TOP! Lukas Rüegg sprints to stage and overall second place in the Visit South Aegean Tour UCI 2.2

 

It was quite a job today on the final stage of the third Visit South Aegean Tour UCI 2.2 over 168 kilometers from Rhodes town to Salakos. And once again Colin Stüssi pushed the pace for his team colleagues on the undulating terrain. He pushed the pace on the climbs and got away with three riders. On the last lap, Stüssi was dropped and finished third in the overall mountain classification.

Lukas Rüegg: everything done right for the first podium of the season!

The uphill finale to Salakos was to Lukas Rüegg’s liking. The 27-year-old took the sprint early on and it looked like a Team Vorarlberg victory. However, the strong Norwegian Andre Drege (Team Coop-Repsol) has the faster legs today and wins just ahead of Rüegg.

Rüegg and Stehli in second and seventh place

Drege wins the overall classification. 17 seconds ahead of Lukas Rüegg. Third is the Italian Mattia Negrente (Astana). In seventh place with Felix Stehli (+23 sec) another Team Vorarlberg pro. Top job guys!

Result: https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/south-aegean-tour/2024/stage-2

Info Visits South Aegean Islands Tour: https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/south-aegean-tour/2024

Squad: Dominik Amann, Nikolas Riegler, Colin Stüssi, Lukas Rüegg, Felix Stehli, Pirmin Benz, Lukas Meiler;

Next races: Next Saturday, March 9, it’s once around the island at the GP Rhodes UCI 1.2 over 186 kilometers. Sunday the criterium at the port of Rhodes.

“Keep on riding!

 

Press service Team Vorarlberg

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office@proevent-cycling.at

Swiss duo Rüegg and Stehli sprint to fifth and sixth place on the first stage of the Visit South Aegean Islands Tour UCI 2.2

After the entire team of 15 riders and five support staff arrived in Rhodes on Wednesday and set up their bikes, the squad from Vorarlberg rolled onto the start line of the second tour of the season. The opening stage of the two-day Visit South Aegean Tour UCI 2.2 from Rhodes town ended on Saturday in Koskinou after 180 kilometers.

The heavy rain at the start quickly gave way to the sun of the southern Aegean. Team Vorarlberg and the Norwegian team Coop-Repsol controlled the race until the finale. They wanted to decimate the 150-man field more, but the climbs were not long enough. In the uphill sprint, an Astana rider crashed in front of Felix Stehli. As a result, he missed the move to the front of the top three. Lukas Rüegg sprinted to fifth place, Felix Stehli finished sixth. The winner was the Norwegian Andre Drege (Coop-Repsol).

“We did everything right until 800 meters before the finish. It’s a shame that I couldn’t go all the way due to the crash. Lukas put the sprint on me again, but it was too late. Nevertheless, we are satisfied and will give it everything we’ve got tomorrow,” says Felix Stehli

On the final stage on Sunday from Rhodes town to Salakos (168 kilometers), the decision will probably only be made in the finale on the short final climb.

Result: https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/south-aegean-tour/2024/stage-1

Info Visits South Aegean Islands Tour: https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/south-aegean-tour/2024

Squad: Dominik Amann, Nikolas Riegler, Colin Stüssi, Lukas Rüegg, Felix Stehli, Pirmin Benz, Lukas Meiler;

“Keep on riding!

 

Press service Team Vorarlberg

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Final stage of the Tour of Antalya UCI 2.1 – Dominik Amann with a strong performance on the Mediterranean

40 kilometers after the start, six riders are able to break away. And once again a Team Vorarlberg rider, Dominik Amann, is among them. The group harmonizes well. The 24-year-old Dominik Amann, already in his seventh year in the squad, is able to secure classification points and is caught by several groups in the last third of the race.

Day of disillusionment – but the direction is right

Dutch rider de Vries (TDT-Unibet) won the stage. Overall winner of the tour is the Italian Davide Piganzoli (Team Politi-Kometa). Dominik Amann finished 51st in the final stage and was delighted with his performance. His teammates were unable to compete at the front today.

Werner Salmen – Sports Director:Today you could see the lack of race kilometers. The big teams simply rode a gear faster on the climbs. It’s still very early in the season and we knew that we shouldn’t expect anything here. The first few days were very good within the limits of our capabilities. Today we were inferior. Nevertheless, everyone fought, rode actively and finished the tour. Now we have to keep working on that!”

