RACE organisers of the 104th Tour de France have overnight revealed details of the 2017 event which runs from 01-23 Jul. Next year's course sets out from the German city of Dusseldorf and will also enter Belgium and Luxembourg over 21 days of racing, covering 3,516kms. New sites & stage cities include Nantua, Eymet, Lam Mure and Mondorf les Bains.
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