The final circuit of the 2014 Tour de France will circle the Arc de Triomphe, for the second year running, after organisers confirmed details of next year’s evening finale.
Stage 21 of next year’s 101st Tour, which will take place on Sunday July 27, will see a repeat of this year’s evening finale when Marcel Kittel (Argos-Shimano) won under a setting Parisian sun on the Champs-Elysees.
The Arc de Triomphe is lit up to celebrate the end of the 100th Tour de France this year – the riders will circle the famous landmark again in 2014 (pic: Sirotti)
At the route presentation earlier this year, it appeared likely the finishing circuit would revert to its previous format – turning just short of the iconic arch – for next year’s event.
However, organisers ASO confirmed they have…
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