Tour of Côte d’Ivoire 2015


Tour of Côte d’Ivoire 2015 " Tour de la Réconciliation"


The national tour was first organized in 1953, but it did not take place every year, and in 1998, it disappeared completely. The country was suffering an economic, social and political crisis, and cycling was not high on the list of priorities. In 2011, more than 3000 people had been killed during a political crisis; hence, Ivoirian Cycling Federation chaired by Mr. Yao Allah-Kouamé think that cycling could play a role in the reconciliation, as Sport is a factor that brings people together.

In 2012 was the re-launch of the tour under the name ((Tour de Côte d’Ivoire – Tour de la Réconciliation)). In 2014, the seven-day stage race joins Africa’s UCI Continental Circuit.


During the period 27 September until 2 October 2015, the Tour of Côte d’Ivoire "Tour de la Réconciliation" took place.


Tour de Cote d’Ivoire attracted about 56 cyclists from over nine countries: Algeria, Belgium, Cameroon, France, Rwanda, Morocco, Burkina Faso, Mali, Cote d'Ivoire, who run a 541km cut out into six stages throughout the country.






Morocco Tour (30) 2017
  Tour du Maroc, class (2.2) for Men Elite take place on 07-16 April 2017 and consist of 10 stages in different Moroccan cities. 07/04 Be...

African MTB Championships 2017 in Mauritius
2017 African Continental Track Championships headed for Durban in March
The 2017 African Continental Track Championships take place at the Cyril Geoghegan Cycling Track - Outdoor velodrome of 333.33m - in Durban, Kw...

Africa loose an African UCI International Commissaire
We regret to announce the passing of Craig Hawtrey at the age of 45 earlier today 25/03/2017. Craig served as UCI International Commissaire for Road and Track disciplines and president of Western Province Cyc...