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2018 Tour de France Route Rumours.

The 2018 Tour de France will start in the Vendée region in western France. The race should then proceed north to Brittany, where it will use some of the dirt roads featured in Tro-Bro Léon. There should also be an uphill finish on Mûr-de-Bretagne.  It will then cross France towards Roubaix where some pava will be encountered. Than a transfer to the Alps for week 2 and the Pyrenées in the last week, finishing in Paris on Sunday 29th July 2018.





 Stage Type



 Saturday 7th July 2018NoirmoutierFontenay le comte


Sunday 8th July 2018MouilleronsLa Roche sur Yon


 Monday 9th July 2018CholetCholet TTT 35 km


 Tuesday 10th July 2018La BauleSarzeau


 Wednesday 11th July 2018 Lorient La Pointe du Raz


 Thursday 12th July 2018 Brest Mûr-de-Bretagne


 Friday 13th July 2018 FougèresAlençon


 Saturday 14th July 2018 DreuxAmiens


 Sunday 15th July 2018Rethondes – Wagon de l’ArmisticeRoubaix


 Monday 16th July 2018 Aix-les-Bains Aix-les-Bains


Tuesday 17th July 2018 Aix-les-Bains


 Wednesday 18th July 2018 L’alpe d’Huez???


 Thursday 19th July 2018 Valence


 Friday 20th July 2018 Valence


 Saturday 21st July 2018 Mende


 Sunday 22nd July 2018 Millau Carcassonne


 Monday 23rd July 2018 Carcassonne Carcassonne


  Tuesday 24th July 2018Carcassonne Luchon


 Wednesday 25th July 2018 Pyrénées Pyrénées


 Thursday 26th July 2018 Pyrénées Pyrénées


 Friday 27th July 2018 Pau


 Saturday 28th July 2018GirondeGironde ITT


 Sunday 29th July 2018Paris


  1. Eloise says:

    Your dates are a little out of whack. You have two 5th July which means that Bastille Day is on the wrong day and you miss 21st July!

  2. Shaun says:

    I have good info that 2018 will feature Time trial on Alpe D Huez. You heard it here first!

  3. Steve says:

    it starts 30th June so your dates are completely out

  4. Mendip5000 says:

    Ah – hardly a day gone by and some one seems to have a strong idea

    • velopeloton says:

      Interesting, but hardly accurate. The basic outline of the route is about right. Col du Béal I have heard mentioned several times. l’Alpe d’Huez, yes. Ventoux?

      In the Pyrenees a return to Superbagnéres has been rumoured for the last 2 years. I think there is a lot of support for that from the local politicians who control the purse strings. After that, Luchon to Pau, a classic route followed by Pau to a mountain top finish in Vallee des Gaves (Hautacam, Luz Ardiden, Couraduque, Gavernie?).

      Bordeaux will host the Tall Ships at the end of June 2018. The mayor has said there is no money for Le Tour but that he would like it in 2019 or 2020.

  5. Batman says:

    Hello. What’s your source for a stage in Verdun ?

    • velopeloton says:

      No source. Like everything else on this page it is just rumour and should not be taken seriously.
      Rethondes to Verdun is about 200km and Le Tour will be heading in that general direction.

  6. Barbote says:

    Narbonne is mentioned for the second restday. It is likely that the stage starting from Millau will finish in the region.

  7. Tish says:

    Someone mentioned that the route would be near area 50 on Manche at some stage. This is Granville, Coutances, Avranche, Villedieu. The person said they would like to come over and stay with us. I cannot see it anywhere near this area, But then I am not good at reading maps.

  8. Joseph Holmes says:

    Amis Paris roubaix announced tdf will go past on with july

  9. Joseph Holmes says:

    Amis Paris roubaix announced tdf will go past on 15th july

  10. Keith says:

    any clue as to where the Etape will be in 2018? It hasn’t been in the Pyrenees in almost 4 years.

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