Return journey and on to Rhodes at the end of February!

Tomorrow Team Vorarlberg travels back home before heading to Rhodes at the end of February.  Two tours (Visit South Aegean Islands Tour, Tour of Rhodes) and two one-day races await them there.

 

Overview of stages

08.02. Stage 1 Side – Antalya 135 km

09.02. Stage 2 Demre – Antalya 140,5 km

10.02. Stage 3 Kemer – Tahtali 133,5 km

11.02. Stage 4 Antalya – Antalya 183,9 km

Result: https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/tour-of-antalya/2024/stage-4

Team Vorarlberg Tour of Antalya UCI 2.1 squad: Dominik Amann, Tomoya Koyama, Lukas Meiler, Felix Stehli, Colin Stüssi, Jon Knolle;

“Keep on riding!

 

Press service Team Vorarlberg

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Colin Stüssi in Top 20 an dritter Etappe der Tour of Antalya UCI 2.1 – Lukas Meiler mit starkem Auftritt

 

Die heutige Königsetappe mit über 3000 Höhenmeter auf 133 Kilometer inklusive der Bergankunft in Tahtali, brachte die erwartete Vorentscheidung um den Rundfahrtsieg. Es siegt solo der Italiener Davide Piganzoli (Team Polti-Kometa), und übernimmt die Gesamtführung. Stark heute Lukas Meiler mit seinem Ritt in der Spitzengruppe. Colin Stüssi zeigt sich zufrieden mit Rang 20 im top besetzten Feld. Formtest bestanden!

 

Spannender Rennverlauf mit Lukas Meiler an der Spitze

Hauptziel heute: Colin Stüssi oder Lukas Meiler in die Spitzengruppe platzieren. Gelungen ist es mit Lukas Meiler. Nach einigen Attacken zu Beginn kann sich Meiler mit vier starken Kontrahenten absetzen. Er gewinnt die erste Bergwertung und wird Dritter an der Sprintwertung.

Im finalen Schlussanstieg konnten der Schweizer Neuzugang Felix Stehli und Lukas Meiler ihren Kapitän Colin Stüssi entsprechend platzieren. Stüssi kämpft sich in den steilen Rampen auf Rang 20. Vor ihm fast nur Fahrer aus den größeren Teams.

Zum Finale nochmals nachlegen!

Die 5. Austragung der Rundfahrt wird morgen mit der längsten Etappe mit Start und Ziel in Antalya beendet. Es warten im hügeligen Hinterland Antalyas über 2000 Höhenmeter und 184 Kilometer.

Etappenübersicht

08.02.    Etappe 1 Side – Antalya 135 km

09.02.    Etappe 2 Demre – Antalya 140,5 km

10.02.    Etappe 3 Kemer – Tahtali 133,5 km

11.02.    Etappe 4 Antalya – Antalya 183,9 km

Resultat: https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/tour-of-antalya/2024/stage-3

Infos Tour of Antalya: https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/tour-of-antalya/2024/overview

Kader Team Vorarlberg Tour of Antalya UCI 2.1:Dominik Amann, Tomoya Koyama, Lukas Meiler, Felix Stehli, Colin Stüssi, Jon Knolle;

 

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A hard piece of work for Team Vorarlberg at the Tour of Antalya UCI 2.1 – Stüssi and Meiler’s form inspires confidence

“Today’s result does not reflect the race!” said sports director Werner Salmen. Colin Stüssi was only prevented from advancing in the final by a crash involving a good ten riders ahead of him. So he and Lukas Meiler finished today’s second stage of the Tour of Antalya from Demre to Antalya over 140 kilometers in the second group. The winner was the Slovenian Matevz Govekar (Bahrain-Victorios). Overall leader is the Italian Giovanni Lonardi (Polti-Kometa).

This first stage race of the year as a test for Team Vorarlberg is really tough. The weather didn’t really want to today either. Rain, wind and cold temperatures were the constant companions today. On the long climb from sea level zero to 1300 meters, the field selected itself. Lukas Meiler was able to catch up with Colin Stüssi in the final third. Due to this crash 20 kilometers before the finish, Team Vorarlberg was denied a better position. The other Team Vorarlberg pros also made it through today without crashing. Today almost a bravura performance on the slippery roads.

