Riders continue to launch themselves up and down mountain roads in the Alps and Pyrenees.
On every stage, another type of tour travels along the roads of France – a caravan of around 180 corporate advertising vehicles
Sunday 26 July heralds the last stage of the 2015 Tour de France.
From 22 to 25 July, it’s the turn of the Alps and its legendary passes to take centre-stage, as the Tour travels from Digne-les-Bains to Alpe d’Huez.
On 17 July, riders will leave the Pyrenees and head to the Alps.
The day before Bastille Day on 14 July, the 2015 Tour will take up residence in the Pyrenees for three stages in southwest France.
From Normandy, it is the turn of Brittany to share the excitement of the Tour de France.
Once it leaves the Netherlands, the peloton will cross Belgium before reaching France’s Nord Pas de Calais region.
For the 21st time in its history, the Tour de France will be starting outside the country, and this year it is the turn of the Netherlands, and the city of Utrecht.
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