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Tour De France Live

July 3, 2010 by staff 

Tour De France LiveTour De France Live -Letour – Tour de France LIVE! The Tour de France is set to start today, July 3rd and will go until July 25. The Tour launching Zuidplein in the south side of Rotterdam and this year will cover a total of 3642 km.

If you want the Tour de France live, know that the official website is provide official website on the page with different types of information such as maps, charts, profiles and other characteristics associated with higher test cyclist in the world. It starts 5 PM ET and 2 am PT. Find out here.

“Http: / / www.letour.fr / indexus.html”

Another option for the Tour de France is broadcast live at 9:30 or 4:40 GMT Cycling.tv ET and 2:30 pm PT.

Below is the 2010 Tour de France stage breakdown:

July 3: Prologue, Rotterdam (5.5 miles / individual time trial)
July 4: Stage 1, Rotterdam, Brussels (138.8 miles)
July 5: Stage 2, from Brussels to Spa, Belgium (124.8 miles)
July 6: Stage 3, Wanze, Belgium, Arenberg Porte du Hainaut, France (132.3 miles)
July 7: Stage 4, Cambrai to Reims (95.3 miles)
July 8: Stage 5, Epernay Montargis (116.5 miles)
July 9: Stage 6, Montargis Gueugnon (141.3 miles)
July 10: Stage 7, Tournus Station of Rousses (102.8 miles)
July 11: Stage 8, the resort of Les Rousses in Morzine-Avoriaz (117.4 miles)
July 12: Morzine-Avoriaz – first rest day of the tour
July 13: Stage 9, Morzine Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne (127 miles)
July 14: Stage 10, Gap Chambery (111.2 miles)
July 15: Stage 11, Sisteron to Bourg-les-Valence (114.6 miles)
July 16: Stage 12, Bourg-de-toll Mende (130.7 miles)
July 17: Stage 13, Rodez Revel (121.7 miles)
July 18: Stage 14, Revel Ax 3 Domaines (114.6 miles)
July 19: Stage 15, Pamiers to Bagneres de Luchon (116.1 miles)
July 20: Stage 16, Bagneres-de-Luchon to Pau (123.9 miles)
July 21: Pau – Day visit of the second rest
July 22: Stage 17, Pau and the Col du Tourmalet (108.1 miles)
July 23: Stage 18, Salles-de-Bearn Bordeaux (123 miles)
July 24: Stage 19, Bordeaux Pauillac (32.3 miles / individual time trial)
July 25: Stage 20, Longjumeau in Paris (63.7 miles) – stages shortest parade in the recent history of the tour

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