Introducing the Tour de France Schedules for SportBettingAI! Get ready to immerse yourself in the exhilarating world of professional cycling as we bring you the most anticipated event of the year. 

With our comprehensive schedule, you can stay up-to-date with all the thrilling stages of this prestigious race. From the opening Grand Départ to the captivating mountain climbs and nail-biting sprint finishes, our schedules provide you with the essential information you need to make informed betting decisions. 

Gain an edge by accessing the start times, distances, and key highlights of each stage, enabling you to strategize your wagers like a pro. Don’t miss a single moment of this ultimate cycling showdown – join SportBettingAI and embrace the excitement of the Tour de France!

Tour de France Stages to follow

Longest Stage

The second stage of the Tour de France between Vitoria-Gasteiz and San Sebastián is the longest of the entire race. With 208.9km and five climbs, including the legendary Jaizkibel climb. This stage becomes the longest and one of the toughest in the Tour.

Shortest Stage

Leaving aside the 22.4km time trial from Passy to Combloux in stage 16, the last stage, number 21, with 115.1km, is the shortest of the Tour. The stage between Saint Quentin en Yvelines and the Champs Elysees is the route that serves to make the winner of the Tour cycling immortal.

Interestingly, being the shortest stage of the Tour brings to mind the famous saying “so close, yet so far.” Thus, this route becomes long for whoever is about to win the Tour.

Hardest Stage

The Tour de France attracts only the best. And what better way to prove it than with the first stage in the Basque Country. The 182km route in Bilbao, with its climbs and descents, makes it one of the toughest in the entire Tour.

The climbs on the consistently steep route in the capital of the Basque Country serve to test every top-level cyclist who feels capable of taking on the challenge of the Tour de France from the very beginning.

Tour de France Schedules FAQs

When does Tour de France last?

The 2023 Tour de France starts on July 1st  and finishes on July 23rd.

How many stages are in the race?

The Tour de France consists of 21 stages, spanning a three-week period, where cyclists compete in various terrains across Spain (Basque Country) and France.

What are the key highlights of each Tour de France stage?

Find out the crucial elements of every stage, such as iconic climbs, intermediate sprints, and potential breakaway opportunities. Stay ahead with SportBettingAI!