The 2014 Tour de France begins on Saturday, July 5 and will span across 21 stages and 3,656km.
In 2014 the race will kick off in the United Kingdom and also make stops in Spain and Belgium before concluding in France on Sunday, July 27.
The 2014 Tour de France will include nine flat stages, five hilly stages, six mountain stages, and one individual time trial. As always, the Alps and Pyrenees stages will have an influence on the General Classification outcome.
The fifth stage of the the 2014 Tour will see riders endure 15.4 kilometres of dreaded cobbled-stone sectors, before crossing the finish line in Arenberg Porte du Hainaut.
|Sat, July 5||1||Leeds to Harrogate||191km||SBS|
|Sun, July 6||2||York to Sheffield||198km||SBS|
|Mon, July 7||3||Cambridge to Londres||159km||SBS|
|Tue, July 8||4||Le Touquet-Paris-Plage to Lille Metropole||164km||SBS|
|Wed, July 9||5||Ypres to Arenberg||156km||SBS|
|Thu, July 10||6||Arras to Reims||194km||SBS|
|Fri, July 11||7||Epernay to Nancy||233km||SBS|
|Sat, July 12||8||Tomblaine to Gerardmer La Mauselaine||161km||SBS|
|Sun, July 13||9||Gerardmer to Mulhouse||166km||SBS|
|Mon, July 14||10||Mulhouse to La Planche des Belles Filles||161km||SBS|
|Wed, July 16||11||Besancon to Oyonnax||186km||SBS|
|Thu, July 17||12||Bourg-en-Bresse to Saint-Etienne||183km||SBS|
|Fri, July 18||13||Saint-Etienne to Chamrousse||200km||SBS|
|Sat, July 19||14||Grenoble to Risoul||177km||SBS|
|Sun, July 20||15||Tallard to Nimes||222km||SBS|
|Tue, July 22||16||Carcassonne to Bagneres-de-Luchon||237km||SBS|
|Wed, July 23||17||Saint-Gaudens to Saint-Lary-Soulan Pla d’Adet||125km||SBS|
|Thu, July 24||18||Pau to Hautacam||145km||SBS|
|Fri, July 25||19||Maubourguet Pays du Val d’Adour to Bergerac||208km||SBS|
|Sat, July 26||20 (ITT)||Bergerac to Perigueux||54km||SBS|
|Sun, July 27||21||Evry to Paris Champs-Elysees||136km||SBS|