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TOTAL: 3492 km

This will be the first Grand Départ in Italy and the 26th that’s taken place abroad  First finale in Nice. Due to the Olympic and Paralympic Games taking place in Paris, the race will not finish in the French capital for the first time.

Two time trials. 25 + 34 = 59km in total, the second of them taking place on the final Monaco>Nice stage. This will be the first time the race has seen a finale of this type for 35 years, the last occasion being the famous Fignon - LeMond duel in 1989.

Apennines (Italy), the Italian and French Alps, Massif Central and Pyrenees will be the mountain ranges on the 2024 Tour route.

The number of countries visited in 2024: Italy, San Marino, Monaco and France. Within France, the race will pass through 7 Regions and 30 departments.

The number of bonus points 8, 5 and 2 bonus seconds go to the first three classified riders, featuring at strategic points along the route (subject to approval by the International Cycling Union)these will have no effect on the points classification. Bonuses of 10, 6 and 4 seconds will be awarded to the first three classified riders at road stage finishes.

Out of a total of 39, the locations or stage towns that are appearing on the Tour map for the first time . In order of appearance: Florence, Rimini, Cesenatico, Bologna, Piacenza, Saint-Vulbas, Gevrey-Chambertin, Colombey-les-Deux-Églises, Évaux-les-Bains, Gruissan, Superdévoluy, Col de la Couillole.

The number of sectors on white roads during stage nine, amounting to 32km in total .

The number of stages: 8 flat, 4 hilly, 7 mountain (with 4 summit finishes at Saint-Lary-Soulan Pla d’Adet, Plateau de Beille, Isola 2000, Col de la Couillole), 2 time trials and 2 rest days.

The number of riders who will line up at the start of the Tour, divided into 22 teams of 8 riders each.

The height of the summit of the Bonette pass in the Alps, the highest tarmac road in France, which will be the “roof” of the 2024 Tour.

The total vertical gain during the 2024 Tour de France.

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The programme of the grand départ of the tour de france 2020.

  • Wednesday 26 August 2020 : opening of the permanence and the press room in Nice Acropolis - Palais des Congrès

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  • Saturday 29 August 2020 : 1st stage - Nice > Nice - moyen pays
  • Sunday 30 August 2020 : 2nd stage - Nice > Nice - haut pays

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1/ Saturday 29 August 2020 - Nice > Nice - moyen pays - 156 km

The profile of the first stage of the Tour de France 2020

  • start : the start will be at Place Masséna in Nice (1.45PM), with the official start ceremony (as this is the first stage of the Tour de France 2020 ) on the Boulevard Jean Jaurès immediately afterwards (1.50PM till 2PM)
  • difficulties and climbs : Côte de Rimiez (3rd category) at km 48,5 and at km 97 - 5,8 km à 5,1% ; this climb will be just before the km 0 of the race and the two times it counts for the King of the Mountains classification are thus in the second short loop and early in the long loop
  • intermediate sprint : Promenade des Anglais in Nice at km 88 ; at the second crossing of the finish line
  • bonus sprint : XXXX à XXXX
  • finish : Promenade des Anglais in Nice at the end of a straight line of 2 km (of which 800 m in line of sight) / width 6,50 m
  • visited departments : Alpes-Maritimes from km 0 till km 156
  • main cities : Nice, Aspremont, Tourrette-Levens, Levens, La Roquette-sur-Var, Saint-Martin-du-Var

2/ Sunday 30 August 2020 - Nice > Nice - haut pays - 186 km

The profile of the second stage of the Tour de France 2020

  • start : the start will be at Avenue de Verdun in Nice
  • difficulties and climbs : Col de la Colmiane (1st category) at km 63,5 - 16,3 km à 6,3%, Col de Turini (1st category) at km 99,5 - 14,9 km à 7,4% and Col d'Eze (2nd category) at km 153 - 7,8 km à 6,1%
  • intermediate sprint : Lac du Broc at km 16
  • bonus sprint : Col des Quatre Chemins at km 177
  • visited departments : Alpes-Maritimes from km 0 till km 186
  • main cities : Nice, Saint-Martin-Vésubie, Roquebillière, L'Escarène, La Trinité

