104th Tour de France route

By: albertocontadornotebook

Jul 01 2017

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104th Tour de FranceJuly 1-July 23, 2017

Stages

Stage 1, July 1: Düsseldorf – Düsseldorf, 14 km

Stage 2, July 2: Düsseldorf – Liège, 203.5 km

Stage 3, July 3: Verviers – Longwy, 212.5 km

Stage 4, July 4: Mondorf-les-Bains – Vittel, 207.5 km

Stage 5, July 5: Vittel – La Planche des Belles Filles, 160.5 km

Stage 6, July 6: Vesoul – Troyes, 216 km

Stage 7, July 7: Troyes – Nuits-Saint-Georges, 213.5 km

Stage 8, July 8: Dole – Station des Rousses, 187.5 km

Stage 9, July 9: Nantua – Chambèry, 181.5 km

First Rest Day, July 10: Dordogne

Stage 10, July 11: Périgeux – Bergerac, 178 km

Stage 11, July 12: Eymet – Pau, 203.5 km

Stage 12, July 13: Pau – Peyragudes, 214.5 km

Stage 13, July 14: Saint-Girons – Foix, 101 km

Stage 14, July 15: Blagnac – Rodez, 181.5 km

Stage 15, July 16: Laissac-Sévérac L’Église – Le Puy-en-Velay, 189.5 km

Second Rest Day, July 17: Le Puy-en-Velay

Stage 16, July 18: Le Puy en Velay – Romas-sur-Isére, 165 km

Stage 17, July 19: La Mure – Serre-Chevalier, 183 km

Stage 18, July 20: Briançon – Izoard, 179.5 km

Stage 19, July 21: Embrun – Salon-de-Provence, 222.5 km

Stage 20, July 22: Marseille – Marseille, 22.5 km

Stage 21, July 23: Montgeron – Paris Champs-Élysées, 103 km

Riding for Trek-Segafredo:

31 Alberto Contador
32 Koen de Kort
33 John Degenkolb
34 Fabio Felline
35 Michael Gogl
36 Markel Irizar
37 Bauke Mollema
38 Jarlinson Pantano
39 Haimar Zubeldia

Complete start list
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