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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 18-10-2016, 20:13 Thread Starter
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Did anyone watch Eurosport covering the unveiling of the route for 2017 this morning,


Gives me a few possibilities for next July


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Did anyone watch Eurosport covering the unveiling of the route for 2017 this morning,


Gives me a few possibilities for next July


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Thanks for the heads up Tony! Just had a look at the route and I see le Puy en Velay has a finish and a start. We love that area so will definitely be looking to get there. Would like to get out in time for the Perigueux - Bergerac stage but as my daughter is getting married on July 8th that might be pushing it Lots to contemplate and much planning to enjoy
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Aiming for the last few days in the Alps before my family holiday near Bourg D'Oisans
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I always manage to miss it apart from when it came here. Must try and get over and see some of it next year. Maybe Jura or the Alps. Cant find any detailed maps yet though.


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I always manage to miss it apart from when it came here. Must try and get over and see some of it next year. Maybe Jura or the Alps. Cant find any detailed maps yet though.

I don't think they are publically available for quite some time. I believe the teams will have a complete road book already !
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I always manage to miss it apart from when it came here. Must try and get over and see some of it next year. Maybe Jura or the Alps. Cant find any detailed maps yet though.

About the middle of June Barry for detailed info


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