3/ Monday 31 August 2020 - Nice > Sisteron - 198 km

The profile of the third stage of the Tour de France 2020

  • start : the start will be at Allée Camille Muffat , devant l'Allianz Riviera, in Nice
  • difficulties and climbs : Col du Pillon (3rd category) at km 55 - 8,4 km à 5,1%, Col de la Faye (3rd category) at km 63,5 - 5,3 km à 4,8%, Col des Lèques (3rd category) at km 117,5 - 6,9 km à 5,4% and Col de l'Orme (4th category) at km 152,5 - 2,7 km à 5%
  • intermediate sprint : Boulevard Gambetta in Digne-les-Bains at km 160,5
  • finish : Avenue de la Libération in Sisteron at the end of a straight line of 1000 m (of which 900 m in line of sight) / width 6 m
  • visited departments : Alpes-Maritimes from km 0 till km 88 and at km 90,5, Var at km 90,5 and at km 96, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence at km 93 and from km 98 till km 198
  • main cities : Nice, Vence, Grasse, Digne-les-Bains, Sisteron

4/ Tuesday 1 September 2020 - Sisteron > Orcières-Merlette - 160,5 km

The profile of the fourth stage of the Tour de France 2020

  • start : the start will be at Rue de la Poste in Sisteron
  • difficulties and climbs : Col du Festre (3rd category) at km 67,5 - 7,6 km à 5,3%, Côte de Corps (4th category) at km 97,5 - 2,2 km à 6,3%, Côte de Saint-Léger-les-Mélèzes (3rd category) at km 141 - 2,8 km à 6,8% and Orcières-Merlette (1st category) at km 160,5 - 7,1 km à 6,7%
  • intermediate sprint : Route de Gap in Veynes at km 51,5
  • finish : Rue des Écrins in Orcières-Merlette at the end of a straight line of 200 m / width 6 m
  • visited departments : Alpes-de-Hautes-Provence for the fictive start, Hautes-Alpes from km 0 till km 84 and from km 103 till km 160,5, Isère from km 84,5 till km 97,5
  • main cities : Sisteron, Laragne-Montéglin, Serres, Veynes, Dévoluy, Corps, Aubessagne, Saint-Bonnet-en-Champsaur, Saint-Julien-en-Champsaur, Chabottes, Orcières

5/ Wednesday 2 September 2020 - Gap > Privas - 183 km

The profile of the fifth stage of the Tour de France 2020

  • start : the start will be at Rue Fauré du Serre in Gap
  • difficulties and climbs : Col de Serre Colon (4th category) at km 130 - 4,1 km à 3,7% and Côte de Saint-Vincent-de-Barrès at km 167 - 2,7 km à 4,2%
  • intermediate sprint : D994 in L'Épine at km 47,5
  • finish : Boulevard du Vivarais in Privas at the end of a straight line of 250 m / width 6 m
  • visited departments : Hautes-Alpes from km 0 till km 61, Drôme from km 66 till km 151, Ardèche from km 152,5 till km 183
  • main cities : Gap, Veynes, Serres, Nyons, Montélimar, Privas

6/ Thursday 3 September 2020 - Le Teil > Mont Aigoual - 191 km

The profile of the sixth stage of the Tour de France 2020

  • start : the start will be at Allée Paul Avon in Le Teil
  • difficulties and climbs : Cap de Coste (3rd category) at km 146 - 2,1 km à 7,3%, Col des Mourèzes at km 163 - 6,1 km à 4,8% and Col de la Lusette at km 177,5 - 11,7 km à 7,3%
  • intermediate sprint : Faubourg de Mandiargues in Saint-Hippolyte-du-Fort at km 125,5
  • bonus sprint : Col de la Lusette at km 177,5
  • finish : D269 on the Mont Aigoual at the end of a straight line of 100 m / width 5 m
  • visited departments : Ardèche from km 0 till km 62, Gard from km 64,5 till km 130,5 and from km 142,5 till km 186,5 and at km 191, Hérault from km 136,5 till km 138, Lozère at km 190
  • main cities : Le Teil, Villeneuve-de-Berg, Alès, Anduze, Sumène, Le Vigan, Mont Aigoual

