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Don´t Watch the Tour – Live the Tour

The Tour de France has been labeled many things throughout its prestigious history since its very first race in 1903: the most mainstream endurance event there is, the most prestigious and most difficult bike race, the biggest event on two wheels, and much more. With a worldwide audience of more than 3.5 billion people in over 188 countries, it´s no surprise that this incredible feat of cycling skill has rightfully earned itself many different descriptors of praise. Every year, cycling enthusiasts and pedestrian spectators alike gather to watch this exciting spectacle unfold. Whether it be around their television sets, or along the stunningly beautiful route through the Pyrenees and Alps after aweek of camping out on the sidelines, fans cheer in anticipation of catching the slightest glimpse of the 189 riders as they careen past; pedaling, coasting, and climbing their way past the peloton and across the 3,500 km course in just 21 days, hoping to claim the coveted yellow jersey, and claim victory. From flat road stages to climbing sloping hills and staggering mountains, from sprinting start to finish in intense time trial stages, the Tour de France has much to offer where entertainment is concerned, and will surely offer the same during it’s 102nd installment this July.

But for those of you who yearn to do more than just watch – for those of you with a passion for the peloton and an obsession with all things Tour de France – how would you like to be a part of the Tour? More importantly, how many of you would like to ride it?

This summer, BikeSpain Tours is offering the chance of a biking-loversP1130412 lifetime – the chance to experience and ride some of the legendary routes of the 2015 Tour de France, pushing yourself above and beyond your cycling expectations and breathing in the fresh air from the glorious peaks of the Pyrenees. And later, you can watch the pros take on the exact same climb. Absorb the heightened atmosphere of the Tours decisive second week and five heart-pounding stages of the race, watch Tour riders such as Chris Froome, Nairo Quintana, Vincenzo Nibali and Spain’s own Alberto Contador train in the very mountains you are currently biking, while enjoying a number of charming hotels, hand picked to enhance your Tour experience.

P1080559So for those of you who dream of taking to the mountains on two wheels with some of the world’s most well known riders as they compete in one of the world’s most well known races, join BikeSpain from July 12 to July 19 as we tour the Tour de France. It will surely be a race you will never forget.

          For more information, visit our website: https://www.bikespain.com/en/spain/tour-france-TdF-cycling-tour

Sources : Cycling News, The Guardian, Active.com, FranceThisWay.com, Global.Brittanica.com LeTour.Yorkshire.com

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