Tour de France 2023 route presentation: how to watch race rumours It was reported that on Thursday morning,
the official routes of the 2023 Tour de France as well as the accompanying Tour de France Femmes vec Zwift will be well
presented at the Palais des Congrs in Paris, France. The only thing currently known about the 110th edition of the men's
race will start in Bilbao, Spain from 1 July. The peloton will spend a good two days in the Basque hills, with the stage finishing
in San Sebastian, before entering France for the first time on stage three. The remaining 18 steps remain a good mystery.
Tell Gaia reports that the race will cross the Pyrenees well into the first week, before heading north to Bordeaux,
the Tour's second most visited city after Paris. Told there is great hope of following the route through the Massif Central,
with the platform rumored to end atop the Puy de Dome. 1,465 meters not used in the race since 1988,
The route presentation for both the races will begin well on Thursday, October 27 at 11:30 CET (10:30 BST / 4:30 CT/5:30 CT).
The Tour de France 2023 route presentation ceremony will be broadcast live in the UK on GCN+, Discovery+ and Eurosport,
with coverage starting at 10:30 BST. To get decent access to Discovery+ and Eurosport coverage, you can subscribe for around £59.99 per
year or around £6.99 per month. Alternatively, access to GCN+ costs £39.99 per year to around £6.99 per month.
In the USA Canada can watch the ceremony live on Flowbikes (opens in new tab), the price is $30 per month or you $150 per year.