RACE:
BOELS LADIES TOUR (NL)

DATE:
AUGUST 29th – SEPTEMBER 3rd

STAGES:
7 STAGES


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STAGE 1

This year’s Boels Ladies Tour kicks of with a 4,3 km individual time trial on Tuesday, august 29th. This time trial will take place on the streets of Wageningen.


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STAGE 2

The second stage will take the riders from Eibergen to Arnhem over a course of 132,8 km. First, they’ll have to complete a big stretch of about 100 km, then they’ll have to complete two laps before finishing. This stage will be mostly flat, but in the end there are several hills to be conquered. There’s one bonussprint and there are two QOM’s spread throughout the course.


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STAGE 3

For the third stage, the riders will once again need their TT bikes. This time, it’s a time trial on a 16,9 km flat course, which starts and finishes in Roosendaal.


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STAGE 4

The fourth stage is another stage from one city to another. This time, it’s between Gennep and Weert, over a course of 121,4 km. First, the peloton will have to complete about 96 km before passing the finish line for the first time. After that, there a three local laps left. Throughout the course, there’ll be a pointsprint when passing the finish line.


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STAGE 5

The fifth stage is a 137,5 km race through the region where the Amstel Gold Race takes place. Put otherwise: this won’t be a flat one! The peloton will start in Strampoy and finish in Vaals after a big stretch and, again, two local laps. There’ll be a pointsprint again when passing the finish line.


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STAGE 6

The sixth and last stage of this year’s Boels Ladies Tour will start and finish in Sitterd, again in the hilly Dutch Limburg province. The riders will have to complete three big laps of about 50 km, resulting in a total distance of 157,1 km. There’ll be a pointsprint and six QOM’s spread throughout the hilly course.

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RACE:
BOELS LADIES TOUR (NL)

DATE:
AUGUST 29th – SEPTEMBER 3rd

STAGES:
7 STAGES


ABOUT 
STAGE 1

This year’s Boels Ladies Tour kicks of with a 4,3 km individual time trial on Tuesday, august 29th. This time trial will take place on the streets of Wageningen.


ABOUT 
STAGE 2

The second stage will take the riders from Eibergen to Arnhem over a course of 132,8 km. First, they’ll have to complete a big stretch of about 100 km, then they’ll have to complete two laps before finishing. This stage will be mostly flat, but in the end there are several hills to be conquered. There’s one bonussprint and there are two QOM’s spread throughout the course.


ABOUT 
STAGE 3

For the third stage, the riders will once again need their TT bikes. This time, it’s a time trial on a 16,9 km flat course, which starts and finishes in Roosendaal.


ABOUT 
STAGE 4

The fourth stage is another stage from one city to another. This time, it’s between Gennep and Weert, over a course of 121,4 km. First, the peloton will have to complete about 96 km before passing the finish line for the first time. After that, there a three local laps left. Throughout the course, there’ll be a pointsprint when passing the finish line.


ABOUT 
STAGE 5

The fifth stage is a 137,5 km race through the region where the Amstel Gold Race takes place. Put otherwise: this won’t be a flat one! The peloton will start in Strampoy and finish in Vaals after a big stretch and, again, two local laps. There’ll be a pointsprint again when passing the finish line.


ABOUT 
STAGE 6

The sixth and last stage of this year’s Boels Ladies Tour will start and finish in Sitterd, again in the hilly Dutch Limburg province. The riders will have to complete three big laps of about 50 km, resulting in a total distance of 157,1 km. There’ll be a pointsprint and six QOM’s spread throughout the hilly course.

LINE UP

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