Tour de Pologne Women returns – Lublin at the heart of women’s cycling!

A conference combined with the presentation of the route for the 2nd edition of Tour de Pologne Women took place in Lublin. The race will take place from June 28th to 30th, 2024. Based on the signed agreement, the Lublin Voivodeship has been awarded the title of Host and Co-organizer of the stages.

After an eight-year hiatus, Tour de Pologne Women returns to the roads. The routes of the three stages will pass through picturesque areas of the region, which will undoubtedly create an opportunity to promote the beauty of the Lublin Voivodeship landscape.

The race traverses beautiful scenery. Showing our region during Tour de Pologne Women will increase the recognition of the Lublin Voivodeship, which will translate into more tourists. With such initiatives, we not only increase tourist traffic but also show that our region is ready for economic development, which encourages investors ­said Jarosław Stawiarski, Marshal of the Lublin Voivodeship.

photo: Łukasz Frączek │UMWL

I am very happy that Tour de Pologne Women is returning after eight years, and it is truly in a unique form. In the Lublin Voivodeship, we will have three beautiful stages. On Friday, we will start with an individual time trial over a short distance, which will also be a presentation of the riders. In the second stage, we will start from Krasnystaw, where we have chosen to showcase everything that is most beautiful. On Sunday, we start from the Arche Hotel in Nałęczów and head to Kazimierz Dolny, where there will be five rounds of 15 kilometers each. It will be a great cycling feast added Czesław Lang, General Director of Lang Team and Tour de Pologne.

The 2nd Tour de Pologne Women includes three stages in the Lublin Voivodeship:

• Stage 1: Lublin Lublin individual time trial

• Stage 2: Krasnystaw Kraśnik, Kraśnik County

• Stage 3: Arche Nałęczów Kazimierz Dolny

This year’s edition will feature as many as 19 teams, including 3 national teams (Polish, Danish, and Ukrainian) and 16 clubs, including national teams such as Mat Atom Deweloper Wrocław and Pacific Toruński Klub Kolarski.

The goal of Tour de Pologne Women is to promote women’s cycling and inspire women to engage in physical activity. Additionally, the event aims to build the identity of the region by showcasing its beautiful landscapes and unique tourist attractions.