The Swiss National Road Race Championships are held annually. They are a cycling race which decides the Swiss cycling champion in the road racing discipline, across several categories of rider. The event was first held in 1892 and was won by Edouard Wicky. Ferdinand Kübler and Heiri Suter share the record of 5 victories. The current champion is Silvan Dillier.
In 1930 Heiri Suter was declassified because of an irregular sprint.
In 1971 the championship was based on 2 races; in 1972 it was based on 3 races.
From 1974 to 1986 the race was disputed along with Germany and Luxembourg.
From 1987 to 1984 the race was disputed along with Germany and Liechtenstein.
In 1983 Gottfried Schmutz was disqualified for doping.