7/ Friday 4 September 2020 - Millau > Lavaur - 168 km

The profile of the seventh stage of the Tour de France 2020

  • start : the start will be at Avenue du Général de Gaulle in Millau
  • difficulties and climbs : Côte de Luzençon (3rd category) at km 9 - 3,1 km à 6,1%
  • intermediate sprint : Route de Saint-Affrique in Saint-Sernin-sur-Rance at km 58
  • finish : D112/Avenue Pierre Fabre in Lavaur at the end of a straight line of 2 km (of which 450 m in line of sight) / width 6 m
  • visited departments : Aveyron from km 0 till km 73,5, Tarn from km 80,5 till km 168
  • main cities : Millau, Saint-Affrique, Montredon-Labessonnié, Roquecourbe, Castres, Lavaur

8/ Saturday 5 September 2020 - Cazères-sur-Garonne > Loudenvielle - 141 km

The profile of the eighth stage of the Tour de France 2020

  • start : the start will be at Pont sur la Garonne in Cazères-sur-Garonne
  • difficulties and climbs : Col de Menté (1st category) at km 59,5 - 6,9 km à 8,1%, Port de Balès (outside category) at km 104,5 - 11,7 km à 7,7% and Col de Peyresourde (1st category) at km 129,5 - 9,7 km à 7,8%
  • intermediate sprint : D5 in Sengouagnet at km 42,5
  • bonus sprint : Col de Peyresourde
  • finish : Le Rioutor in Loudenvielle at the end of a straight line of 300 m (of which 160 m in line of sight) / width 6 m
  • visited departments : Haute-Garonne from km 0 till km 76,5 and from km 110,5 till km 129,5, Haute-Pyrénées from km 77,5 till km 104,5 and from km 135 till km 141
  • main cities : Cazères-sur-Garonne, Salies-du-Salat, Mane, Aspet, Saint-Béat, Cierp-Gaud, Loudenvielle

9/ Sunday 6 September 2020 - Pau > Laruns - 153 km

The profile of the nineth stage of the Tour de France 2020

  • start : the start will be at Avenue Gaston Lacoste in Pau
  • difficulties and climbs : Côte d'Artiguelouve (4th category) at km 9,5 - 2,3 km à 4,5%, Col de la Hourcère (1st category) at km 69 - 11,1 km à 8,8%, Col de Soudet (3rd category) at km 78 - 3,8 km à 8,5%, Col d'Ichère (3rd category) at km 115,5 - 4,2 km à 7% and Col de Marie Blanque (1st category) at km 135 - 7,7 km à 8,6%
  • intermediate sprint : Avenue Marcel Loubens in Arette at km 99
  • bonus sprint : Col de Marie Blanque
  • finish : D934 in Laruns at the end of a straight line of 3,4 km (of which 800 m in line of sight) / width 5,50 m
  • visited departments : Pyrénées-Atlantiques from km 0 till km 153
  • main cities : Pau, Artiguelouve, Lasseube, Oloron Saint-Marie, Aramits, Arette, Bielle, Laruns

R1/ Monday 7 September 2020 - rest day in Charente-Maritime

10/ tuesday 8 september 2020 - île d'oléron > île de ré - 168,5 km.

The profile of the tenth stage of the Tour de France 2020

  • start : the start will be at Avenue de la Citadelle in Le Château d'Oléron sur l'Île d'Oléron
  • difficulties and climbs : none
  • intermediate sprint : Boulevard de Lattre de Tassigny in Châtelaillon-Plage at km 129,5
  • finish : D735 in Saint-Martin-de-Ré on the Île-de-Ré at the end of a straight line of 2 km (of which 300 m in line of sight) / width 6 m
  • visited departments : Charente-Maritime from km 0 till km 168,5
  • main cities : Le Château-d'Oléron, Royan, Marennes, Rochefort, La Rochelle, Saint-Martin-de-Ré

