Race Course of the Elite

With the return to May 1, Eschborn-Frankfurt underlines its position in the UCI WorldTour calendar. In the transition from the spring monuments to the national tours, there will once again be a battle between the classics specialists and the sprinters' elite. As usual with big classics, the established route remains.

Classic route with a plus in safety in Frankfurt

After the start in Eschborn, the race heads into the city of Frankfurt for the first finish before setting its sights on the Taunus. From Oberursel, the iconic Taunusrunde, including the climbs to the Feldberg, Ruppertshainer, Mammolshainer and Billtalhöhe, challenges the pros. The fourth crossing of the Mammolshainer Stich heralds the final hour of racing. It goes back to Eschborn and on to the Mainschleife. The entrance to Frankfurt has been optimized. Now railroad tracks are bypassed as a possible danger spot to further increase the safety of the cyclists. After three finishing laps and 185 kilometers, the winner will be crowned in front of the Alte Oper in 2022.

The Race Course 2022

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