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Auch in diesem Jahr führt uns die Tour d'Energie über die gewohnten Strecken. In mehrfacher Hinsicht Höhepunkt beider Strecken ist und bleibt der Hohe Hagen. Aber auch sonst bleibt wenig Zeit zum Genießen der wunderbaren Landschaft, denn die zahlreichen Anstiege vor allem in der ersten Streckenhälfte, fordern Kondition und Aufmerksamkeit.

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Discover the route of the 2023 tour de france, the cycling world converged on the palais des congrès in paris this morning for the traditional presentation of the next tour de france. the full route of the 110th tour has now been revealed., a challenging course.

Tour de France General Director Christian Prudhomme lifted the curtain on the route of the epic race that will set out from Bilbao on July 1, 2023. After the first three stages in Spain, the caravan will cross six French regions and 23 departments. The organizers have devised a challenging course which is guaranteed to give cycling fans an exciting show. The 21 stages include eight flat stages, four hilly stages and eight mountain stages. The route features a single individual event, turning the spotlight on the time trial specialists and favorites during the 16th stage.

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Team TotalEnergies was well represented at the ceremony

The Team’s excellent results and points total for the last season guarantee it a place in the next Tour. So we found Jean-René Bernaudeau, Anthony Turgis, Pierre Latour and Sandy Dujardin with smiles on their faces. Click for the video.

2022: A highly successful season

Jean-René Bernaudeau

« We can’t wait to get the season off to a good start in style. »

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Primeo Energie: sustainable sponsorship

Primeo Energie and the Tour de Suisse are not just sponsoring partners. Both also place great value on the topic of sustainability.

The Tour de Suisse has a big goal. It wants to become the most sustainable cycle race in the world. ‘By 2027, we want to halve our CO2 emissions,’ says Mario Klaus, the Tour de Suisse’s sustainability officer. In the following years, the aim is to achieve net zero.

On the way there, the organisers are implementing various measures step by step. For example, partners, teams and guests are encouraged to adopt a sustainable approach. Teams that particularly excel in this regard have been receiving the Sustainability Award since this year and are riding with blue numbers. The first award winner is Team Movistar.

Spectators are encouraged to avoid travelling to the race track by car if possible, and to use public transport or, even better, their own bicycles. The organisers are also looking to become more sustainable themselves. This goes right down to the details. ‘For example, the ribbons that we use to attach our advertising signs by the thousands will be reusable in the future,’ says Mario Klaus. What’s more, 20 per cent of the vehicles used for the tour are electric cars. That’s double the number from last year!

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Primeo Energie is also increasingly focusing on sustainability. The topic is an integral part of its business activities. This is evident in many areas. For example, in the decarbonisation of heat supply, support for solar power producers, the e-mobility business area or the purely renewable basic supply of electricity customers. A sustainability officer has a firm eye on the issue.

Primeo Energie also raises awareness among young people about the sustainable and climate-friendly use of energy. The Primeo Energie Kosmos Science and Experience Centre was set up specifically for this purpose. It is therefore important for Primeo Energie to ensure that its sponsoring partners are also committed to sustainability. This is clearly the case with the Tour de Suisse.

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Torstein Træen triumphs on the Gotthard

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Bryan Coquard sprints to victory

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Yves Lampaert wins – Swiss rider a close second

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La cité de l’énergie reservation.

We are open everyday between 10 AM and 5 PM from June 10 to September 24 for our summer season!

The Cité de l’énergie visit (lasts about 4 hours) includes :

  • The visit of the Science Center includes 2 permanent exhibitions – Planète Énergie and Canada in the world of the Prime Minister Jean Chrétien Museum, the temporary exhibition, the Hydro-Quebec observation tower and the Planète Énergie multimedia show (total duration of the visit is about 2 hours, but may vary according to the pace of of each visitor).
  • The visit of the Hydroelectric sector, offered by Hydro-Québec, includes the N.A.C. and the Shawinigan-2 hydroelectric power stations. The visitors will be transported there aboard the land and river shuttles of the Cité de l’énergie. (total duration of the visit is about 2 hours. It includes outside sections and is done mostly by walk).

We also offer à la carte activities like city tours ,  historic cruises and shows

la Cité de l’Énergie What you should know

To plan your visit, here is some information that will facilitate your stay.

