Tour de France 2007 route and Happy MLK day America

France and America in same headline shocker!

Happy Martin Luther King (Jnr) Day to any Americans reading this! I’m disappointed to see that the Big G didn’t change their logo

Tour de France 2007 route mapOn to cycling – exciting news – the route of this year’s TDF has been released! “Running from Saturday July 7th to Sunday July 29th 2007, the 94th Tour de France will be made up of a prologue and 20 stages and will cover a total distance of 3,550 kilometres.”
We already knew that this year’s Tour is starting in dear old Blighty and now we have the details. The 8km prologue (a short time trial) will be around the streets of London starting in Whitehall. It will pass pass the Houses of Parliament en route to finishing on The Mall. The next stage also starts in London with a 200km trip to Canterbury.

On to France , the Tour will have a series of long flat stages before it enters the Alps and the major test starts. The riders will have a brief respite along the southern coastline before hitting the Pyrenees. Read more on the official TDF website.

4 comments

  1. Are you sure they didn’t? I’m sure I read a post about how clicking on their MLK-google logo sent you to their search results for “Martin Luther King Day” rather than just “Martin Luther King” because some ultra-white racist site was among the top links for the latter.

    Maybe it was dependent on where in the world you access google from? Or maybe this was last year…

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