27th June, 2020

19th July, 2020

Tour de France

The Tour de France is an annual men’s multiple stage bicycle race primarily held in France, while also occasionally passing through nearby countries. Like the other Grand Tours, it consists of 21 day-long stages over the course of 23 days.

Stages
  • 1.

    Nice › Nice 27th June, 2020. — 170 km

  • 2.

    Nice › Nice 28th June, 2020. — 190 km

  • 3.

    Nice › Sisteron 29th June, 2020. — 198 km

  • 4.

    Sisteron › Orcières-Merlette 30th June, 2020. — 157 km

  • 5.

    Gap › Privas 1st July, 2020. — 183 km

  • 6.

    Le Teil › Mont Aigoual 2nd July, 2020. — 191 km

  • 7.

    Millau › Lavaur 3rd July, 2020. — 168 km

  • 8.

    Cazères › Loudenvielle 4th July, 2020. — 140 km

  • 9.

    Pau › Laruns 5th July, 2020. — 154 km

  • 10.

    île D'Oleron › Île de Ré 7th July, 2020. — 170 km

  • 11.

    Châtelaillon-Plage › Poitiers 8th July, 2020. — 167 km

  • 12.

    Chauvigny › Sarran 9th July, 2020. — 218 km

  • 13.

    Châtel-Guyon › Puy Mary 10th July, 2020. — 191 km

  • 14.

    Clemont Ferrand › Lyon 11th July, 2020. — 197 km

  • 15.

    Lyon › Grand Colombier 12th July, 2020. — 175 km

  • 16.

    La Tour-du-Pin › Villard-de-Lans 14th July, 2020. — 164 km

  • 17.

    Grenoble › Méribel 15th July, 2020. — 168 km

  • 18.

    Méribel › La Roche-sur-Foron 16th July, 2020. — 168 km

  • 19.

    Bourg-en-Bresse › Champagnole 17th July, 2020. — 160 km

  • 20.

    Lure › La Planche des Belles Filles 18th July, 2020. — 36 km

  • 21.

    Mantes-la-Jolie › Paris 19th July, 2020. — 122 km

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