Complete tour, profiles, road book and latest winners · Road Competition · 02/10/2021

The sixth edition of the Tour de la Provence, event 2.Pro of the UCI Europe Tour calendar, will be held from February 11 to 14 over 674 kilometers divided into four stages in the French region of Provence, in the southeast of the country.

The test will start with an undulating day, with four high scoring points, but suitable for fast men, between Aubagne and Six-Fours les Plages.

On Friday, before the Manosque finish, there is a 3-kilometer climb at 3.5 percent that can avoid the sprint.

Saturday offers the decisive stage for the general, with the climb to Chalet Reynard, near the mythical summit of Mont Ventoux, and a total of 14.6 kilometers of ascent at 7.6 percent of altitude.

For Sunday the party is reserved for sprinters, with just 1,000 meters of unevenness and a smooth finish in Salon-de-Provence.

Route of the Tour de La Provence 2021

Route of the Tour de La Provence 2021

Stages and profiles of the Tour de Provence 2021

Tour of Provence 2021 - Etapa 1
1ª etapa – 11 de febrero: Aubagne – Six-Fours-les-Plages / 179.3 Km.

Tour of Provence 2021 - Etapa 2
2nd stage – February 12: Cassis – Manosque / 170.6 Km.

Tour de La Provence 2021 - Stage 3
3ª etapa – 13 de febrero: Istres – Mont Ventoux / Chalet Reynard / 153.9 Km.

Tour de La Provence 2021 - Stage 4
4th stage – February 14: Avignon – Salon-de-Provence / 163.2 Km.

Road book

You can download the official road book from Tour of Provence 2021 here:

Tour de La Provence 2021 road book

Tour de La Provence winners

– 2020: Nairo Quintana (COL)
– 2019: Gorka Izagirre (ESP)
– 2018: Alexandre Geniez (FRA)
– 2017: Rohan Dennis (AUS)
– 2016: Thomas Voeckler (FRA).

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