News and updates on the 2014 Tour de France
The 2014 Tour de France begins on 5 July with a road stage from Leeds to Harrogate, and the peloton remains in Yorkshire the following day with a stage from York to Sheffield.
The third leg of the 2014 Tour will be between Cambridge and London on July 7, before the riders proceeds to France via Eurostar.
Following the three opening stages in Yorkshire and to London, the Tour de France follows a clock-wise route via northern France and the Vosges mountains before tackling the Alps, the south of France and then the Pyrenees before ending in Paris.
The 2014 Tour ends with a triplette of mountain stages in the Pyrenees with finishes in Bagnères-de-Luchon, Saint-Lary-Soulan. Pla d’Adet and Hautacam.