Tour de France 2013


The eagerly anticipated day has arrived! The announcement of the 2013 Tour de France stages.

We are very excited, on July 5th Stage 7 from Montpellier to Albi looks like it will pass by VeloRoo’s door. So now all the final planning begins for all those people looking at following a part of the Tour on their holiday.

The stages for the 2013 Tour de France
June 29 – 1st stage – Porto-Vecchio – Bastia, 212 km
June 30 – 2nd stage – Bastia – Ajaccio, 154 km
July 1 – 3rd stage Ajaccio – Calvi, 145 km
July 2 – 4th stage Nice – Nice, 25 km (team time-trial)
July 3 – 5th stage – Cagnes-sur-Mer – Marseille, 219 km
July 4 – 6th stage – Aix-en-Provence – Montpellier, 176 km
July 5 – 7th stage – Montpellier – Albi, 205 km
July 6 – 8th stage – Castres – Ax-3 Domaines, 194 km
July 7 – 9th stage – Saint-Girons – Bagnères-de-Bigorre, 165 km
July 8 – Rest day at Saint-Nazaire
July 9 – 10th stage – Saint-Gildas-des-Bois – Saint-Malo, 193 km
July 10- 11th stage – Avranche – Mont-Saint-Michel, 33 km (Individual time-trial)
July 11- 12th stage – Fougères – Tours, 218 km
July 12- 13th stage – Tours – Saint-Amand-Montrond, 173 km
July 13- 14th étape – Saint-Pourçain-sur-Sioule – Lyon, 191 km
July 14- 15th stage – Givors – Mont Ventoux, 242 km
July 15- Rest day in the Vaucluse
July 16- 16th stage – Vaison-la-Romaine – Gap, 168 km
July 17- 17th stage – Embrun – Chorges, 32 km (Individual time-trial)
July 18- 18th stage – Gap – Alpe d’Huez, 168 km
July 19- 19th stage – Bourg-d’Oisans – Le Grand-Bornand, 204 km
July 20- 20th stage – Annecy – Annecy-Semnoz, 125 km
July 21- 21st stage – Versailles – Paris Champs-Elysées, 118 km

Posted in Cycling news

Leave a Reply

Live. Laugh. Ride.

A word from our clients

Don’t take our word for it - discover why our cycling adventurists have fallen in love with the Occitanie Region of Southern France and the VeloRoo way.

We were welcomed off the train by Julia & Steve and made to feel relaxed and well looked after from the very beginning. B&B VeloRoo chose for our stay was outstanding with the most yummy breakfasts & on occasion dinner. Made us feel like we were visiting old friends. The bikes were Cannondale and in very good condition. I needed my own seat fitted and some other changes nothing was to much trouble for Steve who not only was our ride leader but also a great bike mechanic. Our ride kits were cleaned daily by Julia whom also had the Sag Wagon ready if any of us needed a breather. The rides were picturesque with interesting facts thrown in along the way. The trips are tailored to each riders skills so no problem recommending this tour to all levels. We chose the wine and cheese tour, the meals were gourmet and the wine lovely and plenty. Would not hesitate in recommending VeloRoo to anyone wanting a well organised ride with the comforts of life added in.Took South of France Cycling Tour in Sept 2018
Currently on VeloRoo's 2018 Tour de France tour. We are having a wonderful time cycling the 'hills' of Southern France. Steve & Julia are great tour leaders. They have taken us on some great rides with spectacular scenery, found great spots to watch the TdF, and treated us to some lovely meals at local restaurants. As a small group tour they are able to provide a flexible itinerary and a personal experience that you love in a holiday!Took Tour de France Cycling Tour in July 2018