The Ardennes Classics, also known as the Ardennes Week, are a series of one-day professional cycling races that take place in the Ardennes region of Belgium and Netherlands. The races typically take place in late April and include:
Amstel Gold Race: First held in 1966, this race takes place in the Limburg region of the Netherlands and features a course that includes many steep climbs.
La Flèche Wallonne: First held in 1936, this race takes place in the Wallonia region of Belgium and features a course that includes several steep climbs, including the famous Mur de Huy.
Liège–Bastogne–Liège: First held in 1892, this race is the oldest of the three and takes place in the Wallonia region of Belgium. The course features many steep climbs and cobbled sections, and is known for being one of the most challenging races on the calendar.
The above three race the most famous of the Ardennes classic, there could be other local races in the region that are referred to as 'Ardennen Classic'
There were 45 rides mentioning "Ardennen Classic" in this week , burning 146637 calories (that's 3259 kCal each)
4 countries: Belgium, Nederland, The Netherlands, Netherlands