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New decisive loop along the Main River

Route announcement for 2019


StreckenkarteA selective course in the hilly Taunus region is awaiting the pros in the elite race of the 58th edition of Eschborn-Frankfurt. Only 3 days after the monument race of Liège-Bastogne-Liège, the German Classic challenges the classic riders for a great finish of the classic season - broadcasted live on the biggest German public TV channel for the first time after ten years. WIth 187.5km and over 3,200m of altitude, Eschborn-Frankfurt lives up to its name.

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Eschborn-Frankfurt 2018


Norwegian wins 4th time

Alexander Kristoff makes history!


Winner KristoffAlexander Kristoff (UAE Team Emirates) overcame all the obstacles in the 57th edition of Eschborn–Frankfurt to claim his fourth consecutive victory in the German spring classic. The 30-year-old Norwegian is now the sole record-holder of the race. Kristoff tamed the tough circuit around the Taunus Hills, which was peppered with ten climbs for a total elevation gain of 3.500 metres — the hilliest course in the history of the event.

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Highlight clip of an exciting race

Eschborn-Frankfurt 2018 - Best of in 100 seconds



Challenging route and international top teams

An exciting 1st of May is coming up!


Provides all necessary information about the elite race

Technical Guide out now


RoadbookThe official technical guide of the "German classic" Eschborn-Frankfurt has been published. In the guide, you can find all necessary information about the elite race, the U23 race and the Junior's race. It includes time tables, the exact routes, the rules and the site plans of start and finish area.

Technical Guide for Download (18 MB)

Fabian Wegmann excited after recce ride

"A tough course with endless opportunities to attack"


After a recce ride, two-time winner of the race Fabian Wegmann, who is now a consultant for sport, course and safety for the elite edition of the race, stated: “We made some small but powerful modifications to further push the Classic’s character of Eschborn-Frankfurt. The newly designed loop now includes two-times the Billtalhöhe, three-times the climb in Ruppertshain and four-times the Mammolshainer Berg in high frequency. This calls for numerous attacks and a selection of the favorites. Back in Frankfurt, I expect the final attack at the Hainer Weg from riders who want to avoid a sprint. A tough course, endless opportunities to attack and an unpredictable outcome – that’s a real Classic.”

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Makeover for Eschborn-Frankfurt

A new name, a fresh design and the comeback of iconic climbs


May 1st marks the completion of the great spring classics in the WorldTour calendar since last year. In line with these monuments, Germany’s most traditional one-day race presents a new name: Eschborn-Frankfurt. Concise, without name additions and as international as the region, the race is focusing on its two start and finish locations. Eschborn-Frankfurt is also becoming a modern classic in terms of appearance: Taunus hills and elements of the Eschborn and Frankfurt skyline characterize the new logo, which tells the story of the race at a glance.

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The winners of the #Radklassiker

Alexander Kristoff writes History in Frankfurt


 Alexander Kristoff (Team Katusha-Alpecin) won the 56th edition of EschbornFrankfurt confidently ahead of his teammate Rick    Zabel. Local hero John Degenkolb (Trek Segafredo) sprinted to third. As the first rider ever, the Norwegian sprinter has won the  race for the third time in a row and has written himself in the history books of the German classic. A powerful lead-out by Rick  Zabel, the son of three-time race winner Erik Zabel, was the base for this coup of Kristoff.

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11 WorldTeams at 01. May

Team selection




With the 56th edition of the cycling classic Eschborn-Frankfurt - Rund um den Finanzplatz looming on the horizon, a very competitive selection of teams is due to take part in the race. For its first edition under the responsibility of A.S.O. and within the WorldTour category, the organisers have managed to attract an unprecedented number of 11 WorldTeams to the race this year, all of which will be eager to battle it out in a high-stakes race on May 1st on the roads around Eschborn and Frankfurt am Main.

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