Healthy Ageing Tour lines up in March with Olympia's Tour

Lisa Klein (Canyon-SRAM)
Lisa Klein (Canyon-SRAM) won the GC title at the 2019 Healthy Ageing Tour (Image credit: Canyon SRAM)

Rescheduled from its traditional April slot on the UCI calendar as a race for elite women, the 2021 Healthy Ageing Tour will move to early March and be held in conjunction with the Olympia’s Tour (2.2) for elite and under-23 men.

The new dates for the women’s UCI 2.1 stage race will be March 9-12, positioning the event between the early spring Women’s WorldTour races of Strade Bianche (March 6) and Ronde van Drenthe (March 14). Since 2013 the Healthy Ageing Tour has also hosted a junior women’s competition and while the preliminary dates of March 10-12 have been selected, a final decision has not yet been made about continuing the race for juniors.

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