This Thursday, around noon, we will be fixed on the course of the Tour de France 2023. Christian Prudhommethe head of Roundformalize in effect this October 27 – at the Palais des Congrès in Paris – the map of the great loop, which will take place from July 1 to 23. And like every year, Cycling’News took you through what is being said on the web, in the regional press (PQR) or on local radio stations. Which cities of departure and arrival will see the great mass July of next year? What are the massive and large steps that the corridors of the Round ? Which regions will be skipped? How many time trial kilometers will there be on the program? Here you have a compilation of all the more or less confirmed rumors that are emerging for the big loop 2023. Waiting to be officially fixed by the boss of the Tour, Christian Prudhommethis Thursday, October 27 around noon, at the Palais des Congrès in Paris, this has been the course of the Tour de France 2023. Previously and still this Thursday at noon, marion roussethe race director of the Women’s Tour de France with Zwift will have revealed to us the direction of the 2nd edition of the Women’s Tour de France which will take place from July 23 to 30.
Video – The route of the first 3 stages of the Tour de France 2023!
The Great Departure from Bilbao, then…?
If it has been official for more than a year that the great outlet of Tour de France will take place in Spain from Bilbao in the Basque Country, the big loop – which will organize its 110th edition next year – will obviously ignore the great west and north of France this year. So where canbeing scammed“the candidates for the yellow jersey… among whom we will surely find jonas vingegaard (Jumbo Visma), Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates), and who knows egan bernal (INEOS Grenadiers) – the last 3 winners in the last four years – or even primoz roglic (Jumbo-Visma) and Remco Evenepoel (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl).
The possible route of the Tour de France 2023, from July 1 to 23!
– saturday july 1 – Stage 1 : Bilbao-Bilbao (185 km)
– sunday july 2 – 2nd step : Vitoria-Gasteiz – San Sebastian (210 km)
– Monday July 3 – Step 3 : Amorebieta-Etxano – Bayonne
– tuesday july 4th – Step 4 : Dax – Nogaró
– Wednesday July 5 – step 5 : Pau-Laruns
– Thursday July 6 – step 6 : Tarbes – Cauterets
– friday july 7 – step 7 : Mont-de-Marsan – Bordeaux
– saturday july 8 – step 8 : Libourne – Limoges
– sunday july 9 – step 9 : Saint-Leonard-de-Noblat – Puy-de-Dome
– monday july 10 – 1st rest day in Clermont-Ferrand
– tuesday july 11 – step 10 : Vulcania – Issoire (individual CLM?)
– Wednesday July 12 – step 11 : Clermont-Ferrand – Mills
– Thursday July 13 – step 12 : Roanne – Belleville-en-Beaujolais
– friday july 14 – step 13 : Chatillon-sur-Chalaronne – Grand Colombier
– saturday july 15 – step 14 : Annemasse-Morzine
– sunday july 16 – step 15 : Les Gets – Saint-Gervais-Mont-Blanc
– Monday July 17 – 2nd rest day in Saint-Gervais
– tuesday july 18 – step 16 : Passy – Combloux (individual or team time trial?)
– Wednesday July 19 – step 17 : Sallanches – Courchevel
– Thursday July 20 – step 18 : Moutiers – Bourg-en-Bresse
– friday july 21 – step 19 : Moirans-en-Montagne – Poligny
– saturday july 22 – step 20 : Belfort – Le Markstein
– Sunday July 23 – step 21 : Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines National Velodrome – Paris Champs-Elysées
“Every year, since 1992, Euskadi wants the Grand Exit…”
passing the Back to Spain 2022, on the occasion of the start of the 6th stage that started in Bilbao, Christian Prudhomme was thus able to evoke the Great Departure of great loop 2023, and more precisely the fervor of the Basque Country, well known in the world of the little queen. “Here is a story of fervor, passion and love, without a doubt. Among the best audiences in the world are the Belgians, we discover the Danish public and obviously there is the Basque Country! The specificity is these coasts with very steep slopes. A great setting with hills, mountains and also the sea. The passion for cycling is extraordinary and you can see it here also in this Vueltaexplained in comments reported by RTBF.