No carnival in Antalya – tomorrow’s queen stage brings a preliminary decision

Tomorrow’s third stage will bring the preliminary decision. The stage from Kemer to Tahtali is quite short at 133 kilometers, but with over 3,000 meters of altitude difference, it’s a real challenge. A real touchstone for Meiler, Stüssi and Co!

Stage overview

08.02. Stage 1 Side – Antalya 135 km

09.02. Stage 2 Demre – Antalya 140.5 km

10.02. Stage 3 Kemer – Tahtali 133.5 km

11.02. Stage 4 Antalya – Antalya 183.9 km

Result: https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/tour-of-antalya/2024/stage-2/overview

Info Tour of Antalya: https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/tour-of-antalya/2024/overview

Squad Team Vorarlberg Tour of Antalya UCI 2.1:Dominik Amann, Tomoya Koyama, Lukas Meiler, Felix Stehli, Colin Stüssi, Jon Knolle;

“Keep on riding!

 

Press service Team Vorarlberg

www.team-vorarlberg.at

office@proevent-cycling.at

Hectic start to the season for Team Vorarlberg at Tour of Antalya UCI 2.1

Today’s opening stage of the Tour of Antalya from the well-known vacation resort of Side to Antalya over 135 kilometers was the starting signal for Team Vorarlberg for a hopefully successful season. In changing weather conditions and recurring rain, all six Vorarlberg pros finished the stage without losing any time to the Belgian winner Timothy Dupont (Tarteletto-Isorex).

In a nutshell: rain, wind, slippery roads, 47 km/h average speed and a nervous starting field. Newcomer Tomoya Koyama from Japan was also involved in a crash. But everyone was fit and motivated for the next few days at the finish. Dominik Amann is the best 24th in today’s bunch sprint.

On the second stage tomorrow from Demre to Antalya over 140 kilometers, the classification riders will push themselves to the fore. After all, almost 2500 meters of climbing await on undulating terrain.

Stage overview

08.02. Stage 1 Side – Antalya 135 km

09.02. Stage 2 Demre – Antalya 140.5 km

10.02. Stage 3 Kemer – Tahtali 133.5 km

11.02. Stage 4 Antalya – Antalya 183.9 km

Result: https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/tour-of-antalya/2024/stage-1

Info Tour of Antalya: https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/tour-of-antalya/2024/overview

Squad Team Vorarlberg Tour of Antalya UCI 2.1:Dominik Amann, Tomoya Koyama, Lukas Meiler, Felix Stehli, Colin Stüssi, Jon Knolle;

“Keep on riding!

 

Press service Team Vorarlberg

www.team-vorarlberg.at

office@proevent-cycling.at

Intervista al vincitore dell’84ª Volta a Portugal – Colin Stüssi 🚴🏼‍♂️🏁

Abbiamo qualcosa di molto speciale per voi: un’intervista esclusiva con il nostro corridore e vincitore, Colin Stüssi, dell’84ª Volta a Portugal, presentata da K19 🏁

Team Vorarlberg celebrates historic victory! Colin Stüssi wins the overall classification of the 84th Volta Portugal UCI 2.1 – third place in the final time trial.

In front of an incredible crowd of spectators today the tenth and final stage in Viano de Castelo. The final time trial over 18 kilometers this evening brought the decision on the overall classification of the historic tour. Colin Stüssi was the last pro off the ramp with a 45-second lead over Henrique Casimiro (POR/Efapel).

Stüssi reeled off the time trial, not his special discipline, like clockwork. In the final ascent he rides best values and becomes third in the stage. Stage winner Txomin Iuaristi (SPA Euskatel-Euskadi) – Stüssi’s gap only 26 seconds. Thus the winner of the 84th Volta Portuagal is called – COLIN STÜSSI – TEAM VORARLBERG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

He wins 1 min 4 sec ahead of Txomin Juaristi (Euskatel- Euskadi) and Antonio Carvalho (POR/Efapel) + 1.07.

Colin Stüssi: “Simply incredible. It is an indescribable feeling what is going on around me here right now. I gave everything today and was able to focus fully. Fortunately, the final was difficult, which played into my cards. The emotional world is upside down at the moment, for me and for my team colleagues, the coaches. From a sporting point of view, the most beautiful moment in my life!”

