pinit fg en rect gray 20   2010 Tour De France Route Unveiled

2010 tour de france route unveiled   2010 Tour De France Route Unveiled

This past Wednesday, the 2010 Tour de France route has been unveiled. 2010′s race begins on July 3rd in Rotterdam and ends on July 25th in Paris. There is going to be one prologue, nine flat stages, six high mountain stages, and four medium mountain stages. However, this year, there will be only three mountain top finishes, only one individual time trial, with no team time trials. The 2010 Tour de France will cover a total of 3,590 kilometers. Below is a list of the Tour’s stages:

  • Prologue, July 3, Rotterdam – Rotterdam individual time trial, 8km
  • Stage 1, July 4, Rotterdam – Bruxelles, 224km
  • Stage 2, July 5, Bruxelles – Spa, 192km
  • Stage 3, July 6, Wanze – Arenberg Porte du Hainaut, 207km
  • Stage 4, July 7, Cambrai – Reims, 150km
  • Stage 5, July 8, Épernay – Montargis, 185km
  • Stage 6, July 9, Montargis – Gueugnon, 225km
  • Stage 7, July 10, Tournus – Station des Rousses, 161km
  • Stage 8, July 11, Station des Rousses – Morzine-Avoriaz, 189km
  • Rest day 1, July 12, Morzine-Avoriaz
  • Stage 9, July 13, Morzine-Avoriaz – Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne, 204km
  • Stage 10, July 14, Chambéry – Gap, 179km
  • Stage 11, July 15, Sisteron – Bourg-lès-Valence, 180km
  • Stage 12, July 16, Bourg-de-Péage – Mende, 210km
  • Stage 13, July 17, Rodez – Revel, 195km
  • Stage 14, July 18, Revel – Ax-3 Domaines, 184km
  • Stage 15, July 19, Pamiers – Bagnères-de-Luchon, 187km
  • Stage 16, July 20, Bagnères-de-Luchon – Pau, 196km
  • Rest day 2, July 21, Pau
  • Stage 17, July 22, Pau – Col du Tourmalet, 174km
  • Stage 18, July 23, Salies-de-Béarn – Bordeaux, 190km
  • Stage 19, July 24, Bordeaux – Pauillac individual time trial, 51km
  • Stage 20, July 25, Longjumeau – Paris Champs-Élysées, 105km

Thanks to BikeRadar for the news.