TeaThe Tour de France is returning on 1 July and will start in Copenhagen, marking its northernmost start so far.
Four mountain ranges will be crossed during the event, the Vosges, the Alps, the Massif Central and the Pyrenees.
Six flat stages, seven hill stages and six high mountain stages, with five mountain finishes and two individual time trials make up a route of more than 3,200 km that culminates with a traditional ride along the Champs Elysees in Paris on 24 July.
The peloton will climb lower mountain passes than in the previous edition, which ended with a Slovenian victory. Tadej PogakarBut the fight against the clock will have more mountain finishes and similar mileage.
In addition to Slovenian, primoz roglik, Jonas Wingguard, Enrique Morey, Alexander Vlasov, Daniel Phillip Martinez And nairo quintana The final is seen as the favorite to win.
PogakarJoe will be looking for his third consecutive Tour de France win in the race for the UAE team and is therefore the clear favourite.
Last year was his closest challenger wingguard, The 24-year-old Dane was particularly impressive at Mont Ventoux last year.
pathological After winning three Vuelta a Espaa, also considered correct in the picture. This could be his last chance to win the Tour de France.
choice of plus, vlasov, Ben O’Connor And Martinez All are in the hunt and there are great teams all around who will be aiming to help their partner make history with their first Tour de France win.
Having recently finished fourth at the Giro d’Italia, vlasov Of Sack The team is definitely one to keep an eye on.