- Race Home
- Stage 15.1km Risch-Rotkreuz - Risch-Rotkreuz (Prologue)
- Stage 2161.1km Risch-Rotkreuz - Risch-Rotkreuz
- Stage 3117.3km Quinto - Olivone
- Stage 4193.2km Flims Laax Falera - Schwarzenbach SG
- Stage 5237.3km Unterterzen/Flumserberg - Sölden/Rettenbachgletscher
- Stage 6193.1km Wil SG - Biel/Bienne
- Stage 7152.5km Biel/Bienne - Düdingen
- Stage 8164.6km Bern - Bern
- Stage 938.4km Bern - Bern (ITT)
- Race history
The 2015 Tour de Suisse will provide a showcase for the top sprinters who will be at July's Tour de France. Mark Cavendish (Etixx-QuickStep), Peter Sagan (Tinkoff-Saxo), Alexandre Kristoff (Team Katusha) and John Degenkolb (Giant-Alpecin) will all be in Switzerland beginning Saturday to prepare for the July Grand Tour.
But don't expect the nine-day Tour de Suisse to be all about the sprinters. More than 15,000 metres of climbing await the 2015 Tour de Suisse peloton, which also includes general classification hopefuls Thibault Pinot (FDJ), who is looking to build on his third place at last year’s Tour de France. World road race champion Michal Kwiatkowsi (Etixx-QuickStep), who has enjoyed spells in the Tour’s white jersey for best young rider in the past two editions, will be hoping for a strong showing, as will Rafal Majka (Tinkoff-Saxo), who won two stages in July last year.