Tour de Berne

Tour de Berne is an elite professional road bicycle racing event held in Berne, Switzerland with races for men and women.

Women's eventEdit

The women's Tour de Berne is an elite professional event and since 2005 has been elevated to the UCI Women's Road Cycling World Cup. The race is six laps of a 20.8 km (12.9 mi) city circuit for 124.8 km (77.5 mi) total distance.

Past winnersEdit

Year Country Rider Team
2001   Germany Vera Hohlfeld Acca Due O Pasta
2002    Switzerland Priska Doppmann Mazza Cipret-Schweiz Rot Comp
2003   Australia Olivia Gollan Australian National Team
2004   Italy Fabiana Luperini Team Let's Go Finland
2005   Lithuania Edita Pučinskaitė Nobili Rubinetterie - Menikini Cogeas
2006   Kazakhstan Zulfiya Zabirova Team Bigla
2007   Lithuania Edita Pučinskaitė Equipe Nürnberger Versicherung
2008   Sweden Susanne Ljungskog
2009   United States Kristin Armstrong
2010   Great Britain Sharon Laws

Men's eventEdit

The men's event began in 1921 and is currently a UCI 1.2 rated event on the UCI Europe Tour.

Year Country Rider Team
1992    Switzerland Erich Mächler Helvetia-Fichtel & Sachs
1993   Germany Erik Zabel Team Telekom
1994   Germany Andreas Kappes Trident-Schick
1995   Italy Luca Scinto MG Maglificio–Technogym
1996    Switzerland Beat Zberg Carrera Jeans–Tassoni
1997   Sweden Michael Andersson TVM–Farm Frites
1998    Switzerland Markus Zberg Post Swiss Team
1999   Italy Andrea Ferrigato Ballan-Alessio
2000    Switzerland Lukas Zumsteg Phonak
2001   Germany Danilo Hondo Team Telekom
2002   Luxembourg Kim Kirchen Fassa Bortolo
2003 No race
2004   Belarus Alexandre Usov Phonak
2005   Germany René Weissinger Volksbank-Leingrüber-Ideal
2006 No race
2007    Switzerland Stefan Trafelet V.C. Mendrisio
2008   Poland Jarosław Marycz Team FidiBC.com
2009    Switzerland Michael Themann Maler Meier-Sporthaus Ponzio
2010   Hong Kong Choi Ki Ho Hong Kong Pro Cycling
2011    Switzerland Pirmin Lang Atlas Personal
2012    Switzerland Silvan Dillier EKZ Racing Team
2013    Switzerland Marcel Wyss IAM Cycling
2014   Austria Matthias Brändle IAM Cycling
2015    Switzerland Tom Bohli BMC Development Team
2016   Italy Enrico Salvador Unieuro–Wilier
2017   Italy Filippo Fortin Tirol Cycling Team

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