Always dreamed of seeing the Tour in real life? This book can help make it happen. It’s the first comprehensive guide to following the Tour de France – and no one knows how to get around the Tour like the author. He’s one of cycling’s leading photographers, and has been at the right place at the right time during every stage of every Tour de France since 1977. This illustrated guidebook includes full-colour maps, travel trips, checklists, travel resources, and ways to find a front-row seat for all the action. Includes where to eat and sleep, how to get around, separate maps of the Tour’s great climbs, and even a French menu decoder.
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