The Dubai Tour has come a long way since its debut back in 2014, with more UCI World Tour teams participating with each passing year. The first and second edition saw American Taylor Phinney and Briton Mark Cavendish come out on top respectively while Quick-Step Floors' Marcel Kittel was triumphant after winning two stages in 2016's iteration. Presently entering its fourth edition, the Dubai Tour has collectively entertained more than 120 riders and is set to once again receive cycling's best teams as they vie for victory in the emirate.
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