- Race Home
- Stage 1197.5km Brest - Plumelec
- Stage 2164.5km Auray - Saint Brieuc
- Stage 3208km Saint-Malo - Nantes
- Stage 429.5km Cholet - Cholet (ITT)
- Stage 5232km Cholet - Châteauroux
- Stage 6195.5km Aigurande - Super Besse
- Stage 7159km Brioude - Aurillac
- Stage 8172.5km Figeac - Toulouse
- Stage 9224km Toulouse - Bagnères de Bigorre
- Stage 10156km Pau - Hautacam
- Stage 11167.5km Lannemezan - Foix
- Stage 12168.5km Lavelanet - Narbonne
- Stage 13182km Narbonne - Nîmes
- Stage 14194.5km Nîmes - Digne les Bains
- Stage 15183km Embrun - Prato Nevoso
- Stage 16157km Cuneo - Jausiers
- Stage 17210.5km Embrun - L'Alpe d'Huez
- Stage 18196.5km Bourg d'Oisans - Saint Étienne
- Stage 19165.5km Roanne - Montluçon
- Stage 2053km Cérilly - Saint Amand Montrond (ITT)
- Stage 21143km Étampes - Paris/Champs Élysées
- Race history
Complete Live Report
12:56:00 CESTBonjour and welcome back to Cyclingnews' live coverage of the 95th Tour de France. After the time trial from two days ago, now it is up to the skinny guys to show their stuff. We are not in the high mountains yet, but the Massif Central will still offer some opportunities for the climbers to get some time gains, even if they may not be massive in the end. The 195.5 kilometres from Aigurande to Super-Besse feature two cat 4 and two cat 2 climbs
13:08:00 CESTThe current race situation mirrors yesterday. We have three Frenchmen at the front, with Sylvain Chavanel (Cofidis), Freddy Bichot (Agritubel) and Beno
- 33km remaining from 195.5km
13:10:00 CESTThe gap is growing quickly. After 33 kilometres it is already over two minutes.
13:18:00 CESTThere is a prominent guest in car number one of Tour director Christian Prudhomme today. It is Prince Albert II of Monaco, who gets a closer look at the riders. Too bad we couldn't wire him for the heart rate data! We are sure he is keen to check out how it all works. After all, the Tour starts in the principality of Monaco, which he happens to oversee.
13:24:00 CESTToday's stage finish in Super Besse is not that difficult, according to some. This is based on sprinter Djamolidine Abdoujaparov being in the front group there a dozen years ago. There is a lot at stake today and there are lots of interesting scenarios. It's best to get the full scoop from Cyclingnews' Shane Stokes, who gave today's stage a thorough preview.
- 44km remaining from 195.5km
13:26:00 CESTThe gap keeps growing. It is around the four-minute mark for three Frenchman now.