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

The 81st edition of the SkodaTour Luxembourg started on Tuesday with the first stage over 140 km, which started in Luxembourg-Kirchberg and also ended there. Six riders formed the breakaway group of the day: Jack Bauer (BikeExchange), Sebastian Schönberger (B&B Hotels), Kenny Molly (Bingoal), Angel Fuentes Paniego (Burgos), Evaldas Siskevicius (Delko) and Emerson Oronte (Rally). They had a lead of almost four minutes over the

Watch the race live on RTL, Eurosport, GCN, L’Équipe TV, SuperSport, Sky Sport and Claro Sport     The 2021 edition of the Škoda Tour LuXembourg will be broadcasted in 202 countries. In Luxembourg the final two hours of all the stages can be viewed live on RTL and   An international live transmission will also be provided by Eurosport (Europe) and GCN (World Wide), L’Équipe TV in France, Sky Sport in New Zealand, Claro Sport in Latin America and SuperSport in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Spotlight on Luxembourgish riders   If Bob Jungels will mark his return to the peloton on September 14, the 81st edition of the Škoda Tour de Luxembourg will also mark the end of Ben Gastauer's career.   93 days after a 19th place at the Tour de Suisse and after recovering from an iliac artery endofibrosis operation Bob Jungels is about to rediscover the scent of competition. Winner of

Spotlight on the headliners of the 2021 edition, will see the presence of the Spaniard Jesus Herrada, winner of the event in 2019.   Winner in 2020, Diego Ulissi will not defend his title. Despite the Italian’s absence, the UAE roster presents itself with some quality riders, starting with the experienced David de la Cruz. At 32, the Spaniard remains in a very good 7th place at the Vuelta. He will