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A short Ardennenrit mountain biking is a highlight of the fifteenth edition of the Ibm Tour

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A short Ardennenrit with the start and finish, after 96,2 kilometers of mountain biking, the highlight of the fifteenth edition of the Ibm Tour, which will be on Monday, August 12, starting, for example, the organizers of the Dutch-Belgian world tour race Tuesday during an informal press conference in the Netherlands, Eindhoven is known.

The organiser Golazo, had already, with much of the stages disclosed, but on the entire route of this year’s edition, we just had to wait till today/on Tuesday. The race begins with a stage from Charleroi to Read more from in the region of Zeeuws-Vlaanderen (167,7 km), with a passage of the Drowned Land of Saeftinghe. A day later, there is a sprintersetappe start hotel and check-in after 167,9 km in Ardooie. Also, in the last stage with start and finish in Aalter, belgium (137,8 miles) stands out, and it is a fitting tribute to the centenary of the original Flandrien Briek Schotte, three times in the passage of the hot and spicy kasseistrook of Brieks statue in Kanegem.

One is the klimetappe mountain biking, is just short of 100 miles, and consists of three rounds, with each of the steep ascents of the Bois-des-Moines, of Saint-Roch, the annual openingsklim in the liege-Bastogne-Liege. The rest of the day at any time of day, right on the Belgian national holiday.

On Friday the peloton goes by, the one and only multi-day UCI WorldTour event in the Low Countries, from Riemst to re-cross the border in the direction of the Dutch town of Venray (184,9 km). Saturday will be an individual time trial is about 8.5 km to the centre of the Hague, netherlands, on Sunday following the final stage in the Flemish Ardennes, between Sint-Pieters-Leeuw and in Geraardsbergen (178,6 km), which is where the finish line is just as over the past few years, the Team is set at the foot of the Wall.

Last year I won the Slovenian Matej Mohoric (please note-Merida), for the Australian, Michael Matthews and Tim Wellens. Who is the last winner of 2014 and 2015 and is the only Belgian in the hall of fame.