Cipollini won 12 stage of the Tour de France.
Yes. The green jersey is worn by the one who wins the most sprints.
There is no official red jersey that means anything in le tour de france. You might have seen a team jersey with a lot of red in it. There used to be a red jersey, awarded for intermediate sprints points, but it wasn't that useful and was cancelled in 1989.
In the sprints, they can hit about 60 KMH/40 MPH for a few seconds. On long descents, they can reach 50+ MPH/80+ KMH.
Tour France was created in 1973.
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"Tour de" basically means "tour of". So tour de France = tour of France.
Tours, which is pronounced Tour, is a city in France.
The Tour de France, the cycling race, just means tour of France, tour meaning race in this instance. So called because it goes around France.
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Le tour de France basically means "the tour of France". It's a long race that does cover a considerable part of France.
A Little Tour in France was created in 1884.
Tour de France was created in 1903.
"Tour de France on TV" is "(le) Tour de France à la télévision" in French.
Bicycles are raced in the Tour de France
A Little Tour in France has 255 pages.
no, it takes part in different countries, but the majority of the tour is in France
For a woman to win the Tour, they would have to race the Tour. Currently, men ride the Tour de France and women ride the Tour de France Feminin, which is a cycling grand tour for women.
you can go to the tour center and get a tour or browse.
André Leducq, France, won the 1932 Tour de France
Tour can be either a noun or a verb, depending upon how it is used. As a noun: I am going on a tour of France. As a verb: I wish to tour France.
bradley wiggins won the tour de france
Google "category climbs in tour de france".
The 94th Tour de France in 2007