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Tour de Pologne 2017 will start on 29 July in Krakow and will end on August 4 in Bukowina.  “This time we decided to slightly change the route of the race, but could not miss on it even Krakow, which for us is as important as Paris for the Tour de France. There will be two hilly stages, typically one sprint and four mountain. It's a race that will fit cyclists likes Rafal Majka or Vincenzo Nibaliego for whom the harder the better” - sums up the route Czesław Lang, a former cyclist, director of the Tour de Pologne.

Tour de Pologne 2017 will last seven days: July 29 - August 4 . In addition to Krakow and Bukowina Tatra various stages will be completed in Katowice, Zabrze, Nowy Sacz, Rzeszów, Zakopane. This time, there will be no visit to Warsaw, Polish capital. As in the past there will be organized amateur race. It is not yet confirmed the tour organization of women. 
Lotto-Soudal's Tim Wellens is the defending champion of the race although he won't defend his title as he heads instead to the Tour de France. 

Tour de Pologne has its own character. It's a race very dynamic, open, where we discover the big stars. This route we laid so that there was room for all. Someone who wants to win, he will have to be alert from beginning to end. I turned just a little cat tail upward to cause unrest, but that such is to be the race - said Czesław Lang. 

The long-awaited reduction in the number of riders per team will be tested this year. The 22 teams will consist of seven participants and not by eight, as previously. The 2017 Tour of Poland will have 22 participants fewer than the 2016 edition. The organizers of the event, present on the World Tour calendar, decided to reduce the number of team riders from eight to seven . the news was confirmed Wednesday by Czeslaw Lang, director of the event: "We believe that this decision, approved by the UCI, can help provide better security during the race , [...] it also participates To make the race even more exciting, especially in certain phases. "

The reduction of team sizes for the Tour de Pologne is also likely to assist WorldTour teams with the Clásica de San Sebastián (July 29) and RideLondon–Surrey Classic (July 30) taking place on the same opening weekend of the race. The BinckBank Tour is the next race on the WorldTour calendar, starting on August 7 in the Netherlands, just days after the Tour de Pologne concludes August 4 in Bukowina Tatrzańska.
Polish Cycling Federation (Cycling Association) announced the names of seven players who, during the 74th Tour de Pologne will be to ride in the Polish national team. 

Association announced that the leaders of the national team will be Marek Rutkiewicz ( Wibatech 7R Fuji) and Paweł Cieślik ( Elkov-Author ). They added on Twitter that the complement Paweł Bernas ( Domin Sport ), Kamil Gradek (One Pro Cycling), Adam Stachowiak (Voster Uniwheels Team), Emanuel and Paul Sand Franczak (both Team Hurom).