The Women’s Tour de France which is slated for next year is going to feature eight stages. The grueling cycling race will end with a summit finish and a lot of hard terrains will welcome the athletes. The women’s race will begin on the 24th of July and will finish on the 31st of July.
The race will feature four flat stages, two over rolling terrains, and then finish with two mountain stages. As of now, athletes from 170 countries are going to participate in the race. This is the first time in 33 years that a women’s Tour de France is going to take place.
If it had been sustainable, the women's Tour would have been held for 40 years. The biggest challenge is to broadcast the race. We've done a good job, with the race starting the same day as the men's race ends in Paris
Christian Prudhomme, Men’s Tour de France director