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Le Tour de France 2023
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Tour de France 2023

The Tour de France is one of the toughest cycling races in the world, where athletes from around the globe battle it out to become the champion of this prestigious race. Fans of the sport come together from all corners of the planet to witness this spectacle and cheer on their favourite riders.

This year, it will kick off on 1 July and finish on 23 July - following the tradition where it will finish in Paris.

Take your bike to France
Take your bike to France

Take your bike to France!

If you're a lover of cycling, then there's no better destination to visit than France during the Tour de France. Taking your bike along for the journey is an excellent way to not only witness the exciting action but also enjoy your own cycling adventure.

By bringing your bike along, you'll be able to explore the country at your own pace, take in the stunning scenery, and even challenge yourself by riding some of the same routes as the pros. So why not pack your bags, grab your bike, and set sail to France for the ultimate cycling experience?

The History of the Tour de France

The History of the Tour de France

The first Tour de France was held in 1903 and was created to increase sales of the newspaper L'Auto in France. The race quickly gained popularity, attracting professional cyclists from around the world. The early years of the race were marked by gruelling routes that covered long distances and included high mountain passes, making it a true test of endurance and skill.

Over the years, the race has evolved into one of the most prestigious events in the world of sports, with millions of fans tuning in from all corners of the globe to watch the world's best cyclists compete for the coveted yellow jersey. Today, the Tour de France remains a highlight of the cycling calendar, and its rich history is a testament to the enduring appeal of this iconic event.

Is the Tour de France the same every year
Is the Tour de France the same every year

Is the Tour de France the same every year? 

The Tour de France changes route every year to keep the race fresh and challenging for both riders and spectators. Organiser’s carefully select each stage to showcase different geographic regions of France, highlighting the country's beautiful landscapes and cultural heritage.

Additionally, varying the route also adds an element of surprise and unpredictability to the race, making it all the more exciting and engaging!

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