Cadel Evans, Tour de France 2012 presentation

The previous two editions of the Tour de France have seen the organisers pile on the high mountain stages and summit finishes to celebrate the centenaries of the Tour in the Pyrenees and the Alps.

2013 will see the hundredth edition of the race itself, demanding a parcours with  something a little special. So what about 2012? Many riders could have their own question mark by the 2012 Tour, with the Olympic road race taking place less than a week after the final stage on the Champs Elysées.

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