Tour de Romandie
The Tour de Romandie Archive combines footage of the stunning Swiss countryside with world class cycling as the riders hone their form in the build up to the Giro d'Italia and Tour de France.
-The Tour de Romandie is a cycling stage race which was founded in 1947 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Union Cycliste Switzerland. The first edition of the Tour gathered 40 riders divided into ten teams.
-The competition has evolved to become a 6 day race consisting of 20 professional cycling teams’ and 160 riders.
-2012 and 2013 have both been won by British Team Sky riders in Sir Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome.
-The race traditionally starts with an individual time trial prologue in Geneva and ends with another individual time-trial in the hilly terrains in Lausanne.
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The Tour de Romandie is a week long stage race that forms part of the UCI WorldTour. It is staged in Romandie, the French speaking region of Switzerland and was started in 1947 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Swiss Cycling.