The 2017 Tour de France will begin this Saturday 1 July in Düsseldorf, Germany, and reach its conclusion just over three weeks later, on Sunday 23 July, in Paris, France. This will be the 104th edition of the world’s most famous multi-stage cycling race, and defending champion Chris Froome will be hoping to win it for the fourth time in his career.
The 100th edition of the Giro d’Italia multi-stage cycling tournament, which is one of the highlights of the professional cycling calendar, will get underway this Friday 5 May.
The 2016 Vuelta a España starts on Saturday, giving fans everywhere one last chance to get stuck into a Grand Tour before the road cycling season starts winding down.
The first mountain time trial in 12 years beckons to the peloton during Stage 18 of the 2016 Tour de France; the last time such a stage was held was in 2004, when the riders went up the Alpe d’Huez.
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