Whether it’s a climb at an altitude of 2,000m or a small roadway through a seemingly endless cornfield, the Tour de France is sure to always provide viewers with captivating visuals. This year marks the 100th year anniversary of le tour and with it comes a brilliantly designed finish.
Starting in Porto-Vecchio and finishing in the beautiful Versailles, each stage offers something unique to the viewer as well as the rider. As the yellow jersey continues to change bodies throughout the tour, riders will claim their right to the spotlight. Something as small as a bent rear derailleur can instantly snatch victory away from some pour soul.
The 100th anniversary will host a spectacular and monumental finishing stage. Starting in the gardens of Versailles, past the Jacques Anquetil monument, through the Louvre courtyard and finishing around the Arc de Triomphe. Through all the blood, sweat and tears, the Tour de France 2013 is sure to provide some stunning moments.