Strong also the performances of his Team Vorarlberg colleagues. Moran Vermeulen finished a strong tenth. Lukas Rüegg 13th, Jon Knolle 16th, Lukas Meiler 21st, Oscar Cabedo 33rd, Pirmin Benz 43rd!

Thomas Kofler – Team Manager: “From a sporting point of view, this overall victory is the most valuable in the 25-year team history, and the biggest success since the overall victory of the Tour of Austria in 2015 (Victor de la Parte). It was a victory of the whole team.  Colin gave us this victory today. For this I thank him from the bottom of my heart, as well as the other riders, who this time are a bit in the background for their heroic effort, as well as the great support team. This project was made possible by our partners Arlberg Express, BALM-Beton, Hairstyling Dietrich and Elsass Bäcker – a big THANK YOU on behalf of the team!”

 

Colin Stüssi, the 30-year-old Swiss from Näfels, already in his fifth season with Team Vorarlberg, already convinced at this year’s Tour of Austria as overall third and best rider of a Continental team. With stage ranks 1, 2, 4, and twice on rank 7, he was especially in the second week the man of the hour. The cycling-crazy Portugal celebrated him and Team Vorarlberg frenetically.

Moran Vermeulen: “For me the most brilliant people I have ever seen. Again and again they shouted “grande, grande team” at us and were completely out of their minds. Of course they would have liked to see a winner from Portugal, but they were super fair to us. We drove ourselves into the hearts of the fans with passion!”

It was a mammoth project for Team Vorarlberg, for the professionals as well as for the support team. Be it athletically and also logistically. The 84th Volta a Portugal: in addition to the three Grand Tours, one of the longest and most difficult tours of the year with 1600 kilometers, 26,500 (!!) meters of altitude, ten stages, a time trial, a prologue, all this in the heat in southern Europe. But the seven professionals and the support team rocked it. With over 150 UCI points in the luggage it goes now back home. THANKS TO ALL OF YOU GUYS!

Info about Colin Stüssi https://www.procyclingstats.com/rider/colin-stussi

Result https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/volta-a-portugal/2023/stage-10

Overall ranking https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/volta-a-portugal/2023/gc

Line-up Team Vorarlberg: Lukas Rüegg, Moran Vermeulen, Lukas Meiler, Jon Knolle, Pirmin Benz, Oscar Cabedo, Colin Stüssi;

: Werner Salmen, Velko Angelov, Bastian Büffel, Hans Innerhofer, Ladi Demko, Rene Hanisch, Tino Noe;

 

In front of an incredible crowd of spectators today the tenth and final stage in Viano de Castelo. The final time trial over 18 kilometers this evening brought the decision on the overall classification of the historic tour. Colin Stüssi was the last pro off the ramp with a 45-second lead over Henrique Casimiro (POR/Efapel).

Stüssi reeled off the time trial, not his special discipline, like clockwork. In the final ascent he rides best values and becomes third in the stage. Stage winner Txomin Iuaristi (SPA Euskatel-Euskadi) – Stüssi’s gap only 26 seconds. Thus the winner of the 84th Volta Portuagal is called – COLIN STÜSSI – TEAM VORARLBERG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

He wins 1 min 4 sec ahead of Txomin Juaristi (Euskatel- Euskadi) and Antonio Carvalho (POR/Efapel) + 1.07.

Colin Stüssi: “Simply incredible. It is an indescribable feeling what is going on around me here right now. I gave everything today and was able to focus fully. Fortunately, the final was difficult, which played into my cards. The emotional world is upside down at the moment, for me and for my team colleagues, the coaches. From a sporting point of view, the most beautiful moment in my life!”

Strong also the performances of his Team Vorarlberg colleagues. Moran Vermeulen finished a strong tenth. Lukas Rüegg 13th, Jon Knolle 16th, Lukas Meiler 21st, Oscar Cabedo 33rd, Pirmin Benz 43rd!

Thomas Kofler – Team Manager: “From a sporting point of view, this overall victory is the most valuable in the 25-year team history, and the biggest success since the overall victory of the Tour of Austria in 2015 (Victor de la Parte). It was a victory of the whole team.  Colin gave us this victory today. For this I thank him from the bottom of my heart, as well as the other riders, who this time are a bit in the background for their heroic effort, as well as the great support team. This project was made possible by our partners Arlberg Express, BALM-Beton, Hairstyling Dietrich and Elsass Bäcker – a big THANK YOU on behalf of the team!”

