The route Running from Saturday July 3rd to Sunday July 25th 2011, the 97th Tour de France will be made up of 1 prologue and 20 stages and will cover a total distance of 3,600 kilometres. The winner of the prologue will wear world-famous yellow Jersey to start this years Tour De France. The prologue is an individual time-trial that will start from Zuidplein, on the south bank of Rotterdam.
The prologue is back, having been absent from the programme since London (2007). As a reminder, the first foreign start of Le Tour took place in the Netherlands, in Amsterdam in 1954. This time, we will be setting off from Rotterdam. The route of this prologue through the city centre over the Erasmus Bridge can be compared to a long pursuit race. It will probably be won by a specialist, such as Bradley Wiggins or Fabian Cancellara. More 2011 Tour de France
2011 will mark 100 years since the French Pyrénées were first used by Tour de France.
These stages have the following profiles:
Distinctive aspects of the race
|Tour de France Stages|
|Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3||Stage 4||Stage 5|
|Stage 6||Stage 7||Stage 8||Stage 9||Stage 10|
|Stage 11||Stage 12||Stage 13||Stage 14||Stage 15|
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