Tour de Hongrie: ProSeries!
The dream came true
Based on the decision of the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI), Tour de Hongrie became a ProSeries race from 2023. With this success, Hungary’s Tour is guaranteed to be in the „upper house” of sport for the next three years - this also mean
Eddie Dunbar is the winner of Tour de Hongrie
Italy's Tiberi won the queen stage
Final stage of Tour de Hongrie ended with a huge spectacular battle, at the end of the 184km etape from Miskolc to Gyöngyös-Kékestető, Italian Antonio Tiberi could overtake the Irish Eddie Dunbar in the climbs and hills of Kékes, but the rider
Dylan Groenewegen won the sprint in Kazincbarcika
Fabio Jakobsen is still in the yellow jersey
Stage 4 of Tour de Hongrie ended in a spectacular sprint, Dylan Groenewegen from the Netherlands took the victory, ahead of his fellow Dutch Fabio Jakobsen. After four race days Jakobsen is still leading in the general classification. At the sta
Fabio Jakobsen in the yellow jersey
The Dutch star doubled
Stage 3 of Tour de Hongrie ended in a spectacular bunch-sprint in Nyíregyháza, Quick Step-Alpha Vinyl's Dutch star, the sprinter Fabio Jakobsen won the stage and he is now leading the general classification and wearing the special yellow jersey.
Fabio Jakobsen won the second stage
Jens Reynders in the yellow
Fabio Jakobsen from the Netherlands won Stage 2 of Tour de Hongrie, peloton travelled 192km between Karcag and Hajdúszoboszló in windy and sunny weather, just before the finish line several riders were involved in a crash. Belgian Jens Reynders
Dutch Kooij won in Székesfehérvár
Rising star of Jumbo-Visma in the yellow jersey
The 20-year-old rising star of Jumbo-Visma, Olav Kooij from the Netherlands, won Stage 1 of Tour de Hongrie in Székesfehérvár, ahead of two Olympic champions. After Day 1 Kooij is wearing the yellow jersey, the two Hungarians, Márton Dina and V
Startlist of Tour de Hongrie
22 teams, 131 competitors
The on-site registration of the teams of the 43rd Tour de Hongrie has ended, so the start list of the match is final: 131 cyclists of 22 teams - including 10 Hungarian riders - will start on Wednesday in Csákvár. Click for larger size!
One billion people can watch the Tour de Hongrie
Another milestone in the TV-market
With the help of A.S.O., communication and international media distribution partner of Tour de Hongrie, the race will reach more fans worldwide than ever before, by TV-coverages. Tour de Hongrie can be followed worldwide, in each continent, in more
The battle starts again for the yellow jersey
Five days, 22 teams, 905 kilometers
Teams’ presentation of the 43rd Tour de Hongrie will take place in Csákvár on 11 May. 132 riders from 22 teams are attending Hungary’s biggest and most prestigious cycling race. Tour de Hongrie has become more and more famous and attract
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Here is the provisional entry list of Tour de Hongrie!
22 teams are waiting for the start
Team presentation of the 43rd Tour de Hongrie, with the 22 participating squads, will take place in Csákvár on 11 May, Wednesday, from 12:00. The race features strong start list, from former Giro d’Italia winner, Vuelta’s points classificatio
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1st stage (2017), Keszthely–Zalaegerszeg (Photo: Fraunholcz Attila)
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