  • How to get there?
  • Schedules and Rates
  • Online ticketing
  • Travel between the Science Center and the historic sector
  • Nearby accommodations
  • Parking and electrical hookups
  • Payment methods accepted
  • Tourist information
  • Access for people with reduced mobility

You can also visit our frequently asked questions page. If you still have questions, don’t hesitate to contact us , and we will be happy to help you.

la Cité de l’Énergie How to get there?

From Montrea l: From Highway 55 North, take exit 211 to 153/Shawinigan centre-ville/Saint-Boniface. Follow the blue tourist signs: La Cité de l’énergie.

From Quebec City : From Highway 40 West, take exit 220 for Qc-359 North to St-Luc-de-Vincennes/Champlain/St-Narcisse/Shawinigan then follow the blue tourist signs: La Cité de l’énergie.

From La Tuque and Lac-Saint-Jean : By highway 155/55 South, take exit 217 to Shawinigan centre-ville/Saint-Mathieu du Parc. Follow the blue tourist signs: La Cité de l’énergie.

la Cité de l’Énergie Schedules

FOR TOUR PACKAGES AND RATES CLICK HERE

(Open at all times for groups , upon reservation and availability)

SUMMER (JUNE 10 TO SEPTEMBER 24, 2023)

  • Science Center and hydroelectric sector : Daily from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • City Tour and Cruise : Unconfirmed operating periods for 2021, hours vary, inquire at the front desk.

OFF-SEASON (SEPTEMBER 25 2023 TO JUNE 8, 2024)

Open by reservation only for groups of 15 people or more.

la Cité de l’Énergie Online ticketing

Visitors can book their visit online in advance. It is also possible to buy tickets directly on site.

We also offer online booking for the shows tickets.

la Cité de l’Énergie Store

Take home a souvenir from the Cité de l’énergie or the show by visiting our souvenir store located in the Science Center lobby.

The store is open during Science Center hours and on show nights during the summer season.

la Cité de l’Énergie Restaurant

For a worry-free visit, dine on site at Café de la Tour , located in the Science Center. (The restaurant is also open for dinner on show days)

A snack menu is offered as well as daily menus in peak season.

la Cité de l’Énergie Amenities

Picnic areas : Several picnic tables are located throughout the Cité de l’énergie site. Take advantage of your visit to eat outdoors in the heart of Melville Island’s nature and our beautiful floral and landscaping arrangements.

Children’s footsteps : We provide footsteps for children in our showrooms to allow your little ones to see all the items on display.

Baby changing tables : Changing tables are available in both the men’s and women’s bathrooms.

la Cité de l’Énergie Travel between the Science Center and the historic sector

Departures for the hydroelectric sector tours are from the Cité de l’énergie Science Center. You will be transported to and from the site on one of our land or river shuttles.

**Visitors 18 years of age and older must provide a valid photo ID to access the Shawinigan-2 power plant tour.

**Electric and magnetic fields in the power plant can interfere with the normal functioning of pacemakers. As a precaution, we do not allow people with pacemakers to visit the facility.

la Cité de l’Énergie Nearby accommodations

Shows and overnight packages are available on the Tourisme Mauricie website.

Here are some hotels available nearby:

L’Auberge Gouverneur from Shawinigan (1,1 km)

Comfort Inn & Suites Shawinigan (1,9 km)

Auberge Le Florès (9,9 km)

Hôtel Marineau Shawinigan (12,9 km)

Here are some nearby campgrounds and resort accommodations:

Parc de l’Île Melville (250 m)

Parc national de la Mauricie (several sites)

La cité de l’énergie Parking and electrical hookups

We have 260 free parking spaces around the Science Center. We also have a reserved, unserviced area for recreational vehicles. With the purchase of tickets for the night show, our customers can take advantage of a free space in this area to spend the night.

Two charging stations are available for our customers with electric vehicles.

(J1772 Connectors )

Electric vehicles

la Cité de l’Énergie Payment methods accepted

We accept payment by debit card, Visa, Mastercard, American Express and cash.

Payments by debit card, Visa, Mastercard, American Express and cash.

la Cité de l’Énergie Tourist information

Here are some good sources for planning your stay in our beautiful part of the country:

la Cité de l’Énergie Access for people with reduced mobility

All exhibitions and tours of the Cité de l’énergie are accessible to people with reduced mobility, with the exception of the city tour . We also have a few wheelchairs available for our customers. Please ask at the reception desk when you arrive.

