For the 21st time Tour de France will start outside of it. It is the city of Utrecht in Netherlands where the race will begin. Going stage by stage- the first stage is going to take place in at the time trial of individual level but is a short journey with 13.7 km. Then it is going to go to Belgium for two days.
Then finally it will take place in France. It will be the successive year of second when the tour is going to mark a return. There will be seven sectors in stage four which will include France and Belgium. In 2014 the wet weather made it risky for the riders to ride on and they will be hoping to change things around this time. As far as the first week is concerned it is a classy affair which also includes a climb ending at La Fleche Wallonne. Stage eight will lead to a finish of uphill. Stage nine will see a late entry of the time trial with the season finishing it off atop the La Pierre Saint Martin.
From July 16 to 19th the event will be held at Pyrennes and then there will be a transition to Massif Central from July 17th to 19th. The finishes are going to take place at the hill top where memorable finishes had taken place. There will also be a short stage encompassing 110 km at the penultimate stage of the event. The culmination will be in Paris itself where there will be a show down amidst the sprinters. Almost all the significant landmarks of France will be covered in the tour which is so breathtaking. The riders are looking forward to it with equal zeal and nerve. All will compete to grab the top position.