2024 Baloise Belgium Tour
Male Team 12 - 16 Jun

Belgium Tour

747 Kilometers 5 Stages
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TV

Stages will be broadcat on the Eurosport App and MAX.

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Timetable

All stages will end around 1715 CEST.

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Bonus

There will be 10-6-4″ at the finish of all four road stages, with 3-2-1″ attributed at each of the three sprints forming the ‘Golden Kilometer‘, all within less than a km’s distance.

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Social Media

The organisers’ official Instagram account is @baloisebelgiumtour.

Stages

Analysis

01
Beringen (CRI / ITT) (12km)
12 June
02
Merelbeke - Knokke-Heist (185.5km)
13 June
03
Turnhout - Scherpenheuvel-Zichem (188.3km)
14 June
04
Burbuy (177km)
15 June
05
Brussel (185.9km)
16 June

Analysis

The Movistar Team makes its debut at one of the longest-standing stageraces in the whole calendar, the Baloise Belgium Tour, almost hundred editions to date. An event where rouleurs, classics contenders and fast men all have their chance, right before the National Championships.

The overall classification will start getting sorted right from the start (Wednesday 12th), with a 12km individual time trial in Beringen. Following a first sprint chance in Knokke-Heist (Thursday 13th), the race will visit the Hageland roads on Friday 14th, climbing Het Rot, Kerkstraat (cobbled) and Roeselberg into the stage three circuit.

Stage four (Saturday 15th), on Walloon turf, will be the Queen one, with a circuit around Durbuy with the ‘côtes’ of Champs des Hêtres, Petitesomme, Hermanne and the so-called ‘Mur’ (1.2km, 6.2%). The showdown (Sunday 16th), as it’s already a tradition, will be a sprint in Brussels.