11/ Wednesday 9 September 2020 - Châtelaillon-Plage > Poitiers - 167,5 km

The profile of the eleventh stage of the Tour de France 2020

  • start : the start will be at Hippodrome du Haut-Rillon in Châtelaillon-Plage
  • difficulties and climbs : Côte de Cherveux (4th category) at km 91 - 1,1 km à 4,4%
  • intermediate sprint : Les Grands Ajoncs in Exireuil at km 108
  • finish : Avenue John Fitzgerald Kennedy in Poitiers at the end of a straight line of 1,6 km (of which 1,2 km à line of sight) / width 7,50 m
  • visited departments : Charente-Maritime from km 0 till km 39, Deux-Sèvres from km 41 till km 128,5, Vienne from km 135 till km 167,5
  • main cities : Châtelaillon-Plage, Saint-Maixent-l'Ecole, Poitiers

12/ Thursday 10 September 2020 - Chauvigny > Sarran - 218 km

The profile of the twelfth stage of the Tour de France 2020

  • start : the start will be at Rue du Marché in Chauvigny
  • difficulties and climbs : Côte de Saint-Martin-Terressus (4th category) at km 104,5 - 1,5 km à 8,8%, Côte d'Eybouleuf (4th category) at km 121,5 - 2,8 km à 5,2%, Côte de la Croix du Pey (3rd category) at km 177,5 and Suc au May (2nd category) at km 192,5 - 3,8 km à 7,7%
  • intermediate sprint : Place du Champ de Foire in Le Dorat at km 51
  • bonus sprint : Suc au May
  • finish : D142/Route du Musée in Sarran at the end of a straight line of 1,1 km (of which 200 m in line of sight) / width 5,50 m
  • visited departments : Vienne from km 0 till km 39,5, Haute-Vienne from km 41,5 till km 152, Corrèze from km 158,5 till km 218
  • main cities : Chauvigny, Montmorillon, Lathus-Saint-Rémy, Le Dorat, Ambazac, Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat, Treignac, Sarran

13/ Friday 11 September 2020 - Châtel-Guyon > Puy Mary - 191,5 km

The profile of the thirteenth stage of the Tour de France 2020

  • start : the start will be at Avenue de l'Europe in Châtel-Guyon
  • difficulties and climbs : Col de Ceyssat (1st category) at km 36 - 10,2 km à 6,1%, Col de Guéry (3rd category) at km 63,5 - 7,8 km à 5%, Montée de la Stèle (2nd category) at km 85,5 - 6,8 km à 5,7%, Côte de l'Estiade (3rd category) at km 130,5 - 3,7 km à 6,9%, Côte d'Anglards-de-Salers (3rd category) at km 153,5 - 3,5 km à 6,9%, Col de Neronne (2nd category) at km 180,5 - 3,8 km à 9,1% and Puy Mary Pas de Peyrol (1st category) at km 191,5 - 5,4 km à 8,1%
  • intermediate sprint : Rue du Péage in Lanobre at km 111
  • finish : D680 in Puy Mary at the end of a straight line of 300 m in line of sight / width 5 m
  • visited departments : Puy-de-Dôme from km 0 till km 104, Cantal from km 108 till km 115,5 and from km 122,5 till km 191,5, Corrèze from km 116,5 till km 119,5
  • main cities : Châtel-Guyon, Riom, Clermont-Ferrand, Chamalières, Royat, Le Mont-Dore, La Bourboule, Bort-les-Orgues, Saignes, Trizac, Puy Mary

14/ Saturday 12 September 2020 - Clermont-Ferrand > Lyon - 194 km

The profile of the fourteenth stage of the Tour de France 2020

  • start : the start will be at Boulevard Desaix in Clermont-Ferrand
  • difficulties and climbs : Côte du château d'Aulteribe (4th category) at km 32 - 1 km à 8,4%, Col du Béal (2nd category) at km 68,5 - 10,2 km à 5,6%, Côte de Courreau at km 93 - 4 km à 5,7%, Côte de la Duchère at km 184,5 - 1,4 km à 5,6% and Côte de la Croix-Rousse (4th category) at km 189,5 - 1,4 km à 4,8%
  • intermediate sprint : Avenue Henri Pourrat in Courpière at km 38
  • finish : Quai Jean Moulin in Lyon at the end of a straight line of 1,8 km / width 6,50 m
  • visited departments : Puy-de-Dôme from km 0 till km 69, Loire from km 74,5 till km 136, Rhône from km 138,5 till km 194
  • main cities : Clermont-Ferrand, Pont-du-Château, Montbrison, Tassin-la-Demi-Lune, Lyon

