What’s the latest from the world of sports in 2019 with the help of our #BikingRadar.
Aussie and New Zealand skier and cyclist Ryan Bailey’s #BicyclePassion will run through March 1st in the USA.
The inaugural B-Series Tour de France will be held on May 12th, 2019 in Belgium.
Tour de l’Avenir will kick off in France on July 5th and run until August 15th in Belgium, France, Italy, the Netherlands and Germany.
Tour of Oman will take place in Qatar from August 14th to 16th, 2022.
Tour Montréal will kick-off in France from August 21st to 22nd, 2022 in France.
Tour Down Under is due to start in the New South Wales, Australia from September 4th to 5th, 2021.
Tour Québec will run from September 18th to 19th, 2020.
Tour du Roi is due in France in early 2019.
Tour Cote d’Azur will be the second-longest stage race in Europe, with the race taking place on July 14th, 2026.
Tour Nantes will run on August 4th and the final day of the Tour de Romandie will take it to the finish on August 12th.
Tour Tuscany is set to take place from September 3rd to 4th, 2025.
Tour Liège will take a break from September 13th to 14th with the Tour of Turkey taking place in Turkey.
Tour Ghent is due for a break between September 15th and 16th.
Tour Roubaix is due until December 21st in Belgium with the final stages of the race running from January 15th to 18th.
Tour Aix-en-Provence is due October 18th until November 4th.
Tour Gent-Wevelgem is due on November 5th.
Tour Saint-Germain-Montparnasse is due from December 13th through January 11th in France and January 16th through February 10th in Germany.
Tour Zuiderzee is due between March 10th and 11th, 2024 in Germany and will take riders from around the world.
Tour Valkenburg will be an eight-day race from March 12th to March 18th, 2018.
Tour La Molina is due March 27th to April 3rd, 2020 in Spain and will run until April 5th in the United Kingdom.
Tour Lille is due May 7th to May 11th and will see riders from all over the world competing in a series of eight races from May 12 through May 15.
Tour Leipzig is due April 4th through May 5th 2018.
Tour Liege is due June 2nd to June 3rd 2019 in the Netherlands.
Tour Paris-Nice is due August 7th through September 5th 2019 in France, August 10th through October 9th 2019 and September 11th through November 1st 2019 in Germany, Belgium and Switzerland.
Tour Doha is due September 12th through December 1st, 2020 and will be one of the world’s longest cycling races.
Tour Omloop Het Nieuwsblad is due November 10th to December 14th 2019, the start of the final stage of the Dutch race.
Tour Izoigahara is due December 1 through 31st, 2019.
Tour Vuelta a Espana is due January 11 through March 20, 2020, the second stage of cycling’s biggest event.
Tour Volta ao Algarve is due February 2 through May 4, 2020 as part of the first stage of this year’s event.
Tour Poitiers is due July 6 through September 3, 2020 with the first three stages of cycling on the road to the Tour Down under.
Tour De Panne is due with the third stage of its race, a stage which includes stages of Belgium, the United States and the Netherlands, on October 6, 2019, a week after the opening race in Belgium and the United Arab Emirates.
Tour Ronde van Vlaanderen is due at the end of November with the Vuelta de la Plata on the calendar.
Tour Bretagne-Seche is due late in 2020 with stages of Britain, Italy and Spain.
Tour Eneco Tour is due mid-December with a stage of Belgium.
Tour Europcar is due early January with stages in Spain, France and the U.K. 36.
Tour Tour de Suisse is due by the end.
Tour Meribel is due next April.
Tour Pays de lisie is due when it is cancelled.