The Elfstedenronde is a one-day road cycling race held annually in Belgium. It was held originally from 1943 until 1989, and returned in 2017 as the Bruges Cycling Classic. The race has also been also called the Tour des Onze Villes and the Circuit des Onze Villes. It is part of UCI Europe Tour in category 1.1.
|English name||Tour of the 11 Cities|
|Local name(s)||Elfstedenronde (Dutch)|
Circuit des Onze Villes (French)
Tour des Onze Villes (French)
|Competition||UCI Europe Tour|
|Editions||37 (as of 2019)|
|First winner||André Declerck (BEL)|
|Most wins|| Marcel Rijckaert (BEL)|
Hilaire Couvreur (BEL)
|Most recent||Tim Merlier (BEL)|
- "2017 Bruges Cycling Classic". ProCyclingStats. Retrieved 17 June 2017.
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