Jul 10, 2013 · There’s no better way to see the Tour de France (and the most beautiful parts of France) than on a bike. You get to experience the same climbs as the riders do and when they come flying past, you

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The virtual Tour de France will allow female competitors for the first time July 6, 2020 by Amelia Buckley The start day of the famous french cycling competition, Tour de France, was delayed until August 29 due to the pandemic, but a virtual version of the race will begin as scheduled on July 4. Come along for the ride, Five reasons to follow the Tour The Tour de France is set to go off for the 106th time, and it is a wide-open year -- with over a dozen riders capable of reaching Paris triumphantly. Five reasons to follow the Tour de France. Tour de France 2019

Virtual Tour de France: Clarke and Stephens claim glory in Paris. Bonjour Paris! The 6th and last stage of the Virtual Tour de France gathers 147 riders (63 women and 84 men) for six laps on the 6.6km circuit of the Champs-Élysées, replicated on Zwift as part of the solidarity events aiming to raise funds for charity partners.

Follow the Tour de France on a river cruise by Emma Smith - 17/06/2019 The 2019 Tour de France starts in Brussels on 6 July, covering miles of Belgian and French regions over 22 days before ending in Paris at the Champs-Élysées. Come along for the ride, Five reasons to follow the Tour Jul 02, 2019 Tour de France: Armstrong wins 18th stage