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    Added: monday 02 November 2020 at 22:35:00

    The Tour de France 2021 race route has been presented: a Tour with less climbing but more transfers

    The Tour de France 2021 race route has been presented: a Tour with less climbing but more transfersIt's been almost a month since you progressively discovered it through the rumours, but last night during a TV show dedicated to the Tour de France 2021 race route it has been officially presented. And it turns out that what already started to become clear in the rumours indeed becomes truth. Indeed, this Tour will be more classical, less mountaineous but filled up with quite important transfers between the stages!

    Let's now have a look at all this more in detail.

    The little details of the Tour de France 2021 race route: from Brest to Paris for the 108th edition

    The Tour de France 2021 in numbers

    First of all, as usual, let's have a look at the statistics to present this new edition of the ...

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    this article appears in the following categories: Tour de France| Tour de France 2021
  • Added: sunday 01 November 2020 at 12:02:00

    Tour de France 2021: the rumours about the race route and the stage cities

    Tour de France 2021: the rumours about the race route and the stage cities

    initially published on 7 October at 11.20PM, updated on 8 October at 9.26AM, on 9 October at 6PM, on 13 October at 11.23PM, on 14 October at 9.21PM, on 17 October at 2.04AM, on 20 October at 10.06PM, on 21 October at 10.13PM, on 22 October at 11.02PM, on 25 October at 9.50PM, on 26 October at 10AM, on 27 October at 10.24AM and at 6.40PM, on 28 October at 8.27AM and at 12.11PM, on 29 October at 9.30PM, on 30 October at 11.52PM and on 1 November at 12.02PM

    Is it possible that Amaury Sport Organisation (A.S.O.), the organisor of the Tour de France, really does everything to prevent me from finding the Tour de France 2021 race route based on the rumours? Going as far as organising the Tour de France 2020 in September right in the middle of the usual timespan in which the race route starts to build up in the publication which is now usual on velowire.com where you can find the rumours about next year's Tour de France race route since 2007?

    Going as far
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    this article appears in the following categories: Tour de France| Tour de France 2021
  • Added: tuesday 25 August 2020 at 2:19:00

    The Tour de France 2020 race route on Open Street Maps and in Google Earth, stage profiles and time- and route schedules

    The Tour de France 2020 race route on Open Street Maps and in Google Earth, stage profiles and time- and route schedulesAs usual, velowire.com allows you to discover in detail the race route of this 107th edition of the Grande Boucle - an edition which is a bit particular in the current context related to the health crisis around the coronavirus / Covid-19, starting of course with the dates on which it takes place - on Open Street Maps/Google Earth now we're getting closer to the start of the Tour de France 2020.

    With the informations in this article you'll get to know all the details, all cities and towns which are visited by the Tour and in this way you can either prepare your visit of the race if you're one of the many (but most probably lot less this year than usual) spectators on the side of the road, or simply to better understand the race if you're not there!

    A little bit of initial information ...

    Some first pr ...

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    this article appears in the following categories: Tour de France| Tour de France 2020| Open Street Maps/Google Maps/Google Earth
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