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The Tour de France is an annual multiple stage bicycle race primarily held in France, while also occasionally making passes through nearby countries. The race ...

Tour de France 2016


Tour de France 2016 - Official site of the famed race from the Tour de France. Includes route, riders, teams, and coverage of past Tours.

2016 Route - Sporting aspects, stage cities - Tour de France 2016


Winner of his third Tour de France, Chris Froome wore the Yellow Jersey in controlling the competition beginning at the Bagnères-de-Luchon stage just until the ...

Tour de France 2016 | Cyclingnews.com


Tour de France 2016 live coverage, including news, results, stage reports, photos , podcasts and expert analysis.

Tour de France 2016: Stage 21 Results | Cyclingnews.com


Jul 25, 2016 ... Chris Froome cruised to the overall victory in the Tour de France for the third time in his career, enjoying a sunny and uneventful final stage to ...

2016 Tour de France Live Video, Route, Results, Photos, Previews ...


Chris FROOME (SKY) has now donned over 40 Yellow Jerseys in his career and after another impressive TT ride on Stage 18 he was on track to win the 2016 ...

Tour de France | Bicycling


Celebrate the Tour de France with Bicycling's expert stage previews, reviews of the fastest Tour bikes and gear, TV schedules, pro analysis, rider profiles, videos  ...

Watch Stage 18 of Tour de France on NBC Sports Gold


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Tour de France | Sport | The Guardian


2 days ago ... La Course 2016 by Le Tour de France – as it happened! .... Tour de France 2016: Romain Bardet wins stage as Froome survives crash.

2016 Tour de France | VeloNews.com


Every year I spend this final week of June resolving to maintain a normal life during the Tour de France. I tell myself that I won't neglect work and personal ...

[toor-duh-frans, -frahns; French toor-duh-frahns]
a bicycle touring race, held over a period of 21 days: it covers about 2500 miles (4000 km) in France, Belgium, Italy, Germany, Spain, and Switzerland.
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