Tour de France 2019 Live Stream Online

Tour de France 2019 Live Stream Online

27 de July de 2019 0 By admin

The 2019 Tour de France will be the 106th edition of the Tour de France, one of cycling’s three grand tours. The start of the 2019 Tour (known as the Grand Départ) will be in Brussels in honour of the 50th anniversary of the first Tour de France win of Eddy Merckx. It will be the second time the Grand Depart will take place in Brussels and will be the fifth Belgian Grand Depart. The Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO) presented the Grand Depart in a special conference in January 2018. The opening stage will visit Charleroi and loop back to Brussels, to connect the regions of Flanders and Wallonia in a stage.

The 100th anniversary of the yellow jersey will be celebrated on 19 July. Throughout the race, an individual jersey design will be issued for each day’s race leader

Tour de France 2019 route: stage-by-stage

The 2019 Tour de France will start on Saturday July 6th in Brussels, Belgium.

Click links for guides to the regions and towns in France through which the tour will pass. All stages now confirmed.

Stage Date Day’s route (towns, regions) and terrain Length in Km.
1st stage Sat 6th July Brussels – Charleroi – Brussels  (Belgium) 192
2nd Stage Sun 7 July Time trials – Brussels  (Belgium) 27
3rd Stage Mon 8 July Binche (Belgium) to Epernay (Champagne) 214
4th stage Tues.9th July Reims (Champagne) to Nancy (Lorraine) 215
5th stage Wed 10th July Saint Dié des Vosges (Lorraine) to Colmar (Alsace) 169
6th stage Thurs 11 th July Mulhouse (Alsace) to Planche des Belles filles (Franche-Comté) 157
7th stage Fri 12th July Belfort (Franche-Comté) to Châlon sur Saône (Burgundy) 230
8th stage Sat 13th July Macon (Burgundy) to Saint-Etienne (Rhône-Alpes) 199
9th stage Sun 14th July Saint-Etienne to Brioude  (Auvergne) 170
Rest day Mon 15th July Saint-Flour (Auvergne) to Albi (Midi-Pyrénées) 218
10th stage Tues 16th July Rest day  Albi
11th stage Wed 17th July Albi to Toulouse    (Midi-Pyrenées) 167
12th stage Thur 18th July Toulouse to Bagnères  (Midi-Pyrénées) 202
13th stage Friday 19th July Time trials – Pau  (Aquitaine) 27
14th stage Sat. 20th July Tarbes to Col du Tourmalet (Midi-Pyrénées) 117
15th stage Sun 21st July Limoux to Foix (Languedoc) 185
Rest day Mon 22nd July Rest day –  Nimes
16th stage Tue 23rd July Around Nimes 177
17th stage Wed 24th July Pont du Gard (Languedoc) to Gap (Alpes) 206
18th stage Thur 25th July Embrun (Alpes) to Valloire (Rhône-Alpes) 207
19th stage Fri 26th July Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne to Tignes  (Rhône-Alpes) 123
20th stage Sat 27th  July Albertville to Val-Thorens  (Rhône-Alpes) 131
21st Stage Sun 28th July Rambouillet to  Paris – Champs Elysées 127