• The goal of the “Tour of Lithuania” competition (hereinafter referred to as – the Competition) is to popularize cycling, encourage athletes and cycling enthusiasts to achieve high results, and promote a healthy lifestyle.
  • The objectives of the competition are to identify the most capable cyclists, to create conditions for the participants and guests of the event to spend their free time actively and meaningfully.
  • The Competition is organized and conducted by association “Džervaus Cycling Academy” (lt. Džervaus dviračių akademija) alongside “Klaipėda district municipality ‘s sport department (lt., Klaipėdos r. savivaldybės sporto centras, BĮ)..
  • The competition will take place between 5th – 9th June 2024 in Lithuania.
  • The Competition is conducted under competition regulations of UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale) and the decisions of the organizers of the Competition.
  • The Competition is conducted on the principle of group competition.
  • Official website of the Competition is


  • June 5th 2024 – Stag 1 – 180 km;
  • June 6th 2024 – Stage 2 – 156 km;
  • June 7th 2024 – Stage 3 – 169 km;
  • June 8th 2024 – Stage 4 – 169 km;
  • June 9th 2024 – Stage 5 – 168 km;
  •                                  Total 842km;
  • Stage one will start and finish in the city center of Klaipeda city
  • Stage two will start and finish in the city center of Gargždai city
  • Stage three will start and finish in the city center of Ukmergė city
  • Stage four will start and finish in the city center of Utena city
  • Stage five will start and finish in the city center of Alytus city

In Klaipeda the race headquarters is open on 04.06.2024 from 15:00 to 21:00 at Amberton Hotel conference centre (address: Naujojo Sodo g. 1A, Klaipeda).

Team representatives are requested to confirm their starters and collect the race numbers at the Amberton Hotel conference hall (address: Naujojo Sodo g. 1A, Klaipeda) on 04.06.2024 from 16:00 to 18:00.

The team managers’ meeting, organized in accordance with the article 1.2.087 of the UCI regulations, in the presence of the Members of the Commissaires’ Panel, is scheduled for 04.06.2024 at 20:00 in Amberton Hotel conference hall (Naujojo Sodo g. 1A, Klaipeda).

Security meeting at 18:00.

Commissaires’ meeting 19:00.

The event is open to athletes of the Men Elite (ME) and Men Under 23 (MU) categories. The event is entered on the UCI Europe Tour calendar and consists of 3 stages. The event is registered as a UCI 2.2 event. In conformity with the UCI rules, points are awarded according to UCI CR. 2.10.008 as follows for the UCI ranking.

Position Final Classification Stages Wearing race leader’s jersey per stage
1 40 7 1
2 30 3
3 25 1
4 20
5 15
6 10
7 5
8 3
9 3
10 3

As per article 2.1.005 of the UCI regulations, the event is open to the following teams: UCI ProTeams of the country, UCI foreign ProTeams (max. 2), UCI continental teams, UCI cyclo-cross professional teams, national teams, regional teams and club teams. In accordance with article 2.2.003 of the UCI regulations, the number of cyclists per team at the start will be 6 maximum and 4 minimum. The mere fact of entering and/or participating in the event implies that each team fully accepts all the provisions laid out in these specific regulations and undertakes to respect them.

The entire Tour of Lithuania will go on the Zello app and the Zello presentation will be made at the Teams Managers meeting. Download Zello app from Apple Storeor Google Play Store.

Neutral support is provided by 3 (three) vehicles.

Bonuses, under the article 2.6.019 will be awarded as follows:

  • at each intermediate sprint: 3”, 2” and 1”
  • at the finish line of each stage: 10”, 6” and 4”

The finishing time limits are as follows:
All stages – 10%

The provisions set out in article 2.6.027 of the UCI Regulations, which apply in the event of a crash, puncture or mechanical incident past the signpost indicating three kilometers remaining to the finish, and according to which the rider or riders affected shall be credited with the time of the rider or riders in whose company he was/they were riding at the moment of the incident, will be enforced in the following stages: I, II, III.. For all that is not regulated under this ruling, the irrevocable decision taken by the Commissaires’ Panel in consultation with the Organization Management shall apply.

