Tour de France 2014: Maps of next year's race

Last Updated: 23/10/13 3:28pm

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The route for the 2014 Tour de France was unveiled in Paris on Wednesday

The route for the 2014 Tour de France was unveiled in Paris on Wednesday

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The 2014 Tour de France will start with two days in Yorkshire and a third from Cambridge to London.

It will then head back to France fro the remaining 18 stages, which will contain five summit finishes, one day on cobbled roads and a 54km individual time trial.

Here is the overall route map...

Here is the map for stage one, which takes the riders 191km from Leeds to Harrogate...

Here is the map for stage two, which takes the riders 198km from York to Sheffield...

Here is the map for stage three, which takes the riders 159km from Cambridge to London...

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