The 73rd Tour de Romandie starts on April 30, 2019 and is for some Giro GC contenders the dress rehearsal (e.g Primož Roglič, and Ilnur Zakarin). The total length of the six stages is 700 kilometers and this includes two time trials. First there is the the 3.9 kilometers prologue in Neuchâtel, and finally the last stage is a time trial of 20.7 from and to Genève. The most serious mountain stage is scheduled for Saturday May 4, a 176 kilometer long race from Lucens to Torgon with two climbs of the second category and three climbs of the first category, including the steep finish to Torgon.
Do not forget out to check out our Tour de Romandie race page.
- The predictions are generated for the riders on the preliminary startlist that we downloaded the 29th of April from Zweeler.
- Our predictions are based on quantitative models and are presented in hard tables instead of stories.
- We are continuously improving our prediction models and some type of predictions may be better than others (especially the classics/single day race algorithms have room for improvement).
- Always combine these cycling predictions with other information.
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