TdF Stage 14

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Ted King


Omega Pharma-Quick Step

Niki Terpstra


Orica Green Edge

Simon Yates

Team Sky

Team Sky

David Lopez


Stage 1 – July 5

Route: Leeds / Harrogate
Distance: 190.5 km
Elevation gain: 2,801 m
Notable Strava segments:
Cote de Cray
Cote de Buttertubs
Côte de Grinton Moor


Stage 2 – July 6

Route: York / Sheffield
Distance: 201 km
Elevation gain: 4,061 m
Notable Strava segments:
Kex Gill Climb
Cock Hill from Shaw Lane
Ripponden to Barkisland Climb
Jaw Bone Climb
Jenkins Road Official


Stage 3 – July 7

Route: Cambridge / London
Distance: 155 km
Elevation gain: 1,315 m
Notable Strava segments:
North Weald to Epping
Southwark to Limehouse Link


Stage 4 – July 8

Route: Le Touquet-Paris-Plage / Lille Métropole
Distance: 163.5 km
Elevation gain: 1,618 m
Notable Strava segments:
Côte de Bimont
Mont Noir (St-Jans-Cappel)


Stage 5 – July 9

Route: Ypres / Arenberg Porte du Hainaut
Distance: 155.5 km
Elevation gain: 874 m
Notable Strava segments:
Meensesteenweg Climb


Stage 6 – July 10

Route: Arras / Reims
Distance: 194 km
Elevation gain: 1,699 m
Notable Strava segments:
Côte Roucy
Côte de la Porte de Soissons plus


Stage 7- July 11

Route: Épernay / Nancy
Distance: 234.5 km
Elevation gain: 2,405 m
Notable Strava segments:
Côte de Maron
Rue Gustave Charpentier Climb


Stage 8 – July 12

Route: Tomblaine / Gérardmer La Mauselaine
Distance: 161 km
Elevation gain: 2,468 m
Notable Strava segments:
Traverse de la Roche à la Bresse
montèe la mauselaine (par ch de la mauselaine)


Stage 9 – July 13

Route: Gérardmer / Mulhouse
Distance: 170 km
Elevation gain: 4,127 m
Notable Strava segments:
Col de Schluct
couvent Saint March
Le Markstein
Rue de Mulhouse Climb

TDF 11

Stage 11 – July 16

Route: Besançon / Oyonnax
Distance: 187.5 km
Elevation gain: 3,206 m
Notable Strava segments:
Côte de Rogna
D63 Climb

TDF 12

Stage 12 – July 17

Route: Bourg-en-Bresse / Saint-Étienne
Distance: 185.5 km
Elevation gain: 3,164 m
Notable Strava segments:
La maladiere to Saule d’oingt
Col des Brosse montèe

TDF 13

Stage 13 – July 18

Route: Saint-Étienne / Chamrousse
Distance: 197.5 km
Elevation gain: 4,769 m
Notable Strava segments:
Col de Palaquit (depuis le pont de Vence)
rond point du golf / rond point de chamrousse

TDF 14

Stage 14 – July 19

Route: Grenoble / Risoul
Distance: 177 km
Elevation gain: 5,662 m
Notable Strava segments:
Lauteret from the lake
Col d’Izoard from Briancon to snow level
9 kms de Risoul

TDF 15

Stage 15 – July 20

Route: Tallard / Nîmes
Distance: 222 km
Elevation gain: 2,126 m
Notable Strava segments:

TDF 161

Stage 16 – July 22

Route: Carcassonne / Bagnères-de-Luchon
Distance: 237.5 km
Elevation gain: 4,715 m
Notable Strava segments:
Col de Portet d’Aspet (St Lary)
Col des Ares Time Trial Course
Port Bales “Le defi Ociitan”

TDF 17

Stage 17 – July 23

Route: Saint-Gaudens / Saint-Lary Pla d’Adet
Distance: 124.5 km
Elevation gain: 3,920 m
Notable Strava segments:
Pla d’Adet Actual

TDF 18

Stage 18 – July 24

Route: Pau / Hautacam
Distance: 145.5 km
Elevation gain: 4,506 m
Notable Strava segments:
Tourmalet (Maria de campan…)

TDF 19

Stage 19 – July 25

Route: Maubourguet Pays du Val d’Adour / Bergerac
Distance: 208.5 km
Elevation gain: 2,031 m
Notable Strava segments:

TDF 20

Stage 20 – July 26

Route: Bergerac / Périgueux
Distance: 54 km
Elevation gain: 721 m
Notable Strava segments:

TDF 21

Stage 21 – July 27

Évry / Paris Champs-Élysées
Distance: 137.5 km
Elevation gain: 2,175 m
Notable Strava segments:
Côte de Briis sous forges

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