“They will have something to do…”
“We have been in contact with the Basque Country for a long time and the Grand Départ was announced a good year ago, continues the director of Tour de France. What struck me about this candidacy is that, in fact, every year since 1992 and the departure of San Sebastián, the Basque Government, the province of Vizcaya and the Bilbao City Council have written to say that they once again wanted a Great Departure. Every year for 30 years! So we’re going to go back to it and I’m absolutely thrilled. The Basque organization was present in Denmark, they saw the fervor and I pressed them saying: you know what awaits you! For the last two years, the first week of the Tour de France has clearly been made for punchers.
It depends on the riders but next year there will be a start of punchers and that is very good. I hope we have Julian Alaphilippe, Mathieu van der Poel and Wout van Aert, of course. Not to say it can get even better, but if riders who feel limited in the high mountains but otherwise have phenomenal ability want to use the first week to get ahead in general, not just get ahead for a week, but for longer, they will have a lot to do.“
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ðŸŸ¡ðŸ—º The 110th edition of the Tour de France will start in Euskadi Basque Country
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– Great Start Basque Country 2023 (@letour_euskadi) October 25, 2022
After the Basque Pyrenees, the French Pyrenees!
As announced by the newspaper among others the office“there will be many Pyrenees in the Tour de France 2023“! We speak of course of the Pyrenees in France since in the continuity of the three days in Spain, the race will take the towards Bayonne Monday July 3 before turning the day after dax in the Landes towards nogaró in the Gers where 50 years ago Louis Ocaña won the Tour de France. Before arriving in Pau to face theThe passage of the French Pyrenees. The step of the queen? On Thursday July 6, obviously, between Tarbes and Cauterets, with the Col du Tourmalet on the menu, no doubt.
– La Dépêche Sports (@Ladepechesports) October 22, 2022
Puy-de-Dôme and Auvergne celebrate!
The last pass of Tour de France dates back to 1988… Puy-de-Dôme is therefore going to recover great loopon July 9 at the end of a 9th stage that will start from Saint-Leonard-de-Noblat in Haute-Vienne, the city where he is buried Raymond Poulidor according to registration information Mountain. Puy-de-Dôme, Clermont-Ferrand, Vulcania, Issoire… the Round will deposit your bags in Auvergne from July 9 in the afternoon to July 13 in the morning, with the first rest day of this great loop 2023 in Clermont-Ferrand.
excluded @lamontagne_fr : The Tour de France is on its way back to the top of the Puy de Dôme!
— The Mountain (@lamontagne_fr) June 24, 2022
Seven days in the Alps before returning to Paris via the Jura and the Vosges!
For the last week of this Tour de France 2023, The Dauphine Liberé announces heavy and strong seven days in the Alps with a finish at the top of the Grand Colombier Pass, July 14 ! Then a 14th stage on Saturday July 15 between annemasse Y morzine beyond Map of Col de Joux. Before facing the 19th of July during the 17th stage the terrible Col de la Lozethe “necklace that did not exist” according to Christian Prudhommethe head of Tour de France and that, therefore, it will climb again as in 2020.
Cycling. “La Loze? The pass that didn’t exist”: hell returns in the 2023 Tour de France #DauphineLibere https://t.co/OKcZpMyy9w
– The Dauphine Libéré #dauphinelibere (@ledauphine) October 24, 2022
The Grand-Ballon, the day before the finish…
The Alps past, eastbound for east Tour de France 2023 with two stages in Franche-Comté and in the Jura according to information from blue france. Before a twentieth and penultimate stage, on Saturday July 22, between Belfort Y The Markstein for him big balloon culminating at 1,424 m, the highest peak in the Vosges massif, also called the Globe Guebwiller. As for the 21st and last stage on Sunday, July 23, it will be a parade between the Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines national velodromeheadquarters of the French Cycling Federation (FFC) and where most of the cycling events of the Olympic Games of paris 2024and the Elysian Fields a Paris.
— France Bleu Belfort Montbéliard (@bleubelfort) October 24, 2022
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