Tour de France 2023 Schedule, Stages, Route, Map, Length, Dates, Start Time
The 108th edition of the annual bicycling competition, Tour de France 2023 is set to take place on June 26. The current champion of Tour de France is Tadej Pogačar of UAE. Everything you need to know to watch the biggest 21-stage bicycling event, Tour de France 2023 schedule stage by stage, route, map, length of the race, dates, start time and how to watch streaming.
Last year, the prestigious event was held in August due to a covid surge but the event is returned to its traditional month of June. The Tour de France is one of the grand tours that will be held over 23 days (2,200 miles) featuring the world’s best cyclists. The prize money of Tour de France 2023 is expected to be increased, it’s not officially announced yet.
Tour de France 2023 Schedule: Stage-by-Stage
|June 26||156km (97 mi.)||Stage 1- Nice to Nice (flat)|
|June 27||187km (116 mi.)||Stage 2- Nice to Nice (mountain)|
|June 28||198km (123 mi.)||Stage 3 – Nice to Sisteron (flat)|
|June 29||157km (100 mi.)||Stage 4 – Sisteron to Orcieres-Merlette (hilly)|
|June 30||183km (114 mi.)||Stage 5 – Gap to Privas (flat)|
|July 1||191km (119 mi.)||Stage 6 – Le Teil to Mont Aigoual (hilly)|
|July 2||168km (104 mi.)||Stage 7 – Millau to Lavaur (flat)|
|July 3||140km (88 mi.)||Stage 8 – Cazeres-Sur-Garonne to Loudenvielle (mountain)|
|July 4||154km (95 mi.)||Stage 9 – Pau to Laruns (mountain)|
|July 6||170km (105 mi.)||Stage 10 – Ile D’Oleron to Ile de Re (flat)|
|July 7||167km (104 mi.)||Stage 11 – Chatelaillon-Plage to Poitiers (flat)|
|July 8||218km (135 mi.)||Stage 12 – Chauvigny to Sarran (hilly)|
|July 9||191km (119 mi.)||Stage 13 – Chatel-Guyon to Puy Mary (mountain)|
|July 10||197km (121 mi.)||Stage 14 – Clermont-Ferrand to Lyon (flat)|
|July 11||175km (108 mi.)||Stage 15 – Lyon to Grand Colombier (mountain)|
|July 12||Rest Day||Rest Day|
|July 13||164km (102 mi.)||Stage 16 – La Tour-Du-Pin to Villard-De-Lans (flat)|
|July 14||168km (106 mi.)||Stage 17 – Grenoble to Meribel (mountain)|
|July 15||168km (109 mi.)||Stage 18 – Meribel to La Roche-Sur-Foron (mountain)|
|July 16||160km (103 mi.)||Stage 19 – Bourg-En-Bresse to Champagnole (flat)|
|July 17||36km (81 mi.)||Stage 20 – Lure to La Planche Des Belles Filles (individual time trial)|
|July 18||122km (76 mi.)||Stage 21- Mantes-La-Jolie to Paris (flat)|
Tour de France 2023 Route and Length
The 108th edition of the Tour de France will be 3,470 km. The race will cover the distance between Nice and Paris. Tour de France 2023 will have four summit finishes, three hilly stages, nine flat stages and a one-time trial stage.
Tour de France 2023 Map
How to Watch Tour de France Live Streaming
Fans can watch the Tour de France 2023 live on NBC and NBC Sports. The live streaming will also be available on NBC Sports Gold, but one needs a subscription to it. Another option to watch the live-action of the race is FuboTV, which offers a free trial for a limited period of time.
Tour de France Winners List
How many miles is the Tour de France 2023?
The Tour de France 2023 is 2,162 miles long and the seventh stage is the longest out of all the stages which stretches 142 miles.