15/ Sunday 13 September 2020 - Lyon > Grand Colombier - 174,5 km

The profile of the fifteenth stage of the Tour de France 2020

  • start : the start will be at Avenue Jean Jaurès in Lyon
  • difficulties and climbs : Montée de la Selle de Fromentel (1st category) at km 111 - 11,1 km à 8,1%, Col de la Biche (1st category) at km 129 - 6,9 km à 8,9% and Grand Colombier (outside category) at km 174,5 - 17,4 km à 7,1%
  • intermediate sprint : Route d'Argent in Le Bouchage at km 58
  • finish : D120 on the Grand Colombier at the end of a straight line of 800 m (of which 30 m in line of sight) / width 5 m
  • visited departments : Rhône from km 0 till km 13, Isère from km 17,5 till km 59,5, Ain from km 62,5 till km 174,5
  • main cities : Lyon, Bron, Genas, Pont-de-Chéruy, Crémieu, Morestel, Belley, Culoz, Grand Colombier

R2/ Monday 14 September 2020 - rest day in Isère

16/ tuesday 15 september 2020 - la tour-du-pin > villard-de-lans - 164 km.

The profile of the sixteenth stage of the Tour de France 2020

  • start : the start will be at Rue du 11 Novembre 1918 in La Tour-du-Pin
  • difficulties and climbs : Côte de Virieu (4th category) at km 12,5 - 2,3 km à 6,8%, Col de Porte (2nd category) at km 66,5 - 7,4 km à 6,8%, Côte de Revel (2nd category) at km 94,5 - 6 km à 8%, Montée de Saint-Dizier-du-Moucherotte (1st category) at km 143,5 - 11,1 km à 6,5% and Villard-de-Lans - Côte 2000 (3rd category) at km 164 - 2,2 km à 6,5%
  • intermediate sprint : D520 in Saint-Joseph-de-Rivière at km 44,5
  • bonus sprint : Montée de Saint-Dizier-du-Moucherotte
  • finish : Côte 2000 in Villard-de-Lans at the end of a straight line of 150 m (of which 50 m in line of sight) / width 5,50 m
  • visited departments : Isère from km 0 till km 164
  • main cities : La Tour-du-Pin, Voiron, Saint-Laurent-du-pont, Meylan, Domène, Vizille, Le Pont-de-Claix, Claix, Seyssins, Villard-de-Lans

17/ Wednesday 16 September 2020 - Grenoble > Méribel - Col de la Loze - 170 km

The profile of the seventeenth stage of the Tour de France 2020

  • start : the start will be at Boulevard Clémenceau in Grenoble
  • difficulties and climbs : Col de la Madeleine (outside category) at km 107,5 - 17,1 km à 8,4%, Méribel - Col de la Loze (outside category) at km 170 - 21,5 km à 7,8%
  • intermediate sprint : Avenue des Alpes in La Rochette at km 45,5
  • finish : Route du Col de la Loze in Méribel at the end of a straight line of 2 km in line of sight) / width 4 m
  • visited departments : Isère from km 0 till km 34,5, Savoie from km 42,5 till km 170
  • main cities : Grenoble, Goncelin, Allevard, Saint-François-Longchamp, Moûtiers, Méribel

