July 22, 2012; Paris, FRANCE; Bradley Wiggins (GBR), in yellow, and Mark Cavendish (GBR) during stage twenty of the 2012 Tour de France in Paris. Mandatory Credit: Frederic Mons/Presse Sports via USA TODAY Sports

Tour de France 2013: Route Info

The 100th running of the Tour de France kicks off on Saturday afternoon with the first stage from Porto-Vecchio. The race lasts a total of 21 stages and 23 days, in one of the most grueling athletic events on the planet.

Cyclists continue to push themselves to the limits, and it is inspiring to see the athletes give it their all, stage after stage.

For those looking to find a complete breakdown of the stage by stage running of the event, you came to the right spot.

If you are looking for a complete breakdown of the stages, we’ve got you covered:

  • Porto-Vecchio (start of 1st stage)
  • Bastia (end of 1st stage and start of 2nd stage)
  • Ajaccio (end of 2nd stage and start of 3rd stage)
  • Calvi (end of 3rd stage)
  • Cagnes-sur-Mer (start of 5th stage)
  • Saint-Gildas-des-Bois (start of 10thstage)
  • Saint-Pourçain-sur-Sioule (start of 14th stage)
  • Givors (start of 15th stage)
  • Chorges (end of 17th stage)
  • Annecy-Semnoz (end of 20th stage)

Here is a map of the route info:

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