Tour de Suisse at 75 Sport ... Print comment See in another language: 1 See in another language: 1 Languages: 1 (ar) رابع أكبر طواف للدراجات في العالم يحتفل بعيد ميلاده الخامس والسبعين August 10, 1939: on the Gotthard Pass, stage Lucerne to Lugano. July 1, 1950: near Walenstadt. August 28, 1934: at the station on the Brünig Pass, stage Lucerne to Lausanne. August 31, 1934: in canton Solothurn, stage Bern to Basel. June 22, 1956: ascent at San Bernardino, stage Bellinzona to Chur. August 31, 1934: stage Bern to Basel. August 16, 1947: transit during the stage Siebnen to Vaduz. June 17, 1952: Swiss cyclist Walter Bucher falls during the stage Adelboden to Monthey. August 9, 1939: stage Thun to Lucerne. June 24, 1950: information board giving an udpate on the race at Huttwil, canton Bern, stage Zurich to Winterthur. July 1, 1950: the Swiss Max Meier on the Flüela Pass. June 15, 1959: the German Hennes Junkermann on the ascent to the Lukmanier Pass, stage Siebnen to Bellinzona. August 6, 1938: stage Bern to Schaffhausen. August 8, 1939: the Swiss Robert Zimmermann, the later Tour winner, on the stage Sion to Thun. June 29, 1953: the Swiss Ferdi Kübler on the stage Lucerne to Bellinzona. Looking back at the legendary cycling race.The Tour de Suisse is Switzerland's biggest sporting event and a cycling classic. It is taking place for the 75th time in 2011. (All pictures: Keystone/Photopress-Archiv) Neuer Inhalt Horizontal Line subscription form Form for signing up for free newsletter. Sign up for our free newsletters and get the top stories delivered to your inbox. Email address Top stories (weekly) Latest news (daily) Business (weekly) Politics (weekly) Society (weekly) Fintech (monthly) Click here to see more newsletters swissinfo EN The following content is sourced from external partners. We cannot guarantee that it is suitable for the visually or hearing impaired. swissinfo.ch Join us on Facebook!