The 110th edition of the Tour de France – what’s new?

27. 3. 2023

Spring is approaching, as well as the new cycling season and the anniversary year of Le Tour. Check out what's new for Tour de France 2023 and maybe also fight for victory in our the Tour de France Board Game!

The biggest cycling event of the year - Tour de France 2023 - will take place on the traditional July date (July 1 - 23, 2023). For the first time the start will take place in Bilbao, the largest Basque city, and the three opening stages will also lead through northern Spain. Unlike previous years, the world's best road racers will have to ride in challenging hilly terrain right from the first day.

And it looks like most of the routes of this year's Tour will be good for climbers: the 21 stages with a total length of 3404 km are divided into 8 mountain, 4 moderately hilly, 8 flat stages and a single time trial. Cyclists will also ride a total of five French mountains this year. The traditional climax of the Tour de France will be the final stage on the Champs Élysées in Paris.