Commentary David Loosli
The final challenge takes the cyclists from Chur via Landquart and Davos to the finish line at the Roland Arena, Lantsch/Lenz in the holiday region Lenzerheide. There are over 2,000 metres of altitude to cover on the 100 kilometres. A short but very difficult stage! As the decision in the General Classification will be made today, the first attacks could take place already on the ascent to Davos. The climbers will definitely be at the fore today. Not least because a tough final climb awaits them from Tiefencastel to Lenz. One thing is certain. The mountain finish at the Roland Arena will crown a worthy stage and overall winner.
Davos is a mecca for mountain bikers and adventure seekers.
Major sporting events have a long tradition in Lenzerheide. Alpine Skiing World Cups, Mountain Bike World Championships and now the Tour de Suisse.
The Roland Arena, Lantsch/Lenz in the Lenzerheide holiday region will host the first Biathlon World Championships on Swiss soil in 2025.
Chur is the oldest city in Switzerland and an ideal starting point for discovery tours in the canton of Grisons (Graubünden).