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The 91st Tour de France - July 03-25, 2004


 

Lance Armstrong wins his 6th consecutive Tour de France!!!


Lance Armstrong, Tour 2003.  Photo by Anita van Crey

Welcome to the Daily Peloton's complete Tour de France coverage,
including daily live race reports, the famous Jambon Reports
with Crazy Jane's Delicieux rider selections,
and much more.

 


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Live Reports, Results and Analysis

 


News, Team Previews and Features!

 

 


Things to Read and Watch...and Do

 


The Race - The Stages

Prologue - Saturday, July 3:  6 km,  Liège Prologue (TT)
Stage 1 - Sunday, July 4: 195 km,  Liège - Charleroi
Stage 2 - Monday, July 5: 195 km,  Charleroi - Namur
Stage 3 - Tuesday, July 6: 195 km,  Waterloo - Wasquehal
Stage 4 - Wednesday, July 7: 65 km,  Cambrai - Arras (team / TT)
Stage 5 - Thursday, July 8: 195 km,  Amiens - Chartres
Stage 6 - Friday, July 9: 190 km,  Bonneval - Angers
Stage 7 - Saturday, July 10: 208 km,  Châteaubriant - Saint-Brieuc
Stage 8 - Sunday, July 11: 172 km,  Lamballe - Quimper
Monday, July 12 - Transfer to Limoges - Rest Day
Stage 9 - Tuesday, July 13: 160 km,  Saint-Léonard-de-Noblat - Guéret
Stage 10 - Wednesday, July 14: 237 km,  Limoges - Saint-Flour
Stage 11 - Thursday, July 15: 164 km,  Saint-Flour - Figeac
Stage 12 - Friday, July 16: 199 km,  Castelsarrasin - La Mongie
Stage 13 - Saturday, July 17: 217 km,  Lannemezan - Plateau de Beille
Stage 14 - Sunday, July 18: 200 km,  Carcassonne - Nîmes
Monday, July 19 - Rest Day Nîmes
Stage 15 - Tuesday, July 20: 179 km,  Valréas - Villard-de-Lans
Stage 16 - Wednesday, July 21:15 km, Bourg d'Oisans - L'Alpe d'Huez (TT)
Stage 17 - Thursday, July 22: 212 km,  Bourg d'Oisans - Le Grand Bornand
Stage 18 - Friday, July 23: 166 km,  Annemasse - Lons-le-Saunier
Stage 19 - Saturday, July 24: 60 km,  Besançon - Besançon (TT)
Stage 20 - Sunday, July 25: 165 km,  Montereau-Fault-Yonne - Paris Champs-Élysées

Total: 3,395 km

 



Map courtesy A.S.O.

 


Research/Historical/Special Content

2004 Route Presentation Reactions

Past Editions of the Tour

History

 


Tyler Hamilton, Tour 2003. Photo by Dave O'Nyons.
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Santiago Botero, Tour 2003. Photo by Anita van Crey

 


Tour 2003 - The usual suspects. Photo by Dave O'Nyon.
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Robbie McEwen, Tour 2003. Photo by Dave O'Nyons.
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Patrice Halgand, Tour 2003. Photo by Anita van Crey.

 
 
 

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