2021 Tour de France 

The Tour de France is an annual bicycle race spanning over three weeks long in France and nearby European countries. Covering over 3,500 kilometers, the 21 day-long stages will cover 23 days this upcoming year starting Saturday June 26th until Sunday July 18th. With an expectation of 23 teams this year, the competition is fierce. 

The cyclists will begin the first day in Brest, Belarus and journey 197.8 km to Landerneau, France. The route, which changes yearly, consists of varying scenery and terrain. Ranging from “hilly” to “flat” and mountain ranges, the cyclists will travel through picturesque landscapes. These include but are not limited to the French Alps and a debut of the first ever climb of the la Signal d'Uchon in Morvan.
Riders will only get two rest days, the first in Tignes, France on July 5th. Cyclists will enjoy the atmosphere of the high-altitude ski resorts with an average elevation of 1,810 meters. The second rest day is a week later on July 12th in Andorre. A small country situation between France and Spain. Cyclists will end their expedition in Paris riding a total of 108.4 km the final day.
In France, a total of 9 regions out of the 18 will be visited. Additionally, ten new stages, cities, or sites will be added to this year's race. Keep an eye on your favorite teams and competitors and stay up to date with race information on letour.fr. The site includes 2021 rankings and times of this year's competitors.