Liège-Bastogne-Liège, created in 1892 by the Pesant Club Liégeois and the Liege Cyclist Union in Belgium, is the oldest of the cycling races still contested, which earned it the name of “Doyenne”. Its rugged 260 km course makes it one of the most demanding and prestigious classics. The final can sometimes be complicated to maneuver so that the last kilometers are often decisive.