 

Colin Stüssi, the 30-year-old Swiss from Näfels, already in his fifth season with Team Vorarlberg, already convinced at this year’s Tour of Austria as overall third and best rider of a Continental team. With stage ranks 1, 2, 4, and twice on rank 7, he was especially in the second week the man of the hour. The cycling-crazy Portugal celebrated him and Team Vorarlberg frenetically.

Moran Vermeulen: “For me the most brilliant people I have ever seen. Again and again they shouted “grande, grande team” at us and were completely out of their minds. Of course they would have liked to see a winner from Portugal, but they were super fair to us. We drove ourselves into the hearts of the fans with passion!”

It was a mammoth project for Team Vorarlberg, for the professionals as well as for the support team. Be it athletically and also logistically. The 84th Volta a Portugal: in addition to the three Grand Tours, one of the longest and most difficult tours of the year with 1600 kilometers, 26,500 (!!) meters of altitude, ten stages, a time trial, a prologue, all this in the heat in southern Europe. But the seven professionals and the support team rocked it. With over 150 UCI points in the luggage it goes now back home. THANKS TO ALL OF YOU GUYS!

Info about Colin Stüssi https://www.procyclingstats.com/rider/colin-stussi

Result https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/volta-a-portugal/2023/stage-10

Overall ranking https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/volta-a-portugal/2023/gc

Line-up Team Vorarlberg: Lukas Rüegg, Moran Vermeulen, Lukas Meiler, Jon Knolle, Pirmin Benz, Oscar Cabedo, Colin Stüssi;

Line up STAFF: Werner Salmen, Velko Angelov, Bastian Büffel, Hans Innerhofer, Ladi Demko, Rene Hanisch, Tino Noe;

 

Press service Team Vorarlberg

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office@proevent-cycling.at

Big Job – Colin Stüssi defends before decisive stage the overall lead at the 84th Volta Portugal UCI 2.1 with success!

Team Vorarlberg – all from the front!

The law of work commitment, if you are in possession of the leader jersey, the seven professionals from Vorarlberg have taken 100%. At the beginning of the eighth stage to Fafe (146 km) attacks were made, all of which were parried by the team. The breakaway group, which subsequently got away, kept Benz, Knolle, Vermeulen, Meiler and Rüegg on a long leash. Then they drive the gap to with all their strength.

Colin Stüssi defends yellow with great style

But the last climb selected the rest of the field. The organizer has chosen a longer, steep gravel section. Only the best get through here. Stüssi has to do it alone from 15 kilometers before the finish – and he succeeded with bravura. He counters all attacks and finishes 14th in the sprint of the first group, thus defending his yellow and the overall lead. Oscar Cabedo loses his top ten position today. His focus “mission yellow”!

Stage winner today the Colombian Adrian Bustamante (Team Kellys). Stüssi continues to lead ahead of Artem Nych (RUS/Glassdrive) and Luis Angel Mate (SPA/Euskatel Euskadi) (both +28sec).

BRAVO Colin – BRAVO TEAM!

Tomorrow FINALE Part 1 before final time trial on Sunday

And tomorrow it will be really hard! The second last stage before the final time trial on Sunday goes over 175 kilometers and almost 4000 meters of altitude. Especially from KM 70 only the legs count. We wish all Team Vorarlberg heroes in Portugal that they have them again tomorrow, after the exertions for many days.

Result: https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/volta-a-portugal/2023/stage-8

Overall ranking https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/volta-a-portugal/2023/stage-8-gc