We accept the accompanying persons’ sticker for the visit of the Cité de l’énergie and the historic sector. Please present it directly at the ticket office.

Torstein Traen (vainqueur de la 3e étape du Tour de Suisse) : « Bien sûr c'était pour Gino (Mäder) »

Après avoir levé les bras sur la troisième étape du tour de suisse, mercredi, le norvégien torstein traen, qui roule cette année avec l'équipe bahrain-victorious où évoluait gino mäder, a évidemment dédié sa victoire au coureur suisse décédé l'an dernier..

Torstein Traen (Bahrain-Victorious, vainqueur de la 3e étape du Tour de Suisse )  : « C'est ma première victoire professionnelle, c'est spécial que ça soit ici. L'équipe était très contente quand je suis arrivé, le médecin était visiblement très ému, forcément après tout ce qui s'est passé l'an dernier... Bien sûr, c'était pour Gino (Mader, coureur de Bahrain Victorious décédé sur le Tour de Suisse il y a un an) , sa mère était là. On voulait avoir Damiano (Caruso) dans l'échappée mais de façon surprenante, parce que mes jambes n'étaient pas encore si bonnes ces derniers jours, je me suis retrouvé à l'avant.

« Je ne savais pas que le dernier km était pavé, je n'avais pas du tout étudié le final »

Ensuite, j'ai vraiment eu de la chance parce qu'Adam (Yates) revenait vraiment vite ! Le dernier kilomètre était si long. Je ne savais pas qu'il était pavé, je n'avais pas du tout étudié le final puisque je n'étais pas censé être dans l'échappée. J'étais plutôt surpris (rires) . »

Adam Yates (UAE Emirates, nouveau maillot jaune) :  « Ce n'était pas vraiment le plan d'attaquer aujourd'hui (mercredi) , je voulais surtout observer mes rivaux et essayer de conserver un peu d'énergie, mais je me suis senti vraiment bien dans la montée.

Je n'étais pas très confiant à l'approche des pavés parce que je n'aime pas ça : quand on pèse moins de 60 kg, on subit... Mais personne n'avait réussi à suivre mon attaque, c'est bon signe pour les jours à venir ! Demain (jeudi) , je pense que la montée me convient encore plus. À partir de maintenant, il ne reste que des étapes de montagne, ça va être très dur mais notre équipe a l'air très forte

2024 Tour of Belgium: Preview & How to Watch

With powerhouses like Jasper Philipsen, Tim Merlier, and Fabio Jakobsen at the start, the Baloise Belgium Tour promises high-stakes excitement.

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The same morning, the first flag drops in the Tour of Slovenia, the five-stage Tour of Belgium—or the Baloise Belgium Tour —kicks off with a twelve-kilometer individual time trial around the northeastern city of Beringen.

The Tour of Belgium is one of the oldest stage races on the calendar, stretching back to 1908. It was run annually between its first iteration and 1981, only stopping during two World Wars. However, the race waned throughout the 1980s and ceased entirely in 1991. However, it returned to the cycling-crazed nation in 2001 and has been run consistently ever since, save for 2020 due to COVID restrictions.

The race’s winners include some of cycling’s most luminous names, as riders like Freddy Maertens, Rik van Looy, Eddy Merckx, Erik De Vlaeminck, and Tom Boonen. Over the last decade, Tony Martin, Greg Van Avermaet, and Remco Evenepoel have won the five-day race. Last year, it was Mathieu van der Poel atop the podium.

Like most 2.Pro-level races, this not only gives the big WorldTour teams a chance to stretch their legs, to try new combinations of team lineups, and look at strategies, it also gives smaller teams and up-and-coming riders a chance to knock elbows with the fastest racers in the world. Teams like Visma-Lease a Bike, Decathlon AG2R La Mondiale, and Lidl-Trek will be mixing it up with squads like Pauwels Sauzen-Bingoal, BEAT Cycling Club, and Tarteletto-Isorex.

The aforementioned first stage will take riders on a flat loop around Berningen. And though it’s just twelve kilometers, it’s full of tight turns.

Stage two is an 184.2-kilometer run that starts with a loop around Merelbeke, heads through Brugge, and ends with a loop around Knokke-Heist. It’s a parcours you’d just as easily find in a cobbled classic, full of short, punchy bergs.

