Stage 7:Namur. - Geraardsbergen 178.9 km
The final day of Eneco Benelux with the finish halfway up the Muur rarely disappoints.
Vestenwind of the Day : Marc Hirschi
After yesterday it's tempting to think Colbrelli is going to repeat but let's try and be more inventive.
Stage 6: Ottignies - Houffalize 207.6 km
Are there any MTBers in the peloton? This is their day.
Huffer of the Day : Peter Sagan
There's one. He'll win then.
Stage 5: Riemst - Bilzen 188 km
So many côtes, is this maybe not a sprint?
Bilzen it : Mads Pedersen
Covering my bases, he could win either way.
Stage 4: Aalter - Ardooie 166.1 km
Ok, this is a sprint for sure.
Patrick Safety Jogger of the Day : Tim Merlier
Cyclocrossers should feel right at home in Ardooie too. Is there any place in this region where they wouldn't?
Stage 3: Essen - Hoogerheide 168.3 km
There is some kind of uphill in the finale but I'm not really getting an idea how steep it is so I'm just going to assume this is a sprint.
Mudbather of the Day : Tim Merlier
Old cyclocrosser should feel right at home in Hoogerheide. Unless he clips out and tries to run some stairs or something.
Stage 2: Lelystad 11.1 km Timetrial
Hey! The short early timetrial, I remember this one from the Eneco too!
Punter of the Day : Remco Evenepoel
He has anger in his maag. And a new front wheel.
Stage 1: Surhuisterveen - Dokkum 169.6 km
Eneco BinckBank Benelux Tour kicks off with plain old sprinting much like usual even if the name has changed.
Count Dokkum of the Day : Benoit Cosnefroy
The Y-axis on the profile is graduated to 5 meters, you figure it out. It's a sprint. The startlist is strong on sprinters, headlined by Ewan and Groenewegen, but I'm counting on Alpecin to start strong as usual.