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Who wins EuroEyes Cyclassics 2017?

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The EuroEyes-Cyclassics in Hamburg is one of the most exciting cycling event of the season. This year it will take place on 20 and 21 August. The EuroEyes CYCLASSICS are part of the VELOTHON series, which organizes unique and breathtaking cycling events in the most attractive cities in the world. In addition to Hamburg, the series will also be held in the year 17/18. First stop is in Berlin during June. Next stops will be Wales, Edmonton and Stockholm. With more than 20,000 competitors, Hamburg will not only be Europe's biggest race, but also one of two professional cycling races of the UCI WorldTour on German soil.

The Cyclassics in Hamburg are the biggest ever race in Europe. In 2017, more than 20,000 road cyclists are expected to make a pilgrimage to Hamburg to participate in the major event. Registration cost 67.50 euros for the shortest distance, 74 euros for the 120 kilometers and the 180 kilometers for 79 euros (including the so-called active fee).

New for 2017 is the length of the route, which is now 60, 120 and 180 kilometers. And on the 120 and 180 round, only racing bikes are allowed The Cyclassics 60 lead you to the west of Hamburg and it is promoted by the organizers:“The start between Hamburg's famous lakes, the inner and the outer Alster and then take beyond the city's borders and into the federal country Schleswig-Holstein. On the way back the Kösterberg hill awaits. Make sure you fully enjoy the route from here on as countless highlights await on your way to the finish line. You'll ride past the Reeperbahn, Hamburg's famous night-life-street.”

From the start, the 120 km round will take to the south via the famous Köhlbrand Bridge.  The course leads you to outer Hamburg and into Lower Saxony via Harburg and the Köhlbrandbrücke. After riding through Hamburg's vicinity the course takes you back to the very heart of Hamburg and the finish straight on the 'Mönckebergstraße'.

The large 180 km circuit combines the 120 km and the 60 km route. Definitely a challenge for all hobbies. The course combines the known features of the event with a new incomparable race character and offers all endurance enthusiasts the ultimate challenge. On top of that, the 180 km course features a following award ceremony for the very best.

The list of winners of the Hamburg contains many prominent names: Jan Ullrich, Erik Zabel, RobbieMcEwen, John Degenkolb or André Greipel. Especially the German athletes can always shine in the Hansestadt. In 1998 the Cyclassics got world cup status and since 2005 the Hamburg cycling race belongs to the UCI World Tour, the royal class of cycling, and is one of the most important one-day races in the world.

Caleb Ewan (Orica-BikeExchange) claimed the victory at the Cyclassics Hamburg in 2016 after Nacer Bouhanni (Cofidis) was relegated for deviating from his line in the sprint finish. "I'm really happy with the victory," Ewan said."It was a very fast and tough sprint. I had to deviate from my line a bit and it's always difficult to try and regain momentum after that.”