Stage three offers more of the same as stage two. Riders start and finish with city loops on the 188.3-kilometer run from Turnhout to Scherpenheuvel-Zichem, covering plenty of viciously steep hills.

The fourth stage is one giant 177-kilometer loop that starts and finishes in Durbuy. It’s also a bit of a rollercoaster that’ll take riders on a constant series of ups and downs.

The final stage once again takes riders on a single massive loop. This time, the peloton will start and finish in Brussels, covering 185.9 kilometers in between.

How to Watch the Baloise Belgium Tour in the U.S.

The Tour of Belgium will be shown in the United States via Max’s B/R Sports subhead. Subscriptions start at $9.99 per month with ads. Stage coverage starts at 9 or 9:15 EDT.

How to Watch the Baloise Belgium Tour in Canada

Viewers in Canada can also watch via FloBikes, which costs $29.99 per month or $150 annually. You can watch all five stages live and on-demand on FloBikes.com , the FloSports IOS app, and the FloSports app for Amazon FireTV, Roku, and Apple TV.

How to Watch the Baloise Belgium Tour in Europe

Viewers in Europe can watch the race broadcast via Eurosport .

Riders to Watch

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There are some massive names in the peloton for the Tour of Belgium, including Alpecin-Deceuninck’s Jasper Philipsen , Visma-Lease a Bike’s Olav Koolj, Soudal Quick-Step’s Tim Merlier and Kasper Asgreen, Lidl-Trek’s Jasper Stuyven, Decathlon AG2R La Mondiale’s Benoît Cosnefroy, and dsm-firmeninch PostNL’s Fabio Jakobsen and John Degenkolb.

Keep an eye on young American Riley Sheehan, who turned heads riding as a stagiaire who won last year’s Paris-Tours for Israel-Premier Tech and TotalEnergies’s Pierre Latour, a two-time Tour de France stage winner.

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Maps and profiles of the 2024 Tour de Suisse

Stage 8: Aigle - Villars-sur-Ollon (ITT), 15.7km

The Tour de Suisse returns in 2024 with the shortest edition in the race's history in terms of distance but as tough as ever with nearly the same amount of climbing as last year packed into eight stages.

A year after the tragic death of Gino Mäder , who crashed on the descent from the Albula pass, the entire region around the site of his fall is absent from the route.

Instead, the race begins in Vaduz and traverses the centre of Switzerland from north to south before a trip west for the final two stages around Villars-sur-Ollon.

The race will include two time trials and four mountain summit stage finishes, making for a tough week covering 948.9 kilometres and 19,000 metres of climbing.

"Only the best mountain riders will be able to have their say for the overall victory. However, different types of riders will be possible for stage victories," says Tour director Olivier Senn.

Stage 1: Vaduz - Vaduz, 4.8km

Maps and profiles of the 2024 Tour de Suisse

The Tour de Suisse starts with a short time trial in Vaduz, just 4.8 kilometres long and pan-flat. The stage will most likely not be a major factor for the general classification but instead, gives the sprinters and power riders a chance to take the lead before the race heads into the high mountains.

Stage 2: Vaduz - Regensdorf, 177.9km

Maps and profiles of the 2024 Tour de Suisse

The second day of racing is a punchy course, leaving Vaduz and heading to Regensdorf. Although it's just 177.9 kilometres, it's the longest stage of the 2024 Tour de Suisse. With three classified ascents and 2,400 metres of climbing, it will give the mountain goats a chance to warm up their legs after the explosive effort on the opening stage but ultimately could end up in a bunch sprint.

Stage 3: Steinmaur - Rüschlikon, 161.9km

Maps and profiles of the 2024 Tour de Suisse

Stage 3 of the 2024 Tour de Suisse heads from Steinmaur to Rüschlikon and, aside from stage 1, is the flattest of the week and one suited to the sprinters even if it climbs almost 2,000 metres. There is a short climb ending with 10km to go and a quick descent and an uphill drag to the line.

Stage 4: Rüschlikon - San Gottardo, 170.5km

Maps and profiles of the 2024 Tour de Suisse

The roads begin to reach into the thousands of metres in altitude on stage 4 of the 2024 Tour de Suisse. After a relatively flat first 140 kilometres, the race heads up the only climb of the day, the undulating Gotthard Pass from the Schöllenen gorge side to the north, a 13.2km test at an average of 7% grade.

Stage 5: Ambri - Cari, 148.8km

Maps and profiles of the 2024 Tour de Suisse

Stage 5 gives riders an out-and-back route of 148.8km from Ambri to Cari, starting with a loop around Ambri that takes in the Altanca ascent almost from the flag drop and offers little respite before the first ascent of the mountain to Cari, coming from the western side. Riders then descend past the finish line and race toward Biasca and complete a flat loop through Gorduno before coming back the way they came to summit Cari from the eastern side.

With double-digit gradients and an average of 8%, it's a major test for the GC contenders, especially at the end of a short stage with 3,200 metres of climbing.

Stage 6: Locarno - Blatten-Belalp, 151.2km

Maps and profiles of the 2024 Tour de Suisse

More mountains meet the riders on stage 6 with the highest point of the 2024 Tour de Suisse coming on the mid-stage Nufenenpass from Airolo and ascending to over 2,400 metres in altitude. Also known as the Passo della Novenà, it's a beast of a climb - 24.1km long and averaging 5.5% - but only the warm up for the 7km final ascent to Blatten at the end of the 151.2km stage.

Stage 7: Villars-sur-Ollon - Villars-sur-Ollon, 118.7km

Maps and profiles of the 2024 Tour de Suisse

Stage 7 is very short and will be a free-for-all starting on the Col de la Croix out of the gates, and covering the climb a second time mid-stage before ending at Villars-sur-Ollon partway up the third ascent. The climb itself is 18.5km long and averages 6.8% and makes up most of the day. The riders will be very familiar with each switchback by the time they reach the finish after 118.7 kilometres and 3,070 metres of climbing.

Maps and profiles of the 2024 Tour de Suisse

As if the riders hadn't gone up the Croix enough, the final stage time trial uses a piece of the course from stage 7, heading from the UCI headquarters in Aigle back up to Villars-sur-Ollon covering 15.7km and 879 metres of climbing. It's a sting in the tail after a week packed with ascending.

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Welcome to live coverage of stage 2 of the Tour de Suisse, 177.3km from Vaduz to Regensdorf. This is notionally one of two feasible opportunities for the sprinters on this year's route, even if, as ever on the Tour de Suisse, they will have to endure some rugged terrain before the finish line in Regensdorf. The late category 3 climb of Regensberg will be the key obstacle between the fast men and stage victory.

Yves Lampaert (Soudal-QuickStep) powered to victory in the short opening time trial in Vaduz yesterday, putting the Belgian in the first yellow jersey of the race. He beat Stefan Bissegger (EF Education-EasyPost) and Ethan Hayter (Ineos) by three seconds, with João Almeida (UAE Team Emirates) the best of the GC men in fourth.

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The roll-out today is at 12.45 CET, with the peloton due to hit kilometre zero at 12.51.  After setting out from Vaduz, the race leaves Liechtenstein and crosses into Switzerland ahead of the first climb of the day, the category 2 Kerenzerberg (5.8km at 4.6%), which comes after 42km. The category 2 Ricken (6.1km at 5.8%) follows after 74km, while the sting in the tail is provided by the category 3 Regensberg (3.5km at 5.7%), whose summit comes just over 10km from the finish. 

Beyond those classified difficulties, the road dips and rises for much of the day, leading to a total altitude gain of 2,400m. Nothing comes easy for the sprinters at the Tour de Suisse, in other words. Most of them are here, mind, to put the finishing touches to their Tour de France preparation, and a stage win would be an added bonus.

Remarkably, this is Mark Cavendish's first Tour de Suisse appearance in almost a decade, with his last outing coming in 2015. Early in his career, this race was an essentially waystation en route to the Tour de France, but the game has changed considerably in the intervening period. The Manxman knows that adding to his haul of three wins here would be a tall order, but he also knows that's not entirely why he's here. "It's been a long time," Cavendish said this weekend, according to L'Equipe . "Cycling has changed, there aren't so many mass finishes any more, and there won't be many this week, but it's great preparation for the Tour. It worked well back then."

The peloton has gathered on the start line in Vaduz for the opening road stage of this Tour de Suisse. After navigating the neutralised zone, they will hit kilometre zero at 12.51 local time.

The flag drops and stage 2 of the Tour de Suisse is formally under way. 

