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Tour magazine 2021 race guide available now

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Tour magazine 2021

Tour magazine – the 2021 race guide (Image credit: Future)
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Tour magazine 2021

Tour edition with free yellow jersey-themed socks (Image credit: Future)
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Tour magazine 2021

Tour Premium edition – with three pairs of Tour-themed socks and a keyring (Image credit: Future)
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Tour magazine 2021

Tour Collector's Edition – with a bookazine and historical Tour de France art prints (Image credit: Future)

The Giro d'Italia may be still ongoing but the Tour de France isn't far away, kicking off with a Grand Départ in Brittany on June 26. Tour magazine – the ultimate guide to the Tour de France – is available for purchase now as we look forward to the biggest race of the year.

The one-off special edition guide features 172 pages of content, features, photography and previews ahead of the Grand Boucle, and comes in three separate editions which include free gifts mounted on the cover.

There's a full walkthrough of the 2021 Tour route, including stage maps and profiles, as well as expert analysis and television information. There are also contributions from some of the world's leading cycling writers and photographers, including exclusive archive images.

The magazine also features the world's leading riders and 2021 Tour contenders, including 2020 winner Tadej Pogačar, runner-up Primož Roglič, past winners Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas, and green jersey winners Sam Bennett and Peter Sagan.

The regular Tour edition of the magazine comes with a free pair of yellow Tour de France-themed socks. Click here to order for £8.99.

The Tour Premium edition includes additional gifts – three pairs of Tour de France-themed socks in the colours of the yellow, green, and polka-dot jerseys, and a bottle opener keyring. Click here to order for £12.99.

Finally, the Tour Collector's Edition comes with a Procycling Tour Collection bookazine as well as a set of four limited-edition Tour de France art prints from the CyclingWeekly archives. Click here to order for £15.99.