Ronde van Limburg race info
On Monday 29 May, we will discover who will be Arnaud De Lie's successor in Ronde van Limburg. Download the fan guide which contains the timetable and roadmap below.
Want to experience the start and finish of Ronde van Limburg from the front row? Discover the programme below on the Kolonel Dusartplein at the start in Hasselt and on the Eeuwfeestwal at the finish line in Tongeren!
Ronde van Limburg will start in Hasselt for the third year in a row. This year, unlike the past two editions, the peloton will start from the Kolonel Dusartplein. This is what the programme in Hasselt looks like:
- 11:00: Team presentation on the Kolonel Dusartplein
- 12:15: Start of the race on the Kolonel Dusartplein
The slightly uphill finish in Tongeren has become a tradition. Would you like to be on the front row for the bunch sprint or welcome the solo finisher with a warm applause? Then head down to the Eeuwfeestwal in Tongeren on Monday 29 May. What's on the programme?
- 14:24: Earliest anticipated first passage at the finish
- 15:17: Earliest anticipated second passage at the finish
- 16:09: Earliest anticipated third passage at the finish
- 17:01: Earliest anticipated finish
On Monday 29 May, we kick off the Nieuwsblad Cycling Series in the Ronde van Limburg setting. Special Olympics athletes will compete on a course of just under two kilometers in and around Tongeren. The race kicks off at 13:00 on the Eeuwfeestwal in Tongeren. Just under 45 minutes later, we will honour the winners on the podium and pay tribute to all participants.
Wondering who will be at the start on Monday 29 May? Discover the provisional start list below!
Do you prefer to follow the race from the comfort of your own armchair so that you don’t have to miss a second of the race? We have listed the channels on which you can watch a live broadcast in our list of broadcasters below. The first live images will be appearing as from 15:00.
- Belgium: VRT
- Worldwide: Eurosport, GCN+, Discovery+
For the second year running, the race started in the heart of the provincial capital Hasselt. After the ride to the Hoge Kempen National Park, the peloton set off for Bilzen, Village of the Ronde, and its landcommandery Alden Biesen. After two local laps with 5 climbs, 3 finale loops followed with 4 climbs in the vicinity of Tongeren and Borgloon. At the end of the race, young Arnaud De Lie was crowned the winner after a tough uphill sprint. The Lie made it to the finish on the Eeuwfeestwal in Tongeren in front of Simone Consonni and Danny Van Poppel.
The race information will be available in the run-up to the race.
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On Sunday 28 May, you can explore the roads of Ronde van Limburg a day before the pros. Starting in Hasselt, Best of Limburg will show you the most beautiful spots in the south of the provincial capital.