A highly promising route From September 13th to 17th of 2022, Luxembourg will catch the cycling fever once again for the 82nd edition of the Škoda Tour LuXembourg, the Grand Duchy's biggest cycling race. The race will cross the hills of the luxembourgish Ardennes in the north, the fabulous vineyards of the Moselle river and the historical industrial sites of southern Luxembourg. However, the cyclists will not be

In the three races organized by TDL Organization, GP General Patton, GP de Luxembourg (both for U19 riders) and the Critérium Européen des Jeunes (U17), riders from Luxembourg, Belgium, France and the Netherlands were able to present themselves. At the GP General Patton, the victory went to the young Belgian Jarno Widar. At the GP de Luxembourg, Mathieu Kockelmann from Luxembourg was the fastest. At

The weekend of the 2nd and 3rd of July 2022 will be a well-filled one: the TDL Organisation asbl, host of the SkodaTour Luxembourg, will organise three international races for juniors and novices in the north of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. The 25th Critérium Européen des Jeunes will challenge the elite of the novice category on two demanding stages around Troisvierges and Diekirch. The young

The 82nd edition of the ŠkodaTour LuXembourg 2022 will once again offer plenty of entertainment to cycling fans with a very challenging route. The contenders for the overall victory will not be able to hide from the start of the race, which will take place from September 13 to 17. The first stage starts in Luxembourg-City and features four categorized climbs. After passing through the centre

The last stage of the 81st SkodaTour Luxembourg presented many challenges. On the hilly course of 183,7 km between Mersch and Luxembourg City, four categorized climbs had to be tackled. The breakaway group was formed by Benjamin King (Rallye), Otto Vergaerde (Alpecin), Morten Hulgaard (Uno-X Pro) and Kenny Molly (Bingoal). They took a lead of more than six minutes, but in the end, they had no

During the fourth stage of the SkodaTour Luxembourg, the riders had to compete in a 25,4 km individual time-trial, which started and finished in the heart of Dudelange. It was obvious that this time-trial would probably be decisive in the battle for the overall victory. The profile was far from flat, the 1,5 km climb of the Poteau de Kayl presented a real challenge. Mattia Cattaneo (Deceuninck)

With 189,3 km, the third stage on Thursday between Mondorf-les-Bains and Mamer was the longest of the 81st edition of the SkodaTour Luxembourg. Six riders broke away from the peloton: The Luxembourger Alex Kirsch (Trek) was accompanied by Ben O'Connor (Ag2r), Kenneth van Rooy (Sport Vlaanderen), Philipp Walsleben (Alpecin), Ceriel Desal (Bingoal) and Jasper de Buyst (Lotto-Soudal). Desal, however, was dropped with 55 km to go. In