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Amstel Gold Race 2021

The 55th edition of the Amstel Gold Race is a one-day cycling race that will take place in the Dutch province of Limburg on Sunday, April 18, 2021. With the Geulhemmerberg, Bemelerberg, and Cauberg, the riders are to face in completing twelve 16.9-kilometer loops. The Cauberg will be withheld from the final circuit, making it slightly shorter. It will run as a 1.UWT race on the UCI World Tour through the ultimate route.

It historically symbolizes the turning point of the spring classics, with climbers and stage racers supplanting cobbled classics puncheurs as favorites. The Amstel Gold Race is the only one-day World Tour race held in the Netherlands, and it is regarded as the most important cycling event in the country. The race's title sponsor has been followed by Dutch beer brewer Amstel since its inception in 1966. The river Amstel, which flows through and around Amsterdam, is not explicitly pointed out in the name.

The Route

The route is 219 kilometers long and covers 38 short and steep climbs. The Amstel Gold Race generally starts in Maastricht and goes through the Dutch hills of southern Limburg, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, the route has been revised. Vilt is the starting point for the race, which is split into two rounds.

The Geulhemmerberg, Bemelerberg, and Cauberg make up the first circuit. It adds up 16.9 kilometers path and is completed twelve times before ending with a nearly 16-kilometer final circuit.

The puncheurs traverse the line for the final circuit after the final passage over the Cauberg for 800 meters at 6.5%. The riders take a right-hand turn shortly after reaching the top of the Geulhemmerberg like a 1-kilometer climb at 5% and sprint down narrow roads to the pier of the Bemelerberg. The last ascent is 900 meters long and has a 4.5% gradient. Shortly after passing through Terblijt, the riders turn left onto the alley-like Franse Steeg, and after reaching through Terblijt, the route re-enters the high road to enter in Vilt.

The Participants

Both professional and novice riders are seen competing in the race. Since the race is one of the most important one-day competitions in the Netherlands, many expert teams from around the world compete to win first place. However, the anticipated competing teams are listed below:

Competing teams: Lotto Soudal, Astana - Premier Tech, AG2R Citroën Team, BORA - hansgrohe, Team Arkéa Samsic, INEOS Grenadiers, Bahrain - Victorious, UAE-Team Emirates, Trek - Segafredo, Deceuninck - Quick Step, Team Jumbo-Visma, Team BikeExchange, Groupama - FDJ, Cofidis–Solutions Crédits, Movistar Team, Team Qhubeka ASSOS, EF Education - Nippo, Team DSM.

Recent Champions

The most recent edition, in 2019, had a dramatic conclusion. When Michal Kwiatkowski rejoined Julian Alaphilippe and Jakob Fuglsang just before the fast-paced, they had been on the attack for tens of kilometers and were performing extremely. However, the greatest excitement had yet to come. Within the last 300 meters, the peloton focused with the leaders, and Mathieu van der Poel sprinted to victory from the team Corendon–Circus.

Other contemporary riders are including Michael Valgren (Astana) 2018, Philippe Gilbert (Quick-Step Floors) 2017, Enrico Gasparotto (Wanty–Groupe Gobert) 2016, Michał Kwiatkowski (Etixx–Quick-Step) 2015, Philippe Gilbert (BMC Racing Team) 2014.