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Cycle the Tour de France 2013 route without being in the team

tour de france 2013 route

This year a Fete du Tour is being organised – a chance for riders of all levels to experience the route to be taken by the awesome cyclists who will undertake the Tour de France 2013.

On June 15, two weeks before the Grand Depart (June 29) each town which is a holding stage town of the 2013 Tour de France will organise a programme of rides.

For the brave it is a chance to cycle the entirety of a stage course but organisers expect that most will take advantage of the shorter rides being organised. From 10km to 50km riders of all ages and abilities can participate and feel like a champion in an atmosphere of fun and celebration on the centenary of the Tour de France 2013.

See the Tourist office website for the relevant stage town.

Tour de France 2013 route and stage details:

Stage 1 – 213 km Porto-Vecchio / Bastia

Stage 2 – 156 km Bastia / Ajaccio

Stage 3 – 145.5 km Ajaccio / Calvi

Stage 4 – 25 km Nice / Nice

Stage 5 – 228.5 km Cagnes-sur-Mer / Marseille

Stage 6 – 176.5 km Aix-en-Provence / Montpellier

Stage 7 – 205.5 km Montpellier / Albi

Stage 8 – 195 km Castres / Ax 3 Domaines

Stage 9 – 168.5 km Saint-Girons / Bagnères-de-Bigorre

Rest day Saint-Nazaire

Stage 10 – 197 km Saint-Gildas-des-Bois / Saint-Malo

Stage 11 – 33 km Avranches / Mont-Saint-Michel

Stage 12 – 218 km Fougères / Tours

Stage 13 – 173 kmTours / Saint-Amand-Montrond

Stage 14 – 191 km Saint-Pourçain-sur-Sioule / Lyon

Stage 15 – 242.5 km Givors / Mont Ventoux

Rest day Vaucluse

Stage 16 – 168 km Vaison-la-Romaine / Gap

Stage 17 – 32 km Embrun / Chorges

Stage 18 – 172.5 km Gap / Alpe-d’Huez

Stage 19 – 204.5 km Bourg-d’Oisans / Le Grand-Bornand

Stage 20 – 125 km Annecy / Annecy – Semnoz

Stage 21 – 133.5 km Versailles / Paris Champs-Élysées

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