The Lake Sempach Region to welcome the Tour de Suisse 2023

On June 12th 2023 the Lake Sempach Region will be in the spotlight of the cycling world. As part of the Tour de Suisse, a stage will take place throughout the region. Starting in Beromünster and finishing in Nottwil, all the municipalities of the regional development...

Tour de Suisse and Glatz – two original Swiss entities

"We are very proud to be able to accompany the Tour de Suisse as an official sponsoring partner. After all we have a lot in common: Swiss tradition, endurance and resilience, wind and sun as well as the constant striving for top performance," explains Goris Verburg,...

First ever Tour de Suisse for Supersapiens

Supersapiens was a proud partner of the 2021 Tour de Suisse. Selected for their resilience in attacks and solo breakaways, Supersapiens celebrated both the men’s and women’s Most Combative rider daily on the podium. Additionally, Supersapiens served as the women’s...

Tour de Suisse

June 12-19, 2022

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Rankings 2021

Overall winner

Richard CARAPAZ

Richard CARAPAZ

INEOS Grenadiers

Sprint

Stefan BISSEGGER

Stefan BISSEGGER

EF Education - Nippo

Youth

Eddie DUNBAR

Eddie DUNBAR

INEOS Grenadiers

Mountain

Michael WOODS

Michael WOODS

Israel start-up nation

Stage 8

Gino MÄDER

Gino MÄDER

Bahrain - Victorious

Tour de Suisse 2021

Thank you for being there and see you next year!

Pictures of the Tour de Suisse 2021

UAE TEAM EMIRATES
TEAM QHUBEKA ASSOS
JUMBO-VISMA
TREK – SEGAFREDO
MOVISTAR TEAM
LOTTO SOUDAL
ISRAEL START-UP NATION
INEOS GRENADIERS
GROUPAMA – FDJ
TEAM DSM
DECEUNINCK – QUICK-STEP
COFIDIS
BORA – HANSGROHE
TEAM BIKEEXCHANGE
ASTANA – PREMIER TECH
AG2R CITROEN TEAM
SWISS CYCLING TEAM
TOTAL DIRECT ENERGIE
RALLY CYCLING
BAHRAIN VICTORIOUS
EF EDUCATION – NIPPO
INTERMARCHÉ – WANTY – GOBERT MATÉRIAUX
ALPECIN-FENIX

Get the TdS wristband today. Up to CHF 2.00 of the sales price of CHF 7.00 (incl. shipping costs and VAT) per wristband will go to projects that support up-and-coming Swiss cyclists. The remainder will be used to develop the Tour de Suisse, the fourth largest stage race in the world, and make it even more appealing.