Herald Sun Tour;

 

 27: Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, 200kms (Belgium)

 28: Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne, 200kms (Belgium)

 March

 6-13: Paris-Nice (France);

  • Prologue: Conflans-St Honorine > Conflans-St Honorine, 6.1kms (ITT)
  • Stage 1: Condé-sur-Vesgre > Vendome, 195kms
  • Stage 2: Contres > Commentry, 214kms
  • Stage 3: Cusset > Mont Brouilly, 165kms
  • Stage 4: Julienas > Romans-sur-Isére, 194kms
  • Stage 5: Saint-Paul-Trois-Chateaux > Salon-de-Provence, 198kms
  • Stage 6: Nice > La Madone d'Utelle, 177kms
  • Stage 7: Nice > Nice, 141kms

 19: Milan - San Remo, 293kms (Italy)

 25: E3 Harelbeke 200kms (Belgium)

 27: Ghent-Wevelgem, 200kms (Belgium)

 April

  3: Tour of Flanders, 265kms (Belgium)

  10: Paris-Roubaix, 253kms (France)

  17: Amstel Gold, 255kms (The Netherlands)


  20: Fleche Walllonne, 205kms (Belgium)

  24: Liege-Bastogne-Liege, 260kms (Belgium)


  26-May 1: Tour de Romandie (Switzerland);

  • Prologue: La Chaux-de-Fonds > La Chaux-de-Fonds, 3.95kms (ITT)
  • Stage 1: La Chaux-de-Fonds > Moudon, 170kms
  • Stage 2: Moudon > Morgins, 174kms
  • Stage 3: Sion > Sion, 15.11kms (ITT)
  • Stage 4: Conthey > Villars-sur-Ollon, 173kms
  • Stage 5: Ollon > Geneva, 172kms

 May

 6-29: Giro d'Italia;

  • Stage 1: Apeldoorn > Apeldoorn, 9.8kms (ITT)
  • Stage 2: Arnhem > Nijmegen, 190kms
  • Stage 3: Nijmegen > Arnhem, 189kms
  • Stage 4: Catanzaro > Praia a Mare, 191kms
  • Stage 5: Praia a Mare > Benevento, 233kms
  • Stage 6: Ponte > Roccaraso, 165kms
  • Stage 7: Sulmona > Foligno, 210kms
  • Stage 8: Foligno > Arezzo, 169kms
  • Stage 9: Radda in Chianti > Greve in Chianti, 40.4kms (ITT)
  • Stage 10: Campi Bisenzio > Sestola, 216kms
  • Stage 11: Modena > Asolo, 212kms
  • Stage 12: Noale > Bibione, 168kms
  • Stage 13: Palmanova > Cividale del Friuli, 161kms
  • Stage 14: Alpago > Corvara, 210kms
  • Stage 15: Castelrotto : Alpe de Siusi, 10.8kms (ITT)
  • Stage 16: Bressanone > Andola, 133kms
  • Stage 17: Molveno > Cassano d' Adda, 196kms
  • Stage 18: Muggio > Pinerolo, 234kms
  • Stage 19: Pinerolo > Risoul, 161kms
  • Stage 20: Guillestre > Sant'Anna di Vinadio, 134kms
  • Stage 21: Cuneo > Turin, 150kms

 June

 5-12: Dauphiné-Libéré;

  • Stage 1:
  • Stage 2:
  • Stage 3:
  • Stage 4:
  • Stage 5:
  • Stage 6:
  • Stage 7:
  • Stage 8:

 

 

 11-19: Tour of Switzerland

  • Stage 1: Baar > Baar, (ITT)
  • Stage 2: Baar > Baar,
  • Stage 3: Grosswangen > Rheinfelden,
  • Stage 4: Rheinfelden > Champagne,
  • Stage 5: Brig > Cari,
  • Stage 6: Weesen > Amden,
  • Stage 7: Arbon > Solden,
  • Stage 8: Davos > Davos,
  • Stage 9: Davos > Davos,

July

 2-24: July: Tour de France

  • Stage 1: Mont-St-Michel > Utah Beach, 188kms
  • Stage 2: Saint Lo > Cherbourg, 182kms
  • Stage 3: Granville > Angers, 222kms
  • Stage 4: Saumur - Limoges, 232kms
  • Stage 5: Limoges > Le Lioran, 216kms
  • Stage 6: Arpajon-sur-Cére > Montauban, 187kms
  • Stage 7: L'Isle-Jourdain - Lac de Payolle, 162kms
  • Stage 8: Pau > Bagnéres-du-Luchon, 183kms
  • Stage 9: Vielha > Andorra-Arcalis, 184kms
  • Stage 10: Andorra > Revel, 198kms
  • Stage 11: Carcassonne > Montpellier, 164kms
  • Stage 12: Montpellier > Mont Ventoux, 185kms
  • Stage 13: Bourg-Saint-Andéol > Pont d'Arc, 37kms (ITT)
  • Stage 14: Montelimar > Villars-les-Dombs, 208kms
  • Stage 15: Bourg-en-Bresse > Culoz, 159kms
  • Stage 16: Moirans-en-Montagne > Bern, 206kms
  • Stage 17: Bern > Finhaut-Emosson, 184kms
  • Stage 18: Sallanches > Megeve, 17kms (ITT)
  • Stage 19: Albertville > St Gervais, 146kms
  • Stage 20: Megéve > Morzine, 146kms
  • Stage 21: Chantilly > Paris, 113kms

 

August

 6-21: XXX1 Olympic Games (Brazil);

  • Mens Road Race,
  • Womens Road Race
  • Womens TT
  • Mens TT

  20-11 September: Vuelta a España;

  • Stage 1: Ourense > Ourense, 29.4kms (TTT)
  • Stage 2: Ourense > Baiona, 159kms
  • Stage 3: Marin > Mirador de Ezaro, 170kms
  • Stage 4: Betansoz > San Andres de Teixido, 161kms
  • Stage 5: Viveiro > Lugo, 170kms
  • Stage 6: Monfort de Lemos > Luintra, 161kms
  • Stage 7: Maceda > Puebla de Sanabria, 158kms
  • Stage 8: Villalpando > La Camperona, 177kms
  • Stage 9: Cistierna > Alto del Naranco, 165kms
  • Stage 10: Lugones > Lagos de Covadonga, 187kms
  • Stage 11: Colunga > Peña de Cabarga, 169kms
  • Stage 12: Los Corrales del Buelna > Bilbao, 193kms
  • Stage 13: Bilbao > Urdax-Dantxarinea, 213kms
  • Stage 14: Urdax-Dantxarinea > Col d'Aubisque, 195kms
  • Stage 15: Sabiñanigo > Sallent de Gallego/Formigal, 120kms
  • Stage 16: Alcañiz > Peñiscola, 158kms
  • Stage 17: Castellon > Llucena, 173kms
  • Stage 18: Requena > Gandia, 191kms
  • Stage 19: Xabia > Calpe, 29kms
  • Stage 20: Benidorm > Alto de Aitana, 184kms
  • Stage 21: Las Rozas > Madrid, 102kms

September

19-25: Eneco Tour (Belgium/The Netherlands)

  • Prologue
  • Stage 1:
  • Stage 2:
  • Stage 3:
  • Stage 4:
  • Stage 5:
  • Stage 6:

October

1: Il Lombardia, 246kms (Italy)

9-16: UCI World Road Championships (Qatar);

  • Elite Womens TTT
  • Elite Mens TTT
  • Elite Womens TT
  • Elite Mens TT
  • Elite Womens Road Race
  • Elite Mens Road Race

 

 



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