Experience the showdown of the world's best cyclists


At the premiere of the Hamburg cycling race for professionals and everyone in 1996, almost 100 of the world's best professional cyclists lined up. The professional race of the BEMER Cyclassics Hamburg is part of the UCI WorldTour, the highest racing series in men's road cycling, which includes over 30 competitions around the world, including classics such as the Tour de France, Giro d'Italia, Vuelta a España and Paris- Roubaix.

In 1997, Jan Ullrich boosted the popularity of cycling in Germany enormously with a “double victory” in the Tour de France and the Hamburg race. The Hamburg cycle race reached its peak in 1998 when it was awarded World Cup status. Since 2005, the BEMER Cyclassics have been awarded the title of the top cycling class UCI WorldTour (formerly UCI ProTour), which the world association UCI introduced in the same year. This means that the event is now officially one of the most important cycling one-day races in the world. Managing Director Oliver Schiek emphasizes that, despite its relatively young history, it deserves to be a part of it: “We are very proud and grateful that the BEMER Cyclassics are part of the UCI WorldTour and it is something special for us and all cycling fans to be able to experience the stars of the cycling circus up close every year, after all it is also a rare opportunity. The moment when the best professional cyclists in the world reach the finish line on Mönckebergstrasse after about 200 kilometers is one of the highlights of the BEMER Cyclassics Hamburg – a sprint to the finish line is guaranteed.”


1996 Rossano Brasi (ITA)
1997 Jan Ullrich (GER)
1998 Leon Van Bon (NED)
1999 Mirko Celestino (ITA)
2000 Gabriele Missaglia (ITA)
2001 Erik Zabel (GER)
2002 Johan Museeuw (BEL)
2003 Paolo Bettini (ITA)
2004 Stuart O’Grady (AUS)
2005 Filippo Pozzato (ITA)
2006 Oscar Freire (ESP)
2007 Alessandro Ballan (ITA)
2008 Robbie McEwen (AUS)
2009 Tyler Farrar (USA)
2010 Tyler Farrar (USA)
2011 Edvald Boasson Hagen (NOR)
2012 Arnaud Démare (FRA)
2013 John Degenkolb (GER)
2014 Alexander Kristoff (NOR)
2015 André Greipel (GER)
2016 Caleb Ewan (AUS)
2017 Elia Viviani (ITA)
2018 Elia Viviani (ITA)
2019 Elia Viviani (ITA)
2022 Marco Haller (AUT)


Die folgende Liste enthält alle Profi-Starter inkl. Ergebnisse seit 1998 und kann here. heruntergeladen werden.