We’ve worked hard behind the scenes over the last few months to bring you a mix of yet-to-be-released routes and a fresh look and feel for 2021.

This year, we’ve designed a fresh route to give you a taste of what riding a Grand Tour is like. Mountain stages, sprint routes, and stunning scenery will make this event unforgettable.

By the end of the Tour, you (or your team) will have ridden a total of 395.34km in three weeks. FulGaz extends its sincere thanks to every contributor who helped bring this route to life.

The route is now visible on FulGaz to those who have entered the ride – just make sure you enter the unique promo code in your entry confirmation to reveal the route.

Enter the promo code then go to settings > update ride list.

You can ride the route as much as you like before 26 June, we will clear the leaderboards at this time.

1. 8 Laps of Monaco

A rolling laps of the iconic Monaco formula 1 circuit is a great way to start the 2021 French Tour and open up the legs.

26.10KM
DISTANCE
58:10
DURATION
340M
ELEVATION

2. Villard Notre-Dame

Take a trip with us into the “eagle’s nest” village, located on the eastern side of the Massif du Grand Renaud.

7.34KM
DISTANCE
1:06:39
DURATION
780M
ELEVATION

3. Rolling to Roussillon - NEW

Beautiful rolling hills in the South of France with perfect weather. We’ve supplied everything you need for a perfect day on the bike except for the French treats at the end.

26.33KM
DISTANCE
58:03
DURATION
413M
ELEVATION

4. North Cork Spring Classic - NEW

In a tribute to the 1998 Tour de France which started in Cork, Ireland, here’s. a taste of the Emerald Isle.

23.50KM
DISTANCE
1:00:28
DURATION
341M
ELEVATION

5. Luz Ardiden

Luz Ardiden saw the legendary battle between Lance Armstrong and Jan Ullrich on stage 15 of the 2003 Tour. Armstrong’s brake lever snagged the handle of an official Tour de France musette carried by a child sending Armstrong and Iban Mayo crashing to the ground.

13.48KM
DISTANCE
1:10:16
DURATION
1030M
ELEVATION

6. Geraardsbergen and Bosberg

Some great cobbled climbs from the heart of Belgian Classics country.

19.04KM
DISTANCE
41:35
DURATION
264M
ELEVATION

7. Sightseeing Tullinger

Lörrach’s local hill oversees Basel, the Swiss and French border and is home to Burg Rötteln. The sightseeing trip features vineyards, forest tracks and the castle itself. Be sure you warmed up before jumping right into short but steep hills. You’re lucky if your turbo tops out at 15%!

18.33KM
DISTANCE
43:01
DURATION
375M
ELEVATION

8. Villages en Provence

A circular and hilly tour of the Calavon valley in Provence, France. There are some long, steady climbs on each side of the valley.

45.69KM
DISTANCE
1:39:23
DURATION
733M
ELEVATION

9. Col de la Croix Blanche

A short climb north of Col du Tourmalet in the foothills of the Pyrenees. There are a few steep pitches along the way. When you crest the top you can see the Tarbes plain north and to the right.

8.39KM
DISTANCE
33:00
DURATION
339M
ELEVATION

10. Artignosc Verdon

The ride goes along the narrow roads of Provence under a beautiful blue sky, crossing the Verdon and its smaller lower lakes.

27.07KM
DISTANCE
1:08:12
DURATION
470M
ELEVATION

11. Col de la Ramaz East - NEW

The easier side of Col de la Ramaz, starting from the intersection of the road from Col de l’Encrenaz. Climb through forests, small french mountain villages, and a ski resort, before finishing at the top of one of the region’s most well-known cols.

6.81KM
DISTANCE
34:16
DURATION
463M
ELEVATION

12. Col de la Ramaz West - NEW

Tackle the hardest climb in the reverse “Circuit de la Ramaz”. Starting near Mieussy, ascend over 800 meters to the top of Col de la Ramaz.

9.72KM
DISTANCE
49:12
DURATION
691M
ELEVATION

13. UCI Worlds 2021 - Finale at Leuven

The UCI Worlds Cycling Championships will be held in Belgium. The Men and Women Elite road races start in Antwerp and finish in Leuven on a local circuit in the heart of the city. 

14.46KM
DISTANCE
35:34
DURATION
152M
ELEVATION

14. Climb to Oulles

The relentless sequence of steep hairpin bends in the first half of the ride is quite strenuous, but there are stunning views higher up on this small and little-used road to reward you.

There is a bit of Mediterranean vibe to this south-facing, wind-sheltered slope with its covering of pine trees.

6.68KM
DISTANCE
47:00
DURATION
601M
ELEVATION

15. Mont Ventoux - NEW

Climb the fearsome Mont Ventoux, with its bleak desert-like landscapes dominating the final 6kms. The first 20Kms to Chalet Reynard are relatively easy, rarely exceeding 6%. The TdF last followed this route from Sault in 1972. The next time will be 2021.

22.55KM
DISTANCE
1:33:27
DURATION
1157
ELEVATION

16. Roussillon Route de Cavaillo - NEW

A stunning ride through the French countryside. A fast downhill section as the start is a great way to warm up through the rolling middle before you arrive back in Roussillon.

23.48KM
DISTANCE
50:02
DURATION
214
ELEVATION

17. Geraardsbergen to Leberg - NEW

A gently rolling early morning ride in the sunshine, along quiet country roads in eastern Flanders.

20.93KM
DISTANCE
43:07
DURATION
297
ELEVATION

18. Col de la Joux Plane - NEW

A moderate climb at 8.5% that has featured in the Tour de France no fewer than twelve times, Col de Joux Plane starts near the village of Samoëns and connects to Morzine in the Portes du Soleil ski area in the Haute-Savoie Alps.

10.52KM
DISTANCE
57:10
DURATION
844
ELEVATION

19. Les Pourquiers

Join us for a ride from Les Pourquiers to Col de Mur. A few consistent hills along the way will make sure the legs are warm before the final climb.

22.27KM
DISTANCE
1:02:52
DURATION
727M
ELEVATION

20. Alpe d'Huez

The infamous Alpe d’Huez, filmed in the evening sunshine. Count the corners down from 21, keep an eye out for the signs on the outside of each corner. 

12.83KM
DISTANCE
1:23:46
DURATION
1037M
ELEVATION

21. Touring the Ardèche - NEW

Your final stage is an easy cruise through one of the most beautiful regions in France. Enjoy perfect weather and fantastic scenery as we ride to the end of the tour. Most of this ride is downhill.

24.45M
DISTANCE
58:27
DURATION
290M
ELEVATION

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With team and solo entries available, you can ride the French Tour at your own pace.

For a Grand Tour feel, ride a stage a day, or divide the stages up amongst your team and conquer France together.