The Official Tour de France guide will provide you with the best coverage on the world’s most spectacular free sporting event.
With the Tour’s 2007 Grand Depart taking place in London for the first time, we will report on this exciting weekend in the capital, which will include the opening ceremony, the prologue, and the first stage from London to Canterbury. London’s Mayor, Ken Livingstone talks about how he hopes the Tour’s visit will encourage more Londoners to get on their bikes, not only to boost cycling but to protect the environment as well.
The Tour’s new race director Christian Prudhomme talks about his hopes on revitalising the 2007 event from the scandals of last year, and starting the race in one of the most iconic cities in the world.
Full stage details
Whether you will be in London to watch the historic start, heading to the mountains or watching from the comfort of your own home, the Guide will allow you to follow the entire race with full stage details, including maps and itineraries.
The guide will also bring you an exclusive in-depth route analysis from Tour competition director Jean-François Pescheux. If you will be crossing the Channel to watch the race and want to know the best viewing spots, don’t miss our feature on the top 10 places to watch the Tour.
Who will win the 94th Tour’s yellow jersey?
The Guide will feature profiles of all the contenders, including race favourites Oscar Pereiro, Alexandre Vinokourov and Alejandro Valverde. Tour legend Bernard Hinault provides expert analysis of the 20 teams taking part this year.
Home-grown potential prologue winner Bradley Wiggins gives an exclusive interview on what the 2007 race means to him, and how he has been promoting this year’s Tour to help raise the profile of road cycling in Britain.
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The UK’s Official Tour de France programme is the ONLY UK magazine authorised by the Paris-based Tour organisation and is the ONLY UK magazine containing all the correct details of every stage, every rider and every team that will be racing in this year’s Tour.
The Official Tour de France programme will be on sale in all good newsagents from June 7.
To order your copy now, please click hereor call 0870 837 4722 for UK orders or +44 1858 438794 for rest of world orders.