Tour de l’Avenir confirmed for August 14-19

The poster of the 2020 Tour de l’Avenir
The poster of the 2020 Tour de l’Avenir (Image credit: Tour de l’Avenir)

The Tour de l’Avenir will go ahead this summer, with race organisers confirming a six-stage race in the east of France and the Alps between August 14-19.

The Tour de l’Avenir or 'Tour of the Future' is considered the most prestigious race on the under-23 calendar, with recent previous winners including Egan Bernal (2017) Tadej Pogacar (2018) and other riders who have gone on to have successful professional careers and secure major stage race victories. 

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