Men Elite race info

Official Fan Guide

Looking for all the practical information about the Brussels Cycling Classic? Then download our fan guide below. In this guide, you can consult the timetable and roadmap, and you can also read all about mobility and the not-to-be-missed team presentation. Be prepared for the start of your classic! 

Course

On Sunday, June 2nd, we will be looking for the successor to Arnaud Démare in the Brussels Cycling Classic. From the Brussels-Capital Region, the riders will face a journey of 218 kilometers with nine climbs and one cobbled sector along the way. With the double passage over the Muur - Kapelmuur, Bosberg, and Congoberg, the region around Geraardsbergen and Galmaarden seems to be crucial once again. Will we see a sprint from a reduced group like last year?

Start: Jubelpark in Brussels - 10:00
Finish: Houba de Strooperlaan in Brussels - 15:15
Distance: 218,4 km

Discover the timetable and roadmap in our Official Fan Guide!

Participants

Wondering who will be at the start of the Brussels Cycling Classic? Soon you will be able to discover the provisional start list!

Programme

The Cinquantenaire Park will once again be the setting for the start of the Brussels Cycling Classic. Before the riders kick off the race, we would like to introduce them to you during the team presentation. The finish is situated a little further at the Houba de Strooperlaan, in the shadow of the Atomium. This is what your programme in the Belgian capital will look like:

  • 8:45: Team presentation in the Cinquantenaire Park
  • 10:00: Start of the race in the Cinquantenaire Park
  • 15:15: Earliest foreseen finish on the Houba de Strooperlaan
1. France Arnaud Démare 2. Denmark Tobias Lund Andresen 3. Belgium Jordi Meeus 4. Eritrea Biniam Girmay 5. Belgium Dries Van Gestel 6. France Clément Venturini 7. France Matis Louvel 8. Belgium Tom Van Asbroeck 9. Belgium Cedric Beullens 10. Canada Derek Gee

Edition 2023

Arnaud Démare has won the Brussels Cycling Classic for the second time. On the first ascent of the Muur van Geraardsbergen, a select group rode away. The peloton did everything it could, but was unable to catch the group. Démare dealt with Tobias Lund Andresen and Jordi Meeus in the sprint.

Arnaud Démare sprints to second victory
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Arnaud Démare sprints to second victory
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Merlier and Girmay start in Brussels Cycling Classic
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Merlier and Girmay start in Brussels Cycling Classic
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How to get to Brussels Cycling Classic?
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How to get to Brussels Cycling Classic?
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Early breakaway survives and Van der Hoorn takes victory
Early breakaway survives and Van der Hoorn takes victory
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