Following a decisive opening day in France’s southern mountain range, the 2016 Tour de France continues with another race through the Pyrénées with a tough race from Val d’Aran, in Spain to the ski resort of Arcalis, in Andorra.
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The 2016 Tour de France takes on a tough stage in the Pyrénées taking riders on a 183-kilometer race from Pau to the mountain resort community of Bagnères-de-Luchon in the Midi-Pyrénées region of southwestern France.
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The Seventh Stage of the 2016 Tour de France takes riders south toward the Spanish border and into the Pyrenees with a 162-kilometer race from L’Isle-Jourdain to Lac de Payolle.
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The 2016 Tour de France continues its southerly march through France with a long and very difficult 216-kilometer race from Limoges to the ski resort at Le Lioran in the Massif Central.
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The 2016 Tour de France continues to head toward the south of France with a generally flat 232-kilometer race from Saumur to Limoges.
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The 198 riders in Tour de France head south out of Normandy on a long and challenging 222-kilometer stage from Granville to Angers.
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The 2016 Tour de France continues its trek through Normandy with a challenging 182-kilometer race from Saint-Lô to Cherbourg-Octeville.
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The 2016 Tour de France gets underway in unusual fashion with a mass-start 188-kilometer race from the Unesco World Heritage site at Mont Saint-Michel and travels north along the coast of Normandy to the historic Utah Beach at Sainte-Marie-du-Mont.
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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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