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The 108th Tour de France begins on June 26th 2021 with a Grand Départ from the historic city of Brest, Britinnay, and finishes on July 18th in the Champs-Elysees, Paris. Will Tadej Pogacar surprise the world by winning the yellow jersey for the second consecutive year? And who will secure the red polka dot jersey for best climber in the grueling mountainous sections? Watch all the Tour de France action live with TVMucho.
The 2021 Tour de France consists of 6 mountain stages and 3 high-altitude finishes. In the 11th stage, the legendary Mont Ventoux will be ascended twice! The 2021 edition will also see two time-trials (stage 5 & 20). And with a total length of 248 kilometres, stage 7 is set to be the longest stage in the event for the past 20 years. Watch the action unfold and get 1 hour free TV a day with TVMucho! Or why not upgrade to a premium membership to get unlimited TV time and 50x 7-day recordings so you’ll never miss a thing.
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The 108th Tour de France starts on June 26th 2021 with a Grand Départ from the historic city of Brest, Britinnay,
The 2021 Tour de France starts on Saturday June 26. On that day the cyclists will start from Brest in Brittany (France).
The 2021 Tour de France has 21 different stages and 2 rest days. It consists of 8 flat , 6 mountainous (3 finishes at altitude), 5 hilly and 2 individual time-trial stages.