The 74th edition of the Tour de Romandie starts today with a first stage prologue of 4km in Oron.
It then sees the peloton taking on 12,500 vertical metres over 680 kilometres across the following five stages of racing, making it one of the most challenging editions of the six-day race.
The second stage of 168.1km from Aigle to Martigny takes on a circuit of four laps that features two category 3 climbs. Stage 3 is 165.7km long from La Neuveville. The riders take on five category 2 climbs before a final category 1 climb up the La Vue-des-Alpes and then descend down to the finish in Saint-Imier.
Stage 4 starts and finishes in Estavayer, featuring seven category 3 climbs over 168.7km. The queen stage (stage 5) has three category 1 climbs starting in Sion and finishing 161km later, with a summit finish on Thyon 2000. The race concludes with a 16.2km ITT in Fribourg.