ZLM Tour

The ZLM Tour, previously known as Ster ZLM Toer and Ster Elektrotoer, is a multi-day cycling race in the Netherlands, particularly renowned as a preparation event for sprinters ahead of the Tour de France. The race, which began as a one-day event called the Omloop van Schijndel-Bosweg in 1987, has evolved significantly over the years. It was first extended to a three-day event in the same year and underwent various name changes linked to sponsorship shifts, including being called the Teleflex Tour and later Ster der Beloften. Since 2019, it has been known as the ZLM Tour, part of the UCI Europe Tour and rated 2.1, but was elevated to the UCI ProSeries in 2020.

Recent winners of the ZLM Tour

2023: Olav Kooij (Netherlands)
2022: Olav Kooij (Netherlands)
2021: No race held
2020: No race held
2019: Mike Teunissen (Netherlands)
2018: Not held
2017: José Gonçalves (Portugal)
2016: Sep Vanmarcke (Belgium)
2015: André Greipel (Germany)

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