18/ Wednesday 17 September 2020 - Méribel > La Roche-sur-Foron - 175 km

The profile of the eighteenth stage of the Tour de France 2020

  • start : the start will be at sur la Piste de l'Altiport de Méribel
  • difficulties and climbs : Cormet de Roselend (1st category) at km 46 - 18,6 km à 6,1%, Côte de la route des Villes (3rd category) at km 64,5 - 3,2 km à 6,6%, Col des Saisies (2nd category) at km 91 - 14,6 km à 6,4%, Col des Aravis (1st category) at km 117,5 - 6,7 km à 7% and Montée du plateau des Glières (outside category) at km 143,5 - 6 km à 11,2%
  • intermediate sprint : Avenue de la Tarentaise in Aime at km 14
  • bonus sprint : Montée du plateau des Glières
  • finish : D1203/Boulevard du Maquis des Glières in La Roche-sur-Foron at the end of a straight line of 500 m going uphill / width 6,50 m
  • visited departments : Savoie from km 0 till km 117,5, Haute-Savoie from km 121,5 till km 175
  • main cities : Méribel, Moûtiers, Aime-La Plagne, Bourg-Saint-Maurice Les Arcs, Beaufort, La Clusaz, Glières Val-de-Borne, Fillière, La Roche-sur-Foron

19/ Thursday 18 September 2020 - Bourg-en-Bresse > Champagnole - 166,5 km

The profile of the nineteenth stage of the Tour de France 2020

  • start : the start will be at Boulevard Charles de Gaulle in Bourg-en-Bresse
  • difficulties and climbs : Côte de Château-Chalon (4th category) at km 82 - 4,3 km à 4,7%
  • intermediate sprint : Grande Rue in Mournans at km 117,5
  • finish : Rue Léon Blum in Champagnole at the end of a straight line of 1,1 km (of which 350 m in line of sight) / width 5,50 m
  • visited departments : Ain from km 0 till km 20,5, Jura from km 23,5 till km 166,5
  • main cities : Bourg-en-Bresse, Nivigne-et-Suran, Lons-le-Saunier, Champagnole

20/ Thursday 19 September 2020 - Lure > La Planche des Belles Filles - individual time trial - 36,2 km

The profile of the twentieth stage of the Tour de France 2020

  • start : the start will be at Esplanade Charles de Gaulle in Lure
  • difficulties and climbs : La Planche des Belles Filles (1st category) at km 36,2 - 5,9 km à 8,5%
  • intermediate sprint : not applicable
  • finish : D16E in La Planche des Belles Filles at the end of a straight line of 400 m (of which 100 m in line of sight) / width 5 m
  • visited departments : Haute-Saône from km 0 till km 36,2
  • main cities : Lure, Saint-Germain, Mélisey, Belonchamp, Fresse, Plancher les Mines, La Planche des Belles Filles

21/ Thursday 20 September 2020 - Mantes-la-Jolie > Paris Champs-Elysées - 122 km

The profile of the twentyfirst stage of the Tour de France 2020

  • start : the start will be at Voie de Berge in Mantes-la-Jolie
  • difficulties and climbs : Côte de Beulle (4th category) at km 11,5 - 2,3 km à 3,6%
  • intermediate sprint : Champs-Elysées in Paris at km 82
  • finish : Champs-Elysées in Paris at the end of a straight line of 400 m / width 9 m
  • visited departments : Yvelines from km 0 till km 44, Hauts-de-Seine from km 46 till km 53,5, Paris from km 56 till km 122
  • main cities : Mantes-la-Jolie, Versailles, Paris

The race route of the Tour de France 2020 in Google Earth

The race route of the Tour de France 2020 in Google Earth

Merci beaucoup. Je cherchais le fichier KMZ/KML ou GPX depuis un certain temps et je sais le travail qu'il y a derrière.

Thank you very much for the KMZ file. Much appreciated.

Désolé ce n' est pas un grand départ car les spectateurs en seront interdits. Un tour à huis clos, la bêtise de nos dirigeants atteint son apogée.

Hi Thomas! The KMZ file seems to be corrupt - it does not seem to have contents. Is there a different link, please? I am trying to access this from the US.

@Shyam #5 : as usual, there's always someone saying that but the KMZ file is perfectly fine. You just have to use it with the desktop version of Google Earth or any other application which can read a KMZ file which contains a network link. @aria #1 / @Nichtu #2 / @John #3 : avec plaisir / you're welcome :-) @pa51 #4 : il s'agit bien d'un Grand Départ mais dans un département classé rouge où aucun risque ne pourra être pris, il s'agit bien de la chance donnée à la course d'aller jusqu'au bout !

