Tour de France 2024 route: Two individual time trials, five summit finishes and gravel sectors

Tour de France 2024 route totals 3,492km of racing with 52,320 metres of overall elevation across 21 stages

The 2023 podium at the Tour de France
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The Tour de France 2024 route will include five summit finishes, 59km of individual time trialling, and gravel sectors on stage nine, it has been announced by its organiser ASO.

The route for the 111th edition of the race was unveiled in a presentation inside Paris's Palais des Congrès on Wednesday. 

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Tour de France 2024 route
129 JuneFlorenceRimini206kmHilly
230 JuneCesenaticoBologna200kmHilly
31 JulyPiacenzaTurin229kmFlat
42 JulyPineroloValloire138kmMountains
53 JulySaint-Jean-de-MaurienneSaint-Vulbas Plaine de l'Ain177kmHilly
64 JulyMâconDijon163kmFlat
75 JulyNuits-Saint-GeorgesGevrey-Chambertin25kmITT
86 JulySemur-en-AuxoisColombey-les-Deux-Églises176kmFlat
97 JulyTroyesTroyes199kmHilly/Gravel
109 JulyOrléansSaint-Amand-Montrond187kmFlat
1110 JulyÉvaux-les-BainsLe Lioran211kmMedium mountains
1211 JulyAurillacVilleneuve-sur-Lot 204kmFlat
1312 JulyAgenPau171kmFlat
1413 JulyPauSaint-Lary-Soulan Pla d'Adet152kmMountains
1514 JulyLoudenviellePlateau de Beille198kmMountains
1616 JulyGruissanNîmes187kmFlat
1717 JulySaint-Paul-Trois-ChâteauxSuperdévoluy178kmMountains
1818 JulyGapBarcelonnette179kmHilly
1919 JulyEmbrunIsola 2000145kmMountains
2020 JulyNiceCol de la Couillole133kmMountains
2121 JulyMonacoNice34kmITT

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Adam is Cycling Weekly’s news editor – his greatest love is road racing but as long as he is cycling on tarmac, he's happy. Before joining Cycling Weekly he spent two years writing for Procycling, where he interviewed riders and wrote about racing. He's usually out and about on the roads of Bristol and its surrounds. Before cycling took over his professional life, he covered ecclesiastical matters at the world’s largest Anglican newspaper and politics at Business Insider. Don't ask how that is related to cycling.