Stage overview

09.08. prologue Viseu – Viseu 3,6 Km

10.08. Stage 1 Anadia – Ourem 188.5 Km

11.08. Stage 2 Abrantes – Vila Franca de Xira 177.3 Km

12.08. Stage 3 Sines – Loule 191.8 Km

13.08. Stage 4 Estremoz – Castelo Branco 184,5 km

14.08. Stage 5 Macao – Covilha 184,3 Km

15.08. Stage 6 Penamacor – Guarda 168,5 Km

16.08. Rest day

17.08. Stage 7 Torre de Moncorvo – Montalegre 162,6 Km

18.08. Stage 8 Boticas – Fafe 146,7 Km

19.08. Stage 9 Paredes – Mondim de Basto 174,5 Km

20.08. Stage 10 Viana do Castelo – Viano do Castelo 16,3 Km

Line-up Team Vorarlberg: Lukas Rüegg, Moran Vermeulen, Lukas Meiler, Jon Knolle, Pirmin Benz, Oscar Cabedo, Colin Stüssi;

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Colin Stüssi causes the big sensation at the 84th Volta Portugal UCI 2.1 – stage win and new overall leader of the tour!

Yesterday’s rest day after more than 1000 race kilometers was balm for the seven Team Vorarlberg pros. The support team worked a lot with man and material to be prepared for today’s seventh stage over 162 kilometers. And this one had it all again with 3400 meters of altitude and a mountain finish at Montealegre.

Team play at its best – Vermeulen and Meiler strong as an ox

Colin Stüssi’s team colleagues Lukas Meiler, Moran Vermeulen, Lukas Rüegg, Jon Knolle, Oscar Cabedo and Pirmin Benz did a brilliant job again today and lined up right at the front. Meiler takes third place in the first mountain classification. Knolle second in the first sprint classification.  Moran Vermeulen leaves with the breakaway group to be present here for his captain. Like the day before yesterday, he’s right in the Tour’s best group after the reel-in to help Colin.

Stüssi sees the chance to win and YES – WIN at Montalegro!!!!

What follows is an incredible elimination race up Montalegro at 1519 meters. The second placed Delio Fernandez falls back. Stüssi attacks with the Spaniards from Euskatel Euskadi. Then the current leader Artem Nych from Russia (Team Glassdrive) explodes. Stüssi continues to increase the pace, gaining second after second on his direct competitors. One kilometer before the finish you can see the flash in the eyes of the Swiss. He senses the big chance – opens the sprint and wins by a hair’s breadth ahead of Luis Angel Mate (SPA/Team Euskatel Euskadi)!

UNBELIEVABLE! Colin Stüssi of Team Vorarlberg new leader of the Volta Portugal – Oscar Cabedo on rank ten

With this victory, the Team Vorarlberg pro takes over the overall lead of the Tour. He is now 28 seconds ahead of Artem Nych (RUS/Glassdrive) and 34 seconds ahead of Euskatel pro Luis Angel Mate.

Strong also Oscar Cabedo. He becomes stage seventh today and is now also tenth overall!

Colin Stüssi on the victory: “What is happening here is simply incredible. This team inspires me every day. Everyone is giving their all for me. It’s brutally hard here in the heat and the many climbs, but the intensive training has now paid off. The others didn’t know us yet, which also played into our cards. Now we are challenged – it will be a really hard piece of work. But I say THANK YOU again to the whole team including the support staff!”

Tomorrow Friday the eighth stage from Boticas to Fafe over 147 kilometers. No longer with quite so many meters in the air, but a dangerous one all the same for the overall standings.

Result: https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/volta-a-portugal/2023/stage-7

Overall ranking https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/volta-a-portugal/2023/stage-7-gc

Stage overview

09.08. Prologue Viseu – Viseu 3,6 Km

10.08. Stage 1 Anadia – Ourem 188.5 Km

11.08. Stage 2 Abrantes – Vila Franca de Xira 177.3 Km

12.08. Stage 3 Sines – Loule 191.8 Km

13.08. Stage 4 Estremoz – Castelo Branco 184,5 km

14.08. Stage 5 Macao – Covilha 184,3 Km

15.08. Stage 6 Penamacor – Guarda 168,5 Km

16.08. Rest day

17.08. Stage 7 Torre de Moncorvo – Montalegre 162,6 Km

18.08. Stage 8 Boticas – Fafe 146,7 Km

19.08. Stage 9 Paredes – Mondim de Basto 174,5 Km

20.08. Stage 10 Viana do Castelo – Viano do Castelo 16,3 Km

Line-up Team Vorarlberg: Lukas Rüegg, Moran Vermeulen, Lukas Meiler, Jon Knolle, Pirmin Benz, Oscar Cabedo, Colin Stüssi;

 

Press service Team Vorarlberg

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