2021 World Road Championships: Leuven Circuit
The 2021 World Championships in Belgium consists of essentially four parts: a run-in, a Leuven loop ridden seven times (plus two half-laps), an out-and-back to the Flandrien loop, and the Flandrien Loop (ridden twice, with an added two times of up the Smeysberg). This is the 15.6 km Leuven Circuit, ridden before and after each Flandrien loop, and where the finish line is located. It’s also the complete race for the juniors. It’s not as challenging as the Flandrien Circuit, and its five prominent climbs are each relatively short. The final two each gain less than 20 meters: St. Antoniusberg at 1.5 km to go and then Aankomst at the finish, but will likely determine the winner.
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