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Italia Bici 2004


Tour de Romandie - 2.HC

Switzerland, April 27 - May 2, 2004

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The Stages

  • Prologue - April 27: Genève, 3.4 km
  • Stage 1 - April 28: Yverdon-les-Bains - Yverdon-les-Bains, 172.5 km
  • Stage 2 - April 29: Romont - Romont, 156 km
  • Stage 3 - April 30: Romont-Morgins, 145 km
  • Stage 4 - May 1: Sion-Sion, 127 km
  • Stage 5 - May 2: Lausanne-Lausanne ITT, 20 km

(Almost) no point-to-point stages for TdR

This year's Tour de Romandie, which takes place between April 27 and May 2 in Switzerland, will only feature one point to point stage. All stages, save for stage 3, will start and finish in the same place, a rather radical concept for a major stage race.

The tour will start in Geneva with a 3.4 km prologue time trial and finish with a 20.4 km time trial in Lausanne. There will be one mountain top finish: stage 3 from Romont to the Morgins ski station, but the toughest stage looks to be stage 4, starting and finishing in Sion and including the climbs of Ovronnaz (1350m), Veysonnaz (1255m) and Crans-Montana (1545m). The total race distance will be 628 km.

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