Pubblicato il 15 May 2024 da Redazione in Events, Italy and Monaco, Nice

Tour de France 2024: it will start from Italy

Cycling and Passion: The Tour de France 2024 kicks off from Florence and triumphantly arrives in Nice
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Tour de France 2024 

This year, the historic French cycling race will start from Italy, more precisely from Florence, on Saturday, June 29th.

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The cyclists will then ride through Emilia Romagna, arriving in Piedmont in Turin on July 1st.

The final stage is in Nice where the tour will end.

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For detailed information and tickets, visit the official website: https://www.letour.fr/en


Information about the Tour de France

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The Tour de France, also known as the Tour or the Grande Boucle, represents the pinnacle of men’s stage cycling in the world of road cycling.

Conceived by Henri Desgrange, it is considered the most prestigious of the three Grand Tours and one of the most significant sporting events worldwide, included in the UCI World Tour professional calendar.

Since its debut in 1903, with the exception of the periods during the two world wars, the Tour has been held annually in July, covering a unique route of about three weeks through France and neighboring countries. Although the starting point changes each time, tradition sees the final arrival in Paris along the Champs-Élysées. The organization of the race is managed by the Société du Tour de France, a subsidiary of the Amaury Sport Organisation, which is part of the media group L’Équipe.

The record for victories is held by four riders, each with five wins: Jacques Anquetil, from 1957 to 1964; Eddy Merckx, from 1969 to 1974; Bernard Hinault, from 1978 to 1985; and Miguel Indurain, from 1991 to 1995, the latter being the only one in history to win for five consecutive years.

In parallel with the men’s Tour, from 1984 to 1993, a women’s Tour de France was also organized, characterized by shorter routes and stages.


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