The day's first break is formed by Gerben Kuypers (Intermarché – Wanty), Roberto Carlos González (Corratec-Vini Fantini) and Felix Stehli (Swiss Cycling), who open a slender gap over the peloton.

Antoine Debons (Team Corratec - Vini Fantini) and Luca Jenni (Swiss Cycling) bridge across to form a five-man group on the front. One imagines the sprinters' teams wouldn't be dissatisfied with the composition of this move, but it all depends on whether anybody else tries to jump across.

Gerben Kuypers (Intermarché – Wanty), Roberto Carlos González (Corratec-Vini Fantini), Antoine Debons (Team Corratec - Vini Fantini), Luca Jenni (Swiss Cycling) and Felix Stehli (Swiss Cycling)

Peloton at 0:25

On paper, Arnaud De Lie (Lotto-Dstny) and Michael Matthews (Jayco-Alula) look like the fast men best equipped to withstand the late climb and contest the finish, while Ethan Hayter (Ineos) is another obvious contender. It may prove a tougher order for sprinters like Mark Cavendish (Astana-Qazaqstan), Arnaud Démare (Arkéa-Samsic) and Bryan Coquard (Cofidis), but much will depend on how that climb is raced. Indeed, riders like Marc Hirschi (UAE Team Emirates) and Tom Pidcock (Ineos) might eye it as a springboard for a late attack.

In the meantime, the early break has had its day pass checked and stamped by the sprinters' teams. The peloton has slowed and the break's advantage yawns out quickly to 2:50.

Peloton at 3:00

Luca Jenni (Swiss Cycling) began the day 24 seconds down, and he is, of course, the virtual race leader as the break stretches its advantage beyond the three-minute mark.

Yves Lampaert’s victory yesterday was his first since he won the opening stage of the 2022 Tour de France in the time trial in Copenhagen. “Yes, I have doubted myself at times. The level of cycling is so high these days. But I never lost faith. I kept training and found the good feeling,” he said afterwards. “The fact that I can also wear the jersey is a nice bonus. It will be difficult to defend that on Monday, but it’s possible that a large group will come to the finish. Hopefully someone will win who is not too close in the GC, or maybe I can do something myself.”

Peloton at 3:35

The escapees are approaching the day's first classified climb, the category 2 Kerenzerberg (5.8km at 4.6%), with a lead of 4:00 over a peloton that is being led Soudal-QuickStep.

The five escapees continue to stretch out their advantage on the first climb of the day. Gerben Kuypers (Intermarché – Wanty), Roberto Carlos González (Corratec-Vini Fantini), Antoine Debons (Team Corratec - Vini Fantini), Luca Jenni (Swiss Cycling) and Felix Stehli (Swiss Cycling) now have 4:20 in hand on the peloton. 

Gerben Kuypers leads the break over the summit of the Kerenzerberg with a lead of 4:20 over the peloton, where Ineos have taken up the reins of pursuit.

Peloton at 4:05

The break is barrelling towards the day's second ascent, the category 2 haul of Ricken, and the gap to the peloton remains steady at a shade over the four-minute mark. Ineos have a controlling interest in the bunch for the time being.

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With a sizeable chunk of the Tour de France peloton currently racing in the Critérium du Dauphiné , a second wave of riders targeting the grand tour will begin their own final preparations at the Tour de Suisse .

Starting on Sunday and running for eight days, the contest will see more of the sport’s top names in action. The top four GC contenders will be missing, with Tadej Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates) still recovering from the Giro d’Italia, Jonas Vingegaard (Visma-Lease a Bike) still rebuilding after his Itzulia Basque Country crash on April 4, and both Primož Roglič (Bora-Hansgrohe) and Remco Evenepoel (Soudal Quick-Step) in action in the Dauphiné.

In their absence a number of other potential Tour podium contenders will be lighting up the roads in Switzerland, including former Tour de France winner Egan Bernal (Ineos Grenadiers).

Five years ago the Colombian became the youngest Tour champion since 1909. Since then he has been blighted by injury, including a near-fatal training crash in 2022, but this season has seen his best form in years.

His results include GC third places in both the Volta a Catalunya and the O Gran Camiño, as well as a number of other top 10 finishes. He will aim for a stirring showing in Switzerland prior to his Tour participation, as will teammate Tom Pidcock .

