The route of the 2011 Tour de France The 98th Tour de France set off on July 2nd from Passage du Gois, in the Vendée, a tidal causeway to the Island of Noirmoutier; this year's route then takes cyclists and their teams through Britanny, Normandy, the Loire Valley, the Centre, Auvergne and the Midi Pyrenees, before crossing to the Alps and heading slowly back north.
The 2011 Tour de France will celebrate 100 years in the Alps on a route best suited to climbers, with Col du Galibier making two appearances in two days. The 2011 Tour de France route. Map: www.letour.fr The 2011 Tour de France will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the arrival of the Tour in the Alps with a showcase of mountain cycling.
In less than a week the Tour de France 2011 will start in the Vendée region for 3,430.5 kilometers in 21 stages. The 98th edition of the Grande Boucle will cross through France and pay a short visit to Italy before the usual finish on the Champs-Elysées in Paris. In this article you'll find all details about the Tour de France 2011 race route with the maps in Google Maps, the stage profiles ...
Jul 24, 2011 · 2011 Tour de France 98th edition: July 2 - July 24, 2011 Results, maps, stages with running GC, photos and startlist with backnumbers. 2010 Tour 2012 Tour Tour de France database 2011 route summary Teams Startlist with backnumbers Final Complete 2011 Tour GC. Results with photos, stage maps and profiles: