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2014 Baltic Chain Tour

The 2014 Baltic Chain Tour was the fourth modern edition of the Baltic Chain Tour road cycling race. It was held over a period of five days between 20 and 24 August 2014. The race was a part of the 2014 UCI Europe Tour with a race classification of 2.2. This year the tour coincided with the 25th anniversary of the Baltic Chain, a peaceful political demonstration that occurred on 23 August 1989, with approximately two million people joining their hands to form a human chain spanning over across the three Baltic states.

Teams

A total of 20 teams raced in the 2014 Baltic Chain Tour: 12 UCI Continental teams, 5 national teams and 3 amateur tams.
  • Belarus (national team)
  • EC St Etienne-Loire
  • Estonia (national team)
  • Experiment 23
  • Team Frøy–Bianchi
  • Germany (national team)
  • Lithuania (national team)
  • Russia (national team)
  • SJK Viiking
  • Top Team Cycling
  • Route

    Stages

    Stage 1

    ;20 August 2014 — Vilnius (Lithuania) to Panevėžys (Lithuania), 184.5 km|| |General Classification after Stage 1

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    Stage 2

    ;21 August 2014 — Riga (Latvia) to Sigulda (Latvia), 157.7 km|| |General Classification after Stage 2

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    Stage 3

    ;22 August 2014 — Valmiera (Latvia) to Pärnu (Estonia), 164.5 km|| |General Classification after Stage 3

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    Stage 4

    ;23 August 2014 — Pärnu (Estonia) to Viljandi (Estonia), 165.5 km|| |General Classification after Stage 4

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    Stage 5

    ;24 August 2014 — Viljandi (Estonia) to Tallinn (Estonia), 179.6 km|| |Final General Classification

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    Classification leadership table