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1910 Tour de France, Stage 1 to Stage 8

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1910 Tour de France, Stage 1 to Stage 8

The 1910 Tour de France was the 8th edition of Tour de France, one of cycling's Grand Tours. The Tour began in Paris on 3 July and Stage 8 occurred on 15 July with a flat stage to Perpignan. The race finished in Paris on 31 July.

Contents

Stage 1

3 July 1910 — Paris to Roubaix, 269 km (167.1 mi)

Stage 2

15 July 1910 — Roubaix to Metz, 398 km (247.3 mi)

Stage 3

7 July 1910 — Metz to Belfort, 259 km (161 mi)

Stage 4

9 July 1910 — Belfort to Lyon, 309 km (192 mi)

Stage 5

11 July 1910 — Lyon to Grenoble, 311 km (193 mi)

Stage 6

13 July 1910 — Grenoble to Nice, 345 km (214 mi)

Stage 7

15 July 1910 — Nice to Nîmes, 345 km (214 mi)

Stage 8

17 July 1910 — Nîmes to Perpignan, 216 km (134.2 mi)

References

1910 Tour de France, Stage 1 to Stage 8 Wikipedia


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