|Competition||UCI Asia Tour|
|Organiser||Amaury Sport Organisation|
|First winner||Amr Elnady (EGY)|
|Most wins||Ghader Mizbani (IRN) (2 wins)|
|Most recent||Ruben Guerreiro (POR)|
The Saudi Tour, formerly known as the Tour of Saudi Arabia, is an annual professional road bicycle racing stage race first held in Saudi Arabia in 1999. It has been held intermittently since its creation, and in 2020 joined the UCI Asia Tour for the first time. It is promoted by the Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO) and is classified by the International Cycling Union (UCI) as a 2.1 category race.
|1999||Amr Elnady||Yuriy Plyukhin||Ondrej Slobodník|
|2001||Ghader Mizbani||Mohamed Abdel Fattah||Hossein Askari|
|2002||Ghader Mizbani||Sergey Lavrenenko||Sergey Tretyakov|
|2013||Murad Tarik Obaid||Ali Abadi||Ayman Al Habtra|
|2020||Phil Bauhaus||Nacer Bouhanni||Rui Costa|
|2022||Maxim Van Gils||Santiago Buitrago||Rui Costa|
|2023||Ruben Guerreiro||Davide Formolo||Santiago Buitrago|
- "ASO confirms inaugural Saudi Tour for 2020". Cyclingnews. 29 October 2019. Retrieved 4 February 2020.