Bonjour, merci pour votre site et vos infos très complètes. Avez-vous des infos sur la localisation de la feed zone sur l étape Chauvigny-Sarran? Merci !

I am looking for the kmz file of the tour 2020, can somebody sent me a download or link?

Thank you @Thomas. I learnt a new skill from you today. Thank you for all your hardwork with this website. I like to ride tour stages using GPS on my indoor trainer, and your work is helping me a lot! Thx again.

Where oh where is total vertical ascent and descent published? Anywhere?

Merci pour ce travail minutieux, avec Google earth c'est un vrai plaisir. On réalise alors encore mieux l'exploit des coureurs, même les derniers !!!

Bonjour, génial ce site avec le tracé GPS précis, ça permet de suivre les traces des champions ...

Je me demandais s'il n'y avait pas une erreur de la direction du Tour de France (ou ASO) quant au classement de la catégorie des cols des Saisies et des Aravis sur cette cuvée 2020 ? En effet, dans la 18e étape, les cols des Saisies puis des Aravis sont classés respectivement 2nde et 1ere catégorie, alors que ça a toujours été le contraire les années précédentes (Saisies en 1ere et Aravis en 2nde catégorie sur ces mêmes versants).

Bj Ou se fait le ravitaillement sur la 21 étapes ?

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The Tour de France is an annual bicycle race held in France and nearby countries. First staged in 1903, the race covers more than 3,600 kilometres (2,200 mi) and lasts three weeks. As the best known and most prestigious of cycling's three "Grand Tours", the Tour de France attracts riders and teams from around the world. The race is broken into day-long segments, called stages. Individual times to finish each stage are aggregated to determine the overall winner at the end of the race. The rider with the lowest aggregate time at the end of each day wears the leader's yellow jersey on the next day of racing. The course changes every year, but the race has always finished in Paris. Since 1975, the climax of the final stage has been along the Champs-Élysées.

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It’s going to be a mountainous ride through France for the men in the 2023 edition of the Tour.

The route for the 2023 men’s Tour de France was released on Thursday, October 27, and now it’s almost time for the Tour to start.

There’s just one individual time trial set, a 22km race against the clock which will open up the final week of racing on Stage 16. The riders will cover 3,404 kilometers (2,115 miles) in total over the 21 stages.

It all gets started on July 1 and runs through July 23 just in time for the Tour de France Femmes to begin on the same day that the men ride into the Champs-Élysées.

Here are the stages for the 2023 Tour de France:

  • Stage 1 : July 1 - Hilly - Bilbao to Bilbao - 182km
  • Stage 2 : July 2 - Hilly - Vitoria-Gasteiz to Saint-Sébastien - 209km
  • Stage 3 : July 3 - Flat - Amborebieta-Etxano to Bayonne - 185km
  • Stage 4 : July 4 - Flat - Dax to Nogaro - 182km
  • Stage 5: July 5 - Mountain - Pau to Laruns - 165km
  • Stage 6 : July 6 - Mountain - Tarbes to Cauterets-Cambasque - 145km
  • Stage 7 : July 7 - Flat - Mont-De-Marsan to Bordeaux - 170km
  • Stage 8 : July 8 - Hilly - Libourne to Limoges - 201km
  • Stage 9 : July 9 - Mountain - Saint-Léonard-De-Noblat to Puy de Dôme - 184km
  • July 10 - Rest Day
  • Stage 10 : July 11 - Hilly - Vulcania to Issoire - 167km
  • Stage 11 : July 12 - Flat - Clermont-Ferrand to Moulins - 180km
  • Stage 12 : July 13 - Hilly - Roanne to Belleville-en-Beaujolais - 169km
  • Stage 13 : July 14 - Mountain - Châtillon-Sur-Chalaronne to Grand Colombie - 138km
  • Stage 14 : July 15 - Mountain - Annemasse to Morzine Les Portes Du Soleil - 152km
  • Stage 15 : July 16 - Mountain - Les Gets Les Portes Du Soleil to Saint-Gervais Mont Blanc - 180km
  • July 17 - Rest Day
  • Stage 16 : July 18 - Individual Time Trial - Passy to Combloux - 22km
  • Stage 17 : July 19 - Mountain - Saint-Gervais Mont Blanc to Courchevel - 166km
  • Stage 18 : July 20 - Hilly - Moûtiers to Bourg-En-Bresse - 186km
  • Stage 19 : July 21 - Flat - Moirans-en-Montagne to Poligny - 173km
  • Stage 20 : July 22 - Mountain - Belfort to Le Markstein Fellering - 133km
  • Stage 21 : July 23 - Flat - Saint-Quentin-En-Yvelines to Paris Champs-Élysées - 115km

