The 2016 Tour de France continues its southerly march through France with a long and very difficult 216-kilometer race from Limoges to the ski resort at Le Lioran in the Massif Central.
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The 2016 Tour de France continues to head toward the south of France with a generally flat 232-kilometer race from Saumur to Limoges.
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The 198 riders in Tour de France head south out of Normandy on a long and challenging 222-kilometer stage from Granville to Angers.
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The 2016 Tour de France continues its trek through Normandy with a challenging 182-kilometer race from Saint-Lô to Cherbourg-Octeville.
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The 2016 Tour de France gets underway in unusual fashion with a mass-start 188-kilometer race from the Unesco World Heritage site at Mont Saint-Michel and travels north along the coast of Normandy to the historic Utah Beach at Sainte-Marie-du-Mont.
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The tumultuous three-week ride that has been the 2016 Giro d’Italia comes to an end with a largely ceremonial 163-kilometer ride from Cueno to Tornino in Northwestern Italy.
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After Friday’s decisive stage, the outcome of the 2016 Giro d’Italia is far from certain. The 20th stage of Italy’s three-week national tour takes riders on a short, but brutal 134-kilometer from Guillestre in the French Alps and back into Italy with a finish at Sant’Anna di Vinadio.
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The 2016 Giro d’Italia heads back into the mountains with a tough 162-kilometer race from Pinerolo, Italy, to the French Alpine ski resort at Risoul.
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Riders in the 2016 Giro d’Italia take on the longest stage of this year’s edition with a 244-kilometer race from Muggiò to Pinerolo, southwest of Turin on the river Chisone.
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The pack is on the way of the 17th Stage of Giro d’Italia from Molveno to Cassano D’Adda, 25 May 2016. ANSA/CLAUDIO PERI
The Giro d’Italia heads west across Northern Italy, offering up a largely flat 196-kilometer race from Molveno to Cassano d’Adda, near Milan.
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