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The SPIE International Juniors Three Days of Axel is an international 2.1 U.C.I. cycling race for juniors. The competition was first held in 1982.

The competition has two stages with some cobblestones and a timetrial in Zeeuws Vlaanderen in the Dutch province of Zeeland. In addition, a stage through the Flemish Ardennes with various slopes and cobblestones. Known slopes that they climbed to the Valkenberg, the Leberg, the Rekelberg and the Langendries (Hostellerie). Also the 4th stage goes over the infamous Paddestraat out of the Tour of Flanders.
In addition there is a General Classification and several more classifications; such as a Points-, a Youth-, a Sprint-, a Cobblestone-, a Combination-, a Mountain and a Team Classification.

The honors are among other Servais Knaven (1988), Davide Rebellin (1989), Leon van Bon (1990), Andreas Klier (1994), Thor Hushovd (1996), Tom Boonen (1998), Sir Bradley Wiggins (1998) André Greipel (1999-2000), Zdenek Stybar (2002), Niki Terpstra (2002), Matti Breschel (2002), Robert Gesink (2004), Steven Cross Wyck (2005), Tejay van Garderen (20045-2006), Sep Vanmarcke (2006), John Degenkolb ( 2007), Wilco Kelderman (2008) and Dylan Groenewegen (2011)

Latest news

Video report of the 2nd and 3rd stage 27 mei 2018 More than 7000 viewers saw the video report of the first stage of the 37th SPIE International Junior Days. Because of that success an extra long and double episode containing both the second and third stage! This time with extra images from the air and from the bike thanks to Btwin - Ag2r La Mondiale U19. Further spectacular images of the time trial thanks to Cervélo-GOODZO. So watch the video below! Lees meer
Video report of the 1st stage 27 mei 2018 What a fantastic spectacle again at the 1st stage. Juniors who race on the border of their abilities in the first stage of the 37th SPIE Internationale Juniorendriedaagse. That is what you will see in the video below! Lees meer