2018 tour picks its winners

The 2018 Tour de France route is split into two distinct north and south legs

Each year some 200 communes apply to be Tour de France stops, but only 30-40 are chosen

The official route for the 2018 Tour de France has been revealed and will cover two major sections.

Starting in the west in Vendée it will travel anti-clockwise to the north, before recommencing at Annecy and tracking south west to the Pyrenees. Riders then fly back up to Paris to complete the final stretch.

Each year some 200 communes apply to become ...

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