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Tour De France dates


Those interested in watching the worlds leading sporting soap opera the Tour De France either on telly or sat beside the road with a bottle of plonk should open their lycra covered diary and pencil in the following dates.



Stage Date Start-Destination Distance

Prologue July 7 Dunkirk TT 8 km

Stage 1 July 8 Saint-Omer/Boulogne 198 km

Stage 2 July 9 Calais/Antwerp 200 km

Stage 3 July 10 Antwerp/Seraing 199 km

Stage 4 July 11 Huy/Verdun 210 km

Stage 5 July 12 Verdun/Bar-le-Duc TTT 67 km

Stage 6 July 13 Commercy/Strasbourg 220 km

Stage 7 July 14 Strasbourg/Colmar 162 km

Stage 8 July 15 Colmar/Pontarlier 220 km

Stage 9 July 16 Pontarlier/Aix-les-Bains 185 km

Stage 10 July 17 Aix-les-Bains/L’Alpe d’Huez 208 km

Stage 11 July 18 Grenoble/Chamrousse TT 32 km

Rest Day July 19    

Stage 12 July 20 Perpignan/Ax-les-Thermes 166 km

Stage 13 July 21 Foix/Saint-Lary-Soulan 222 km

Stage 14 July 22 Tarbes/Luz-Ardiden 144 km

Rest Day July 23    

Stage 15 July 24 Pau/Lavaur 226 km

Stage 16 July 25 Castelsarrasin/Sarran 224 km

Stage 17 July 26 Brive/Montlucon 226 km

Stage 18 July 27 Montlucon/St Amand-Montrond TT 61 km

Stage 19 July 28 Orleans/Evry 160 km

Stage 20 July 29 Corbeil/Paris 150 km


Though Tour watchers have described it as easy (apparently to lessen riders need for pharmaceutical assistance) the race will still cover 3,462 kilometers over 20 stages including the always popular Alpe d’Huez climb on July 17 and in a 32-kilometer individual Alpine time-trial the following day, and then a hard section through the Pyrenees. That should keep them busy then.

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Tour De France dates


Those interested in watching the worlds leading sporting soap opera the Tour De France either on telly or sat beside the road with a bottle of plonk should open their lycra covered diary and pencil in the following dates.



Stage Date Start-Destination Distance

Prologue July 7 Dunkirk TT 8 km

Stage 1 July 8 Saint-Omer/Boulogne 198 km

Stage 2 July 9 Calais/Antwerp 200 km

Stage 3 July 10 Antwerp/Seraing 199 km

Stage 4 July 11 Huy/Verdun 210 km

Stage 5 July 12 Verdun/Bar-le-Duc TTT 67 km

Stage 6 July 13 Commercy/Strasbourg 220 km

Stage 7 July 14 Strasbourg/Colmar 162 km

Stage 8 July 15 Colmar/Pontarlier 220 km

Stage 9 July 16 Pontarlier/Aix-les-Bains 185 km

Stage 10 July 17 Aix-les-Bains/L’Alpe d’Huez 208 km

Stage 11 July 18 Grenoble/Chamrousse TT 32 km

Rest Day July 19    

Stage 12 July 20 Perpignan/Ax-les-Thermes 166 km

Stage 13 July 21 Foix/Saint-Lary-Soulan 222 km

Stage 14 July 22 Tarbes/Luz-Ardiden 144 km

Rest Day July 23    

Stage 15 July 24 Pau/Lavaur 226 km

Stage 16 July 25 Castelsarrasin/Sarran 224 km

Stage 17 July 26 Brive/Montlucon 226 km

Stage 18 July 27 Montlucon/St Amand-Montrond TT 61 km

Stage 19 July 28 Orleans/Evry 160 km

Stage 20 July 29 Corbeil/Paris 150 km


Though Tour watchers have described it as easy (apparently to lessen riders need for pharmaceutical assistance) the race will still cover 3,462 kilometers over 20 stages including the always popular Alpe d’Huez climb on July 17 and in a 32-kilometer individual Alpine time-trial the following day, and then a hard section through the Pyrenees. That should keep them busy then.

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