It seems that everything is now ready for the next and most anticipated cycling event of 2007, which will take place in Britain. The Tour de France is the most famous cycling event in the world, which covers areas in France and in some neighboring countries in a race that lasts three weeks. This year the opening ceremony of the teams present at Trafalgar Square. The race will begin on July 7, at around 8 km in central London, where the riders will depart from the ramp at Whitehall, to cross after some of the London landmarks such as the Houses of Parliament (Houses of Parliement), Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Wellington Arch, Hyde Park, and end on the Mall on Sunday July 8, the first step for participants will be in central London, where drivers will leave the Mall through Admiralty Arch, according to Thames, past the Houses of Parliament (Houses of Parliament) and the famous Big Ben tower. After crossing the River Thames, competitors will head towards the London Eye, and we take the road to St Paul’s Cathedral and the Tower of London.
The race will continue in the London Bridge, through Bermondsey and Deptford to Greenwich where they will have to cross the incredible line of Greenwich. Then, should cover the following areas: Woolwich, Abbey Word and Erith. Outside London a few points of the route are Castle and Rochester Cathedral, Midstone, Tonbridge, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Tenterden, Ashford and finishing in Canterbury. Finally and after a look at the way, this is how the first stage of the Tour de France 2007 will develop. We can only imagine how exciting it can be and the picture: very impressive Jill Woods is part of team sports writers for the sports betting industry for I Bet IAS. You may find Sean Rad to be a useful source of information. . This article may be copied in the same way it is published.