Tour of Romandie starts April 26th with a week of racing in the Swiss countryside.
The Tour of Romandie begins tomorrow with an exciting race format and great line up from Team Garmin-Cervelo. A 3.5km prologue opens things up with a pan flat course profile and what should be a sub 4 minute explosive effort perfect for prologue specialists.
Following the prologue the race moves into the hills for stages 1, 2, and 3. While there is a mountain top finish on stage 2, Romandie doesn’t have any high mountain finishes. The race course does have some significant climbing, but the overall classification will probably be decided during stage 4, a 20.5km individual time trial.
Team Garmin-Cervelo will have a great roster at the Tour of Romandie. We’re looking forward to seeing Dave Zabriskie and David Millar race the opening prologue and stage 4 individual time trial. Along with Zabriskie and Millar, our roster includes Jack Bobridge, Tom Danielson, Cameron Meyer, Peter Stetina, Andrew Talansky, Jack Bobridge, and Matt Wilson.
The Tour of Romandie should be a great week for Team Garmin-Cervelo, stay tuned to our team site for a full recap and race photos, like us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter for the latest race updates!
More photos from previous editions of the Tour of Romandie: