Pedal to the Metal for the Final Stage
Stage 6, July 19
You’ve seen this route on TV. Usually with pros, sipping champagne during a slow, celebratory pedal. This mostly flat circuit is a precise GPS match of the finishing circuit of the Tour de France. With short laps of only about 4 miles (6.6 km), this route is mostly flat, except for one underpass. Each lap is 4.1 miles (6.6 km). Racers will complete six laps. Points locations? Eight in all: Sprint (Laps 1–6) as well as Finish (GC & Sprint Points). Vive Le Virtual Tour de France!
Virtual Tour de France Stages
Virtual Tour de France Highlights
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The best way to follow the Virtual Tour de France? Zwift’s RaceView. All the information from current standings to live race action is there. Each week, you can toggle between team and rider view and track where the riders are on the map in real-time.