Touring leaderboard of the year for 2016.
The Tour de France will take place in France in 2021.
The winner of the Tour de Yorkshire will take part in the World Championships in Switzerland in 2021, and the Tour of Britain in 2024.
The world’s most prestigious race in the world will be staged in New Zealand in 2023, with the race being the first of a string of editions to take place on the islands of New Zealand.
The 2018 Tour of Turkey will see riders from all around the world compete in the Tour Down Under.
Australia’s first ever Tour de Britain will take the field in 2019.
Tour de France: All you need to knowThe Tour of Flanders was the most successful and prestigious race on the calendar in 2019, with some of the biggest names in cycling all competing.
The top 10 riders of the past decade were all from the French region of North Africa, where the Tour is based.
It was also the year the Tour was won by a German, the race was won in front of a crowd of just over 300 people, and it was won on the opening stage.
Tour of Turkey: What you need nowThe Tour’s traditional stage races were the Tour De France, the Tour Cycliste de France, and a bunch sprint.
Tour De France: Who’s who in the field?
The field includes riders from both the traditional stage and the cycliste de france and is made up of the following:Simon Gerrans (BMC), Tom Dumoulin (Lotto-Belisol), Greg Van Avermaet (Lampre-Merida), Romain Bardet (AG2R La Mondiale), Thomas De Gendt (AG1R La Pomme), Alexander Kristoff (Katusha), Daniel Martin (Liquigas-Cannondale), Thomas Voeckler (Omega Pharma-QuickStep), Fabian Cancellara (Lunar Pro Cycling), Michael Matthews (RadioShack-Nissan), Thibaut Pinot (Bauke Mollema), Simon Gerrans, and Michal Kwiatkowski.
The race is a race that is almost exclusively played on the streets of Paris, with one race in particular, the city’s infamous “pêche de la mort” the capital’s largest annual celebration of the sport.
Tour is a sport that has been around for over a century, but the first event was held in London in 1762.
In 2015, the British Olympic Association took a step forward in creating the first ever professional sport in the UK.
It was the first professional sport to be staged on a professional scale, and is currently the oldest professional sports competition in the country.
The event was the catalyst for the creation of the UK’s first Paralympic Games in 2020.
The first time the peloton of the Olympic Games took part in a race was in 1896.
In addition to the Tour, there are seven major events on the Tour calendar: the Ardennes, Côte d’Ivoire, the Pyrenees, the Giro d’Italia, the Vuelta a España, the Ardôme, and an overall road race.
A new year begins in 2021The Tour starts in 2021 with the Vuennées, followed by the Tour du Sud, the Dauphine and the Génie, with a final round in Paris for the Ardême.
The Tour de Suisse starts in 2024 and is followed by La Tour in 2026.
The Vuelta starts in 2020 and finishes in 2021 in the Alps, with four more grand tours.
The Paris-Nice, the Volta a Catalunya, and Paris-Roubaix are the most prestigious races in the calendar, while the Tour d’Isère and the Volte de France are the two more low profile editions.
Tour to win the Tour title: What’s in store in 2021Tour de l’Ouest: What to know before the Tour starts