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Brussels Cycling Classic 2020

Brussels Cycling Classic is the single-day cycling road race, this year the Brussels Cycling Classic will be the 100th edition. It will be run as race-level 1.Pro and part of the 2020 UCI Europe Tour in Brussels, Belgium, on August 30th, 2020.

The Brussels Cycling Classic, which was previously known until June 2013 as Paris – Brussels, is a semi-classic one-day European road race, one of the oldest events on the international calendar. 1893 was the first edition of this event.

The Route

The race had frequently passed 400 km until 1926, in 1913 and 1914 the longest length was 440 km. This year the route was planned with significant sprints and a distance of possibly 203.7 km. The race began at Soissons in Picardy, 85-kilometers north-east of Paris, while the race began in Noyon before 1996 and in Senlis during the 1980s.

The race is usually level for much of its route and very often there is a headwind against the riders. A series of cobbled climbs such as the Alsemberg, Mont Saint Roch, and the Keperenberg define the last 25 km of the race and it is on these climbs that the winning break is often made.

The race finished at Place de Linde in the Brussels district of Anderlecht outside the Constant Vanden Stock Stadium for many years. The 2005 edition, however, marked a new finishing line at the Atomium north of Brussels center.

After the Vuelta a España moved to September 1995, many sprinter-roadmen favored the Spanish Tour and suffered from the quality of the track.

Participating Teams

Every year many teams participated in the race, the teams coming from UCI WorldTour teams, UCI Professional Continental teams, and also UCI Continental Team. Each team entered with their riders and competed for the race with extreme challenges.

Top competitor: Pascal Ackermann, Florian Sénéchal, Jasper Philipsen, Tim Merlier, Piotr Havik, Arvid de Kleijn, Jonas Rickaert, Eduard-Michael Grosu, Kenneth Van Rooy.

Competitor teams: Bora - Hansgrohe, Deceuninck - Quick Step, Team Jumbo-visma, Team Sunweb, Lotto Soudal, Beat Cycling Club, Uae-team Emirates, Alpecin-fenix, Riwal Readynez Cycling Team, Nippo Delko One Provence.

Recent Winners

Caleb Ewan is the most recent winner who wins the 99th edition of Brussels Cycling Classic 2019. He is an Australian road and track bicycle rider, currently riding for UCI WorldTeam Lotto–Soudal. And other current champions are Pascal Ackermann (Bora–Hansgrohe) 2018, Arnaud Démare (FDJ) 2017, Tom Boonen (Etixx–Quick-Step) 2016, Dylan Groenewegen (Team Roompot) 2015.