The race consists of 12 stages, divided between females (5 stages) and males (stages 7). If a man participates at a female stage, a time penalty will be given (see race regulations (Dutch only)). After the end of the race, all times and penalties will be summed to a total time. This time will determine the winner of the Veluweloop.
Start, Sports centre de Bongerd
|1||De Bongerd – Oostereng||5.6||M|
|2||Oostereng – Gelderse Roos||7.3||M|
|3||Gelderse Roos – De Petteflet||9.0||M|
|4||De Petteflet – Vredenoord||5.1||F|
|5||Vredenoord – Beerenberg||8.9||M|
|6||Beerenberg – Emma Piramide||4.3||F|
|7||Emma Piramide – IPC||7.8||M|
|8||IPC – Vredenoord||8.1||M|
|9||Vredenoord – Planken Wambuis||8.1||F|
|10||Planken Wambuis – Oostereng||11.7||M|
|11||Oostereng – Campus WUR||5.8||F|
Restart Campus WUR (near Orion)
|12||Campus WUR – De Bongerd||4.0||F|
Stages and distances for long distance runners
|4||Campus WUR||De Bongerd||4.0|
The Veluweloop officially opens at 8:45. The first group will start at 9 o´clock and the second group will start 20 minutes later. Also for the long distance runners, the start is at 9 o´clock. Before 9 o´clock, every team leader has to register and pick up their runners vest.
By clicking on one of the buttons, you can find the race-, cycle- and car route for 2020:
For an explanation on how to read the route, click on route explanation.
To organise your cycling routes efficiently, get some more information by clicking on organising a cycling team.