Liège–Bastogne–Liège 2020 odds
Who wins Liège–Bastogne–Liège 2020?
There is no odds at Liège–Bastogne–Liège 2020 yet, but we had already found odds at Milan–San Remo 2020.
Who wins Liège–Bastogne–Liège 2019?
The tour Liege Bastogne is a pro cycling race which is going to be held in Belgium on 28th April 2019. It is one day race and one of the oldest part of monuments of European professional cycling race calendar. The race held annually at the Ardennes region, from Liege to Bastogne and back. The race contains the most demanding track with amiable distance which makes the Liege Bastogne the grueling one-day cycling race event of entire UCI world cycling tour. The circuit amounts total distance of 256 kilometers with up to brutal 11 climbs. The route of Liege Bastogne often changes each year, but in the upcoming event, it will be the same as the last year. The surface of the route consists of hilly mountain-stage with a few springs.
The 2018 version of Liege Bastogne pro cycling race was won by Bob Jungles (LUX) team quick-quick step floors, while on the other hand Michael Woods of team Cannondale took the second place on sprint.
The 2019 Route
At 256 kilometers, Liege Bastogne pro Cycling race is a constant onslaught in the Ardennes. A generally level opener races to the Côte de La Roche-en-Ardenne and right around 30 kilometers later the riders are in Bastogne at the Rond-Point de la Doyenne, which is the midway turn point. The course profits to Liège for considerably more requesting landscape. The Côte de Saint-Roch in Houffalize – 1 kilometer at 11.2% – gives a first taste of what's in store before the course proceeds to the Côte de Mont-le-Soie. This is, at kilometer 161 and with right around 100 kilometers remaining, where the tough assault truly starts. Inside 12 kilometers the riders handle Côte de Wanne (2.7 kilometers at 7.4%), Côte de Stockeu (1 kilometer at 12.5%) and Côte de Haute-Levée (3.1 kilometers at 7%) before proceeding to the Col du Rosier, which is the longest move of the day: 4.4 kilometers at 5.9%. Still, 50 kilometers to go.
Along plummet prompts the foot of the Col du Maquisard. The 2.5 kilometers move at 5% is nothing contrasted with the Col de la Redoute. The significant slope adds up to 2 kilometers, and its normal inclination is 8.9%, while the steepest slopes are 13%. A short drop and similarly short trip lead to Sprimont before the short, and sharp Côte des Forges shows up. The Côte de Saint-Nicolas is expelled from the finale, which makes the vitality sapping Côte de la Roche aux Faucons (1, 3 kilometers at 11%) the last ascension. To get up and go thing up the course proceeds with tough when the Roche aux Faucons crests out, yet in the long run, the riders drop down to a level run-in to the line. Expect a select gathering run of depleted men.
Stages of 2019
1- Cote de NY to Cote de Saint-Nicolas 256KM Hilly mountain-stage.