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October 27/05 9:58 am - 2006 Tour de France Route Announced

Posted by Editoress on 10/27/05

2006 Tour de France Route Unveiled

For 2006 the Tour will take an anti-clockwise route around France, with short excursions into Luxembourg, Spain, Belgium and Holland. L'Alpe d'Huez returns as a mountaintop finish - one of five mountain stages. There are also two time trial stages, but no team time trial.

July 1PrologueStrasbourg ITT7 km
July 2Stage 1Strasbourg to Strasbourg183 km
July 3Stage 2Obernai to Esch-sur-Alzette (Luxembourg)223 km
July 4Stage 3Esch-sur-Alzette to Valkenburg (Netherlands)216 km
July 5Stage 4Huy (Belgium) to Saint-Quentin215 km
July 6Stage 5Beauvais to Caen219 km
July 7Stage 6Lisieux to Vitré184 km
July 8Stage 7Saint-Grégoire to Rennes ITT52 km
July 9Stage 8Saint-Méen-le-Grand to Lorient177 km
July 10Rest DayBordeaux
July 11Stage 9Bordeaux to Dax170 km
July 12Stage 10Cambo-les-Bains to Pau193 km
July 13Stage 11Tarbes to Val d'Aran/Pla-de-Beret (Spain)208 km
July 14Stage 12Luchon to Carcassonne211 km
July 15Stage 13Béziers to Montélimar231 km
July 16Stage 14Montélimar to Gap181 km
July 17Rest DayGap
July 18Stage 15Gap to L'Alpe-d'Huez187 km
July 19Stage 16Le Bourg-d'Oisans to La Toussuire182 km
July 20Stage 17Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne to Morzine199 km
July 21Stage 18Morzine to Mâcon193 km
July 22Stage 19Le Creusot to Montceau-les-Mines ITT56 km
July 23Stage 20Antony (Parc de Sceaux) to Paris Champs-Elysées152 km


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