75th Tour of Flanders
|1991 UCI Road World Cup, race 2|
|Dates||7 April 1991|
|Distance||261 km (162.2 mi)|
|Winning time||7h 02' 00"|
The 75th running of the Tour of Flanders cycling classic was held on Sunday, 7 April 1991. Edwig Van Hooydonck won the race, his second after 1989. The race was the second leg of the UCI Road World Cup. 102 of 194 riders finished.
A group of 24 riders, containing all favourites, were in front after the Molenberg. Edwig Van Hooydonck, Johan Museeuw, Rolf Sørensen ad Rolf Gölz broke away on Tenbosse in Brakel. Van Hooydonck tried to drop his companions on the Muur van Geraardsbergen, before really going solo on the Bosberg, the ultimate climb of the day, and powering on to the finish. Museeuw won the sprint for second place before Sørensen. Sørensen was the new leader in the World Cup.
The race started in Sint-Niklaas and finished in Meerbeke (Ninove) – totaling 261 km.
The course featured 14 categorized climbs: