Le Tour 2020

Tour de France 2016

If the whirr of wheels, the click of the gears and the cheer of the crowds makes your pulse quicken, why not chase that yellow jersey in the Tour de France!

The 107th Tour de France will be made up of 21 stages and will cover over 3,000 kilometres.  In 2020 the race starts a week earlier than usual and ends on Sunday 19th July, to allow riders to fly to Tokyo for the Olympic Games road race on Saturday 25th July.

Many of our parcs are situated close to the route so you can follow the race and plan your own ‘Tour de France’.

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2020 tour de france, nice, grand depart

Stages 1 and 2 - Nice

The start of the 2020 Tour - the Grand Départ - takes place in the south of France, in the beautiful city of Nice on the 27th June.

The first stage is a 156km ride from Nice city centre into the hinterland. There will be three loops, including one to be covered twice, giving the spectators plenty of chance to see some exciting sporting action.

Stage 2, on the 28th June, is a 187km long mountain stage with two passags over 1,500m.  There's a long climb up the Col de la Comiane, followed by steep turns to the Col de Turini and eventually up to the Col d'Eze.


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