On Tuesday the race will Kick Off in Le Puy-en-Velay and End at Romans-sur-Isère

Tour de France 2017 is taking their second off day of the race that runs from July 1 – 23.

The competitors will return to action tomorrow within the flat area of France known as Le Puy-en-Velay. The day long event will end in Romans-sur-Isère.

On Tuesday bicyclists from all over the globe will go head-to-head for over 100 miles.

During the Tour de France competitors will bike more than 2,200 miles in less than a month. It truly is a testament of will in the mountains and flatlands of France.

Currently Christopher Froome holds the lead, but faces strong competition moving into the final days of the race.

Watch over highlights on YouTube to catch more on the Tour de France 2017. Stay up to date with all the action on road with hashtag #TDF2017.

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