Final list of participating teams

Baltic Chain Tour 2013 starts in two weeks. Lahti city in Finland is waiting for 126 cyclers from 21 teams. This is a new record. There has never been such a long list… Read More

Seven-day tour with six stages

Baltic Chain Tour 2013 starts in about one month and takes cyclers through four countries. This time first stage will be held outside the Baltic States – in Finnish city Lahti. Read More

Watch Baltic Chain Tour 2012 round-up show

This year’s Baltic Chain Tour round-up show is now available to watch. 25 minute round-up gives good overview of each stage of the tour, has many interviews with riders and organisers and much more. Read More

Baltic Chain Tour 2012 won Gediminas Bagdonas

Five stage tour was won by Lithuanian Gedminas Bagdonas. Lithuanian champion showed consistent good form during the tour and basically secured the generel victory, still went for the first place in last stage. Read More

New leader in Baltic Chain Tour

Today’s fourth stage won Gediminas Bagdonas from Lithuanian National Team. With this victory he is now new general leader of the tour. Viktor Shmalko came second and Deand Windsor third. Fourth… Read More

Third stage won by Ukrainian

Third stage was held in Latvia from SMiltene to Riga. 181 km race was won by Turkish team Konya Torku Seker Spor rider Yuriy Metlushenko. Second came Lithuanian National Team rider Gediminas Bagdonas. Read More

First stage won Alexander Gingsjö

Winner Alexander Gingsjö (photo: Liis Sauk from     Baltic Chain Tour started today from Tallinn and had very intriguing end in Viljandi. Alexander Gingsjö said after the race at press… Read More

Baltic Chain Tour starts from Tallinn to Vilnius

Today second year in a row Baltic Chain Tour starts in three Baltic Countries. The tour that got it’s name from a historic event from 23rd of August 23 years ago – Baltic Chain*, takes riders from Tallinn, Estonia to Vilnius, Lithuania in five long days. Two stages are in Estonia, one in Latvia and two last stages are in southern part of the Baltics, in Lithuania. Read More

Final list of participating teams available

Final starting list is now available at our homepage under teams section. From 18 teams 11 are continental, 2 elite and 5 national teams. Riders come from 15 different countries and there’s… Read More

Follow the Tour live on our homepage

We are pleased to tell that this year it is possible to follow Baltic Chain Tour live. We will have live text commentary from each stage plus we cover first two stages in… Read More

5 months to Baltic Chain Tour 2012

Baltic Chain Tour 2012 starts on 21st of August in Tallinn, Estonia and ends on 25th of August in Vilnius, Lithuania. The tour has UCI 2.2 category. More than 40 teams have already shown intrest in participating, but only 20 teams are allowed to race this year. There are no decisions made who will get the invitation to participate. As soon as we have the list of the teams, it will be visible on the tour home page. Read More