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Google is making it easier for cycling fans to follow this year’s 100th Tour de France from afar by tracking the event online via a special Google+ page, a YouTube site and an interactive site that includes Google Maps and Street View images.

The 100th running of the Tour de France, one of the most prestigious bicycle racing events in the world, began June 29 and continues through Sunday July 21, when the cyclists complete the event in Paris after covering some 2,115 miles after 21 stages.

The Tour de France Google+ page features daily updates on the race and the riders, with insights into the happenings behind the scenes and on the road as the pack travels over the road course. The Google+ page had more than 500,360 followers by the afternoon of July 8.

Also featured on the page is a special YouTube site, where viewers can catch the latest updates and reports and video about the race. A free Android app is also available in the Google Play Store to keep fans up to date on the race around the clock.

Perhaps the coolest feature of Google’s coverage of the Tour de France is the special “ Your Tour ” interactive page that lets visitors go to and explore the race course via Google Maps and Street View images. Visitors can use the on-screen controls to scroll through the countryside along the course and follow the main stages of the race course on a map. Several “Easter Egg” stages are also included that highlight famous past moments in Tour de France history from 1903, 1954 and 1964. (See the first three “stages” on the interactive site for these historic Easter eggs).

Viewers can click on the stages of the tour to get maps of the day’s ride, along with an illustration about the elevations of the course that day and the ride length.

The 2013 edition of the race began on June 29 with Stage 1, which was won by Marcel Kittel of Germany. The first stage was a 132-mile stage in Corsica, a French island in the Mediterranean Sea. It was the first time that the Tour de France has ever been held in Corsica, according to organizers.

Stage 9 was completed July 7 in the Pyrenees Mountains in France, where Ireland’s Dan Brown won the stage , according to a report from The (London) Telegraph . After the first nine stages of the Tour, Christopher Froome of Great Britain leads the overall race and wears the yellow jersey, which is worn each day by the overall race leader.

After several days of rest for the riders, the next stage begins on July 10 as the field races in a 20-mile time trial, or sprint, event from Avranches to Mont Saint-Michel in France.

The Tour de France also has an official Web page created by its organizers. There’s also a Twitter page where fans can follow the Tour.

This year’s Tour de France is a different event since Lance Armstrong, the American seven-time winner of the event, was stripped of his seven consecutive victories in October 2012 in connection with doping allegations. The Armstrong case, and the doping allegations that chased him for years, put a pall over the sport even as the investigations into his conduct were under way in past years. Armstrong won the Tour de France seven years in a row, from 1999 through 2005, until the wins were expunged.

Armstrong isn’t out of the headlines, however.

The disgraced Armstrong will now participate in an annual recreational bicycle ride across Iowa on July 21, which also happens to be the day when the Tour de France is completed, according to a story by The (London) Independent .

“It marks Armstrong’s first official cycling engagement—not to mention his first major public appearance—since he admitted using several banned substances and blood doping during his professional career, in a widely watched television interview with Oprah Winfrey in January,” the paper reported.

The Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa, or RAGBRAI , race is sponsored and organized by The Des Moines Register newspaper. As many as 10,000 riders are expected to take part in the weeklong, 406-mile trek from the banks of the Missouri River in the West to the Mississippi, according to The Independent . “Armstrong was banned from professional cycling for life in October 2012, following a report by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency which accused him of leading ‘the most sophisticated, professional and successful doping program that sport has ever seen.'”

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