It has been said that “it ain’t over ’till it’s over,” but with the major prizes locked in, the 2015 Tour de France is pretty much over.
Nonetheless, the final stage of the Tour, a 110-kilometer ride from Sèvres to the Champs-Elysées in downtown Paris will provide an opportunity for a late break or a final dash to the line giving someone in the peloton the honor of winning one of the most prestigious stages of any Tour.
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The Tour de France takes on its final mountain stage with a short and brutally difficult ride from Modane to the top of the storied climb up to l’Alpe d’Huez.
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The Tour de France continues its march through the Alps with a short, tough 138-kilometer race from Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne to a finish at the ski resort of La Toussuire in the Rhône-Alpes region of south-eastern France.
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The 2015 Tour de France takes on a tough, mountainous ride through the Alps on a challenging 187-kilometer race from Gap to Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne.
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Entering its final phase, the Tour de France begins a four-day run in the Alps with a mountainous 161-kilometer race from Digne-les-Bains to Pra-Loup, a ski resort in France, at Uvernet-Fours in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence.
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The 16th stage of the 2015 Tour de France takes riders on a 201-kilometer race from Bourg-de-Péage to Gap in the Hautes-Alpes of southern France.
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Riders in the 2015 Tour de France continue to contest the “transition stages” between French mountain chains, riding northeast from the Pyrenees to the Alps, crossing France’s formidable Massif Central on the 15th stage of the race, a 183-kilometer race from Mende to Valence.
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The 2015 Tour de France continues its northeastward march toward the Alps with a 179-kilometer “transition stage” from Rodez to Mende, of the Languedoc-Roussillon of southern France.
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After three tough days in the Pyrenees, the Tour de France begins a gradual northeasterly trip towards next week’s rendezvous with the Alps, with a sometimes bumpy 199-kilometer race from Muret to Rudez in southeastern France.
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Riders in the 2015 Tour de France face a tough day in the saddle as they follow a difficult 195-kilometer route from Lannemazen to a mountain-top finish on the Plateau de Beille in the Pyrenees in Southern France.
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