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Not sure about the concept of the extending the action by having downhill finishes, most often not much happens and it encourages risk taking by the riders.
Tom Dumoulin certainly comes to mind, Chris Froome too assuming both are recovered by then. Difficult to know where Primoz Roglic or Tadej Pogacar will be but maybe would suit either.
Perhaps this is a route for the older riders? If it wasnt for the Olympics you might even throw Rohan Dennis into the mix.
It does have the Ventoux twice but I agree it does lack some serious Alpine altitude. It lacks a Galibier, Iseran or a Bonette perhaps.
A cynic could say a bit more time trialling with few really long climbs and summit finishes, with downhill finishes instead, might be an acknowledgement that Bardet and Pinot are a lost cause and all hope is with Alaphilippe!
Same goes for Dumoulin. Froome seems to be getting just a little bit stronger each day in this Vuelta and banking a very late season GT, or even most of one, in his legs is surely going to provide a good platform for next season.
In recent years the winner of the Tour won the Tour of California the previous year. This course also looks like itll be good for a TT guy to do some marginal doping.
Do we already know exactly the roads of this stage? No more details than the picture of the map at the top, which if you look shows the race heads north in order to then take in more of the Morvan hills as it runs south to Uchon.
Thanks for the great summon on the upcoming TdF route. I like it that there are more TT kms in it again. Another question: Is there something like a heatmap of the roads that the tour has been using ever since?
There is an interactive map by LeMonde, that shows which departements were used the most, you can choose the time frame.
More TT km now that Froome is out of the picture. The route planners seemed to be doing their best to stop a Sky procession for most of the past decade.
I think the organisers design the route far enough in advance that responding to individual form or circumstance is out of the question.
Personal preference would be for at least one full on mountain epic, a la the Stelvio stage in the Giro this year. Having higher and harder summit finishes only serves to slim down the potential winners to the climbers.
It seems the French have given up on Pinot being a yellow jersey contender. These conspiracy theories never quite stand up, eg the pro Bardet route has a giant team time trial etc.
ASO might quite like a French winner but they really want a contest, the Tour has a big audience in France and a part of this depends on French success although millions tune in for the scenery too but audiences around the world drop off if the contest gets boring.
TV is responsible for a lot of the route design today. Allaphillipe is, Bardet never really was. Or at least his talents were not specific enough to have a route tailored to him and him alone.
Allaphillipe does. And the route has been trending this way anyway. A happy not-really-coincidence. The time trials are flat when he likes climbs he can attack, there are several long climbs like Tignes, Ventoux, Tourmalet, Luz Ardiden.
Just look at Almeida at the Giro. And Alaphilippe himself at the Tour. It seems a suitable route for Tom of Hackney or Thomas of Gwent but with several stages likely for a breakaway by Thomas of Ghent.
Especially moved by his post about photographer Tao who was fighting cancer and their friendship over the years. Incidentally, a Chinese friend not that much into road racing inquired if he had any Chinese ancestry.
To which I can only point him to babynames. The Envalira was definitely paved last time I rode over it. All those downhill finishes. Even the first 2 stages are puncheur ones.
What will Remco do? He might not line up at all, of course. A more sensible approach would be for Deceuninck-Quick Step to send him to the Giro, as planned for this year, and then allow him to train towards the Olympic time trial.
At the time of writing, seven months from the start of the Tour, it's impossible to know how many of those will be riding the Tour, let alone what form they'll be in.
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