Tour de France 2022

Old Oct 14th, 2021, 10:27 AM
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Tour de France 2022

For those of you planning itineraries for next summer, here is some food for thought.

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Old Oct 18th, 2021, 04:24 AM
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Thanks kerouac. Hopefully we will be able to catch a glimpse when we are in Dunkerque, Calais, or Lille next year. Will seem strange for us Aussies to be seeing it during the day rather than late at night. It will be unlikely that we will see much of the race though.
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Old Oct 18th, 2021, 07:31 AM
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The women's Tour de France is also returning next year.

https://www.francetvinfo.fr/pictures.../phpFQOOuo.jpg
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Thanks kerouac. Interesting that the women start on the same day and place the men end. I wonder how much of the women's race we will be able to see in the US? Hopefully some of it will be televised. Looking forward to both races.
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Hello - thanks for the great video! We love watching the tour from the US - we will be in Copenhagen for the start this year - any suggestions on how to watch?
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Hi Chris, it's broadcast on TV2 in Denmark (public broadcaster). (I just googled it, not a Denmark or TdF guru ). It's televised throughout Europe, I've watched it in Germany on TV before.

Oh - do you mean, live? That would be wonderful!

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https://www.letour.fr/en/the-race/gr...nd-depart-2022

This doesn't give very much information but it might be somewhere to start. I hope you get lots of great info on this!

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Thanks so much - we actually would like to try to watch in person for the starting days in Denmark - any ideas?
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thanks so much!
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Try and see one of the two Stages rather than the time trial in Copenhagen. Gets you out into the Danish countryside too. It will be crowded, and people will overnight in places. Get there early, take plenty of refreshments, especially if it is going to be hot, and enjoy the carnival.
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Thanks so much - we hear Day 1 has an amazing bridge with wind considerations for the peloton so we will try to catch this!
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