The 2022 Tour Of Denmark opens the stage for the riders on a largely flat 222.6km journey from Allerød to Køge, finishing with three laps of an 11km circuit. The Tour Of Denmark will be inaugurated on August 16. The five-stage racing tournament will end on August 20.
It will be a five-stage race beginning with a drawn-out day into Koge which will be areas of strength for the runners. Stage two will have the riders go through a singular time-preliminary of 12.2 kilometers which will set an early request for the battle for the overall grouping.
Tour Of Denmark 2022 Course Schedule and Routes Distances
The Tour Of Denmark 2022 will be a five-stage race. Riders will start off with a 225.3 kilometers long course from Allerød to Køge in the main stage Tuesday. Stage two will cover 12.2 kilometers inside Assens.
|Stage 1||Tuesday, August 16||Allerod – Koge||225.3 Km|
|Stage 2||Wednesday, August 17||Assens – Assens||12.2 Km|
|Stage 3||Thursday, August 18||Otterup – Herning||239.3 Km|
|Stage 4||Friday, August 19||Skive – Skive||167.3 Km|
|Stage 5||Saturday, August 20||Give – Vejle||126.5Km|
Tour Of Denmark 2022 Live TV Coverage
Eurosport will broadcast the Tour Of Denmark 2022 live starting from the 16th of August at 19:30. The GCN will also cover the event while the Live stream can be watched with a subscription on its streaming platform GCN+.