The 2023 Tour de France will be the 109th edition of the annual men’s road bicycle race. It will take place from 1 to 23 July 2023, starting in Bilbao, Spain, and finishing in Paris, France. The race will cover a total distance of 3,410 kilometers (2,120 mi). It will visit six regions and 23 departments in France. The 2023 Tour de France will be one of the most challenging editions of the race in recent years.

The course includes several major climbs and features new and challenging time trial courses. The 2023 Tour de France is expected to be a closely contested race. The defending champion, Tadej Pogačar, will be the favorite to win. This article will provide all the exciting insights and details about The 2023 Tour de France.

This article will provide all the exciting insights and details about Everything You Need To Know About 2023 Tour De France.

Tour De France Event Details

  • Date: July 1 – July 23, 2023
  • Distance: 3,404 kilometers (2,115 miles)
  • Number of stages: 21
  • Start location: Bilbao, Spain
  • Finish location: Paris
  • Previous winner: Jonas Vingegaard (Den) Jumbo-Visma
  • Free Streaming: ITV, RTBF

Tour de France 2023 Schedule

Tour de France 2023 Schedule
StageStartFinishDistance (km)TimeTerrain
2Vitoria-GasteizSan Sebastián20902:00Hilly
4DaxNogaro Circuit18202:00Flat
7Mont de MarsanBordeaux17002:00Flat
9Saint-Léonard-de-NoblatPuy de Dôme18402:00Mountainous
10Parc VulcaniaIssoire16702:00Hilly
11Clermont FerrandMoulins18002:00Flat
13Châtillon-Sur-ChalaronneGrand Colombier13802:00Mountainous
15Les GetsSaint Gervais18002:00Mountainous
16PassyCombloux2202:00Individual time trial
17Saint GervaisCourchevel16602:00Mountainous
18MoutiersBourg en Bresse18602:00Flat
20BelfortLe Markstein13302:00Mountainous
21Saint-Quentin-en-YvelinesParis Champs-Élysées11502:00Flat

Broadcasters List & How to Watch Tour de France Live Online

The Tour de France is broadcasted by several broadcasters in different European countries, enabling viewers to enjoy the race across the continent. Here is a list of the Tour de France broadcasters in various countries:

  • France: France Televisions
  • Europe: Eurosport
  • Europe: GCN
  • Belgium: RTBF
  • Belgium: VRT
  • Czech Republic: Czech TV
  • Norway: TV2 Norway
  • Spain: RTVE
  • Ireland: TG4
  • Italy: RAI
  • Luxembourg: RTL
  • Netherlands: NOS
  • Denmark: DKTV2
  • Portugal: RTP
  • Slovakia: RTVS
  • Slovenia: RTV Slovenija
  • Switzerland: SRG-SSR
  • United Kingdom: ITV
  • Wales: S4C

Those outside the designated broadcast territories can watch via a VPN service like ExpressVPN to stream the matches from their preferred geo-locations.

Tour de France Prize Money

A total of 2,3 million euros will be awarded to the teams and riders, including € 500,000 to the final winner of the overall individual classification.

Tour de France 2023 Stages

Stage TypeStage Name
FlatEight Flat Stages
HillyFour Hilly Stages
MountainEight Mountain Stages
IndividualOne Individual Time Trial
Summit FinishCauterets-Cambasque
Summit FinishPuy de Dôme
Summit FinishGrand Colombier
Summit FinishSaint-Gervais Mont-Blanc

Route Of 2023 Tour de France

Route Of 2023 Tour de France

The upcoming Tour de France will take on the renowned mountain massifs of Pyrenees, Massif Central, Jura, Alps, and Vosges. Additionally, cyclists eagerly anticipate the return of Puy de Dôme after 35 years, and the challenging Col de la Loze, known as the “roof” of the Tour at 2,304m.

Also Read: TOUR DE FRANCE 2023 Schedule: Route,Stages, and Prize Money

Teams Participating in Tour de France 2023

For the 2023 Tour de France, 22 teams will participate. Among them, 18 teams belong to the WorldTour category, two are the highest-ranked second-division teams, and two additional teams were selected as discretionary wild-card entries.

The teams that qualified as the top ProTeams in 2022 and secured their spots in the 2023 Tour de France are Lotto Soudal and TotalEnergies. Israel-Premier Tech and Uno-X were also chosen as the two wild-card teams for this year’s Tour de France.

  • Ag2r Citroën Team
  • Alpecin-Deceuninck
  • Astana Qazaqstan Team
  • Bahrain Victorious
  • Bora-Hansgrohe
  • Cofidis
  • EF Education-Easypost
  • Groupama-FDJ
  • Ineos Grenadiers
  • Intermarché-Circus-Wanty
  • Israel-Premier Tech
  • Jumbo-Visma
  • Lotto Dstny
  • Movistar Team
  • Soudal Quick-Step
  • Team Arkéa-Samsic
  • Team DSM
  • Team Jayco-Alula
  • TotalEnergies
  • Trek-Segafredo
  • UAE Team Emirates
  • Uno-X Pro Cycling Team

Key Riders to Watch in the Tour de France 2023

Key Riders to Watch in the Tour de France 2023

The Tour de France 2023 will feature many key riders expected to leave a lasting impact on the race. Tadej Pogačar from UAE Team Emirates, Primož Roglič and Jonas Vingegaard from Jumbo-Visma, Egan Bernal and Richard Carapaz from Ineos Grenadiers, and Julian Alaphilippe from Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl are among the standout contenders. These riders have demonstrated exceptional skills and determination in previous races, making them formidable competitors in the Tour de France 2023.

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