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Tour de Luxembourg odds

Tour de Luxembourg 2021 will be held 14-18 september 2021. There is no odds at Tour de Luxembourg 2021 yet, but we have found odds at Tour de France 2022.

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Tour de Luxembourg 2020

The Tour de Luxembourg is an annual cycling stage race, usually held in Luxembourg as a professional bicycle road race. This year the race will be the 80th edition of the Tour de Luxembourg. It is going to take place this year as part of the 2020 UCI Europe Tour and as a 2.Pro event from 15-19 September 2020.

This event is generally classified as a 2.HC event by the UCI, the governing body of the sport, and is shown as the highest rating below the World Tour. Besides, the Tour has been considered part of the UCI Europe Tour since 2006, and this year the race has become part of the new UCI ProSeries. However, this event usually takes place in late May to early June and this time couldn't be held as scheduled time probably due to the pandemic situation, the event is sometimes used by riders as a preparation race for the Tour de France.

The Route

The route is designed with five wonderful stages, in which each stage involves a different race plan and distance, and will pass through the whole Grand Duchy.

The 1st stage is planned with sprints in mind, starting from Luxembourg, and finishing through a medium competition to the same location, with a total distance of 133 km.

Riders will begin the race from Remich in south-eastern Luxembourg and proceed to finish an intermediate sprint at Hesperange in the 2nd stage. This stage involves a mountainous round with about 164 km race distance. In the 3rd stage, riders will have to go to the medium-mountain stage and begin from Rosport in eastern Luxembourg, while they will ride to end the race to Schifflange bypassing the distance of nearly 150 km.

The 4rh route is intricate to the extent in the way riders will run through hilly zones. The race will set forth from Rodange and proceed through mountainous areas to end at Differdange with a total distance of 219 km, which is one of the races in stages with the maximum distance.

Finally, riders will start their race from Mersch in central Luxembourg, in the 5th stage and will finish the race covering 187 km total race distance through a flat road competition. This stage is designed in a way that is frequently used in previous editions.

Participating Teams

There are many teams from the UCI Professional Continental Team, UCI Continental Team, and UCI World Teams participating in this event. Since it is likely held before the Tour de France, riders get a chance to prepare themselves through this competition. However, here are the competing teams and top competitors.

Competing teams: Astana Pro Team, Lotto Soudal, NTT Pro Cycling, UAE-Team Emirates, W52 / FC Porto, AG2R La Mondiale, Burgos-BH, Leopard Pro Cycling, Team Vorarlberg Santic and so on.

Top competitors: Arnaud Démare, Alex Kirsch, Ben Gastauer, Kevin Geniets, Martijn Budding, Michel Ries, Quinten Hermans.

Recent Winners

Jesús Herrada López is a professional racer from Spanish, the most recent winner who won the 2019 edition on behalf of the Team Cofidis.

Other recent champions are Andrea Pasqualon (Wanty–Groupe Gobert) 2018, Greg Van Avermaet (BMC Racing Team) 2017, Maurits Lammertink (Roompot–Oranje Peloton) 2016, Linus Gerdemann (Cult Energy Pro Cycling) 2015.