Tour de Romandie 2023 route

Route map for 2023 Tour de Romandie
Overall route for 2023 Tour de Romandie (Image credit: Tour de Romandie Foundation)

The Tour de Romandie returns for a 76th edition, April 25-30, 2023, with six days of racing across the high alpine mountains of Switzerland that serve as a proving ground for teams looking for climbing and time trialling to prepare for the Grand Tours.

Similar to last year, there are 702.5 kilometres of racing, but 25.5 of that comes across two time trials, an opening prologue in Le Bouveret on the southern shore of Lake Geneva and 18.75 on stage 3.

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Tour de Romandie 2023 stages
Row 0 - Cell 0 DateStart-FinishDistance
PrologueApril 25Le Bouvere-Port Vales6.8km
Stage 1April 26Crissier-Vallée de Joux170.9km
Stage 2April 27Morteau-La Chaux-de-Fonds162.7km
Stage 3April 28Châtel-Saint-Denis (ITT)18.8km
Stage 4April 29Sion - Thyon 2000 161.6km
Stage 5April 30Vufflens-la-Ville - Geneva 170.8km

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Jackie Tyson
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Jackie has been involved in professional sports for more than 30 years in news reporting, sports marketing and public relations. She founded Peloton Sports in 1998, a sports marketing and public relations agency, which managed projects for Tour de Georgia, Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah and USA Cycling. She also founded Bike Alpharetta Inc, a Georgia non-profit to promote safe cycling. She is proud to have worked in professional baseball for six years - from selling advertising to pulling the tarp for several minor league teams. She has climbed l'Alpe d'Huez three times (not fast). Her favorite road and gravel rides are around horse farms in north Georgia (USA) and around lavender fields in Provence (France), and some mtb rides in Park City, Utah (USA).

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