The Briton won the Amstel Gold Race in April and was fourth in Strade Bianche. He has built his season around a strong performance in the Tour and with leadership in mind, will want to make a statement in Switzerland.

Returning after his overall victory last year will be Lidl-Trek rider Mathias Skjelmose . The Lidl-Trek climber was third in Itzulia Basque Country and will be psyched to repeat his 2023 success.

UAE Team Emirates has a stacked team, with last year’s Tour de France podium-finisher Adam Yates hoping to be back on track after suffering a bad concussion in the UAE Tour. Yates will be joined by Joâo Almeida , who could also be in the running, while their young teammate Isaac del Toro has the talent to do something big.

Movistar will be captained by Enric Mas , three times the runner-up in the Vuelta a España, and EF Education First will feature 2019 Giro d’Italia winner Richard Carapaz (EF Education-EasyPost).

Cian Uijtdebroeks will hope to be back in form after withdrawing from the Giro d’Italia with illness. The Visma-Lease a Bike rider won’t do the Tour this year, meaning the Tour de Suisse could be a major target in itself.

Lenny Martinez (Groupama-FDJ) is another top young talent, and his recent win in the Mercan’Tour Classic Alpes-Maritimes hints at the form he could show in the high mountains.

High altitude showdowns plus two stages for sprinters

Tour de Suisse 2024

As expected from a country as mountainous as Switzerland, there will be a major emphasis on climbing in this year’s Tour de Suisse. Four of the eight stages have summit finishes, while the final stage is a time trial finishing with a long uphill.

Stage 1 on Sunday is a 4.8km time trial starting and finishing in Vaduz. It is completely flat, while stage 2 to Regensdorf features three classified climbs and a total of 2,400 meters of ascent. The last climb does top out with about 9km to go, making a big sprint possible.

Day three runs from Steinmaur to Rüschlikon and is another one that could suit the sprinters, although 2,000 meters of climbing plus an uphill ramp to the finish may complicate thing slightly.

Look out for Mark Cavendish (Astana Qazaqstan) to try to shine on one or both of these days, with a possible morale boost prior to his final Tour de France a big motivation. Also chasing sprint glory are Arnaud De Lie (Lotto Dstny), Bryan Coquard (Cofidis), Pascal Ackermann (Israel-Premier Tech), Jordi Meeus (Bora-Hansgrohe), and others.

The uphill stars step forward on stage 4, which takes the bunch 170.5km to San Gottardo. The final climbs begin 30km from the finish line and finish with the 8.2km ascent of the Gotthard Pass. That takes the riders to 2,041 meters above sea level, and will be a big test of form.

Stage five continues that climbing requirement and while the first two climbs are followed by a near 100km stretch of downhill and flat roads, it does conclude with the 10.2km ascent to Carì, averaging 8 percent.

Stage 6 was billed as the race’s queen stage but race organizers stated on Friday that problems with snow on the Nufenenpass meant that climb would be excluded. Other alternatives were also ruled out, meaning the race will instead be seriously shortened from 151.4km to just 42.5km.

It will still finish atop the Blatten-Belalp climb, but will total only 848 meters in altitude gain. The planned #RideforGino award in tribute to Gino Mäder moves from the Nufenen Pass to the Gotthard Pass on stage four.

Two further days of racing will follow after that point. Stage 7 is a three-peak day in the mountains, with a climb of the Col de la Croix situated just after the start to put pressure on the riders and again just after halfway through, then a finishing climb at Villars-Sur-Ollon.

The big Tour warm-up race then concludes next Sunday with a 15.7km individual time trial from Aigle to, once more, Villars-Sur-Ollon.

Most of the test is uphill, enabling the climbing specialists to have one final opportunity to chase the race leader’s jersey and to land a major pre-Tour de France morale boost.

Tour de Suisse 2024

Stage 1, June 9: Vaduz to Vaduz (4.8km) Stage 2, June 10: Vaduz to Regensdorf (176.9km) Stage 3, June 11: Steinmaur to Rüschlikon (161.7km) Stage 4, June 12: Rüschlikon to San Gottardo (170.9km) Stage 5, June 13: Ambri to Cari (148.6km) Stage 6, June 14: Ulrichen to Blaten-Belalp (42.5km) Stage 7, June 15: Villars-sur-Ollon to Villars-sur-Ollon (118.2km) Stage 8, June 16: Aigle to Villars-sur-Ollon time trial (15.7km)

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