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Stage seven sees the Tour spend a second day in France's Massif Central. Despite being on of the...
Stage seven sees the Tour spend a second day in France's Massif Central. Despite being on of the shortest stages of the race, this will be no easy day for the peloton. Like the previous stage, today's course will be nervous as it traverses the twisting and rolling roads of this part of the country. There will be very little flat riding all day, but the main obstacle will be the second category Pas de Peyrol (Puy Mary) with 42 kilometres remaining.
The historic city of Brioude is another of this year's first time stage towns, but Aurillac has been visited six times before. The last time the Tour finished here was 1985, and the 237.5-kilometre stage from Saint-Étienne was won by Spain's Eduardo Chozas. Race leader Bernard Hinault had crashed in the sprint on the previous stage and was riding to his fifth overall victory with a fractured nose.