25.–28. 7. 2024


25.–28. 7. 2024

For spectators


The Czech Tour brings great fun. World cycling will be on our roads. Come and cheer and enjoy four great days of sport and fun for the whole family.

Stage 1 - 27 July: Prostějov (T. G. Masaryk Square) start 12:30 - Uničov (Hrdinů st.), 167.7 km / 2,217 vertical metres

Stage 2 - 28 July: Olomouc (Horní nám.) start 11:30 - Pustevny, 166.8 km / 2,840 vertical metres

Stage 3 - 29 July: Moravská Třebová (Náměstí T.G.M.) start 12:00 - Červenohorské sedlo, 161.5 km / 3 404 vertical metres

Stage 4 - 30 July: Šumperk (Nám. míru) start 11:00 - Šternberk (Radniční), 176.2 km / 2,982 vertical metres


Where to cheer

You can watch the teams' presentation at the start of each stage. There is always an attractive programme at the finish line. On Thursday in Uničov and Friday in Pustevny local bands will perform. During the weekend, you can also look forward to demonstrations of adrenaline sports such as slackline or cycling in the pumptrack, which will be available for those interested to try personally. On Saturday we will see you at Červenohorské sedlo, on Sunday in the historical centre of Šternberk. 

The accompanying programme always starts 90 minutes before the start and 180 minutes before the finish.

If you plan to cheer along the course, check out the detailed itinerary. Please follow the organisers' instructions.



We want to be good neighbours and restrict traffic as little as possible where the race will go. At the same time, we will take the utmost care for the safety of spectators and cyclists. In most cases we only use rolling road closures, and for the shortest possible time. Roads will be closed just before the peloton passes and always open after the peloton passes. A list of other closures at the start and finish locations can be found here.

Do you have a question? Contact us.


Online and TV

You can find lots of information, interviews, fresh photos and videos, text coverage, livetiming and official results here on the website. Also visit our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Czech Television will broadcast a short news summary of each stage each evening.



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