Tour de Hongrie campaign on Eurosport
2021 in the focus
For more than a month, from 28 November, 30-sec TV-spots of next year’s Tour de Hongrie are aired on Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2. According to the telecasts, until the end of December, our Tour de Hongrie spot is placed not only to cycling-rel
Attila Valter won the Tour de Hongrie!
Fantastic Hungarian victory in the highest point o
Last stage of Tour de Hongrie brought an amazing Hungarian success, Attila Valter attacked on the last km – no one could keep the rythm with him, peloton was not able to catch the Hungarian talent. CCC Team’s rider won the stage in Kékestető,
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What a triple: Mareczko did it again!
Groves kept the yellow jersey
Stage 4 of the 41st Tour de Hongrie traveled between Sárospatak and Kazincbarcika today and after 180 km of racing the etape ended with a sprint finish. It was a successful day again for CCC Team’s Italian sprinter, Jakub Mareczko who won for th
Mareczko-double in Nyíregyháza
Australian Groves in the yellow jersey
Today’s stage of Tour de Hongrie ended with a sprint finish: the peloton traveled 182 km between Karcag and Nyíregyháza, at the end of stage 3 CCC Team’s Italian sprinter, Jakub Mareczko could celebrate – similar to yesterday in Hajdúszobo
Italian fireworks in Hajdúszoboszló
Great day for András Szatmáry
Italy’s Jakub Mareczko from CCC Team won the second stage of Tour de Hongrie in Hajdúszoboszló, however the day had a Hungarian hero, too: András Szatmáry (National Team of Hungary) was in the breakaway group for about 130 km and he took the
Historical Spanish victory at the Basilica
Aberasturi won Stage 1
The 1st stage of the 41st edition of Tour de Hongrie ended with a sprint finish where Spain’s Jon Aberasturi became the best: the peloton raced over 118 km on day 1, in and around of the beautiful landscapes of Esztergom. The stage finished in fr
The battle starts for the yellow jersey
Tour de Hongrie team presentation in Budapest
Participants of the Tour de Hongrie arrived to Hungary, the official start list says 119 riders from 20 teams will attend Hungary’s biggest cycling race which starts on Saturday. Teams were presented to the fans in the Hungarian capital, in front
Start list of Tour de Hongrie
Twenty teams, 119 competitors
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Tour de Hongrie Roadbook
The most important informations
The Tour de Hongrie Roadbook is already in print, this guidebook contains the most important information related to the race.
Here are the teams of Tour de Hongrie
Teams for the 41th edition
Hungary’s biggest cycling race will be held between 29 August – 2 September 2020. Here are the final squads for the 2020 Tour de Hongrie: 20 teams with 120 riders. To be more exact: five World Teams, eight Pro Teams and six Continental teams. N
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The winners of the Tour de Hongrie
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