The race has 5 classifications:

General Individual Classification by time (Yellow Jersey)

The individual general classification by time is established by adding up the times recorded for the 3 stages, taking into account bonuses and penalties – Article 2.6.015 of UCI. The leading rider in the General Individual Classification by time shall wear the designed Yellow Jersey in the following stage.
The Yellow Jersey is handed over immediately after each stage at the award ceremony. The current leader may wear on the Yellow Jersey advertising of his team’s Main Sponsor (UCI CR art. 1.3.053).

Most Competitive Rider by points (Red Jersey)

The Most Competitive Rider Classification is decided by adding together the points awarded at each intermediate sprint and at each stage finish. The rider with the highest number of points, who completes the whole race, is the winner of the Most Competitive Rider and shall wear the Red Jersey.

Points are awarded as follows:
Stage finish: 15 – 11 – 9 – 7 – 6 – 5 – 4 – 3 – 2 -1
Intermediate sprint: 3 – 2 – 1

In the event of a tie in the Most Competitive Rider Classification the riders are separated according to UCI CR art. 2.6.017. The leader in the Most Competitive Rider Classification may wear on the Red Jersey advertising of his team’s Main sponsor (UCI CR art. 1.3.053).

Most Active Rider by intermediate sprint points (Green Jersey)

Most Active Rider is decided by points awarded on each intermediate sprint. Points are allocated at each intermediate sprint as follows: 3 – 2 – 1 points for the 3 first riders.

After the 1st stage the winner will wear green points jersey. In the event of equality, the leader will be the rider with most stage wins or failing that, first places in the intermediate sprints counting for this classification. Failing that, the highest placed rider in the general classification will be the leader.

Best Young Rider Classification on overall time (White Jersey)

This classification is for riders born after 1st of January 2001. The Best Young Rider is decided by adding together the time taken by eligible riders on each stage. In the event of equality of time, the leading rider will be decided in the same manner as the overall general classification on time.
The leader in the Best Young Rider Classification may wear on the White Jersey advertising of his team’s Main sponsor (UCI CR art. 1.3.053).

Team General Classification on overall time

The General Team Classification shall be calculated on the basis of the sum of the three best individual times of each team. In the event of tie the teams are separated in accordance with UCI CR art. 2.6.016. Priority of Leaders Jerseys: Yellow – Red – Green – White.

The following prizes (in Euros) are awarded:

Per stage
General classification
Most Active Rider


Most Competitive Rider
Best Young Rider
Best  Team

A grand total of 9449 EUR will be the prize money at the event.

1. 20% personal income tax according to the Lithuanian Tax Law
2. 2% of the total prize fund by UCI Regulations to the CFAD

According to the UCI CR art. 1.2.072 the prizes shall be paid to the beneficiary´s bank account only and not later than 90 days after the finish of the race. The bank transfer order will be based on the final classification and a special form with the beneficiary`s data, distributed by the organiser, which has to be filled in by the beneficiary before leaving the finish area.

The UCI Anti-doping regulations are entirely applicable to the event.

In accordance with the article 2.6.018 bis of the UCI CR, the following riders must attend the official award ceremony after each stage not later than 10 minutes after the finish:
• Winner of the stage
• Leader of the race
• Leaders of the Red, Green and White Jersey classification.

Moreover, after the finish of the last stage the following riders must present themselves at the final award ceremony:
• The winner of the stage
• The winners of the other classifications (including classification by teams);
• The first 3 riders in the Individual General Classification by time
• All riders wearing a leader’s jersey.

The UCI penalty scale is the only one applicable.


Race Director

Roberta Vainauskienė

President of the Association

Darijus Džervus

Administrative work

Arnoldas Valiauga

Dissemination of information

Remi De Mey