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18-27 August, 2017

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The U23 Tour de France

Created in 1961 to help the future stars of world cycling emerge, the Tour de l'Avenir is a mini Tour de France in 9 stages for the very best under-23 riders. Some of the greatest names in the history of pro cycling have won the race: Felice Gimondi (1964), Joop Zoetemelk (1969), Greg Lemond (1982), Miguel Indurain (1986), Laurent Fignon (1988), Nairo Quintana (2010).
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9
race days
138
riders
23
teams
1,201
km of racing
16,673
m of climbing

Route 2017

START

LoudéacLoudéac (134km)
Aug 18
Inzinzac-Lochrist Bignan (132km)
Aug 19
Missillac Châteaubriant (126km)
Aug 20
Derval Saumur (167km)
Aug 21
Montreuil-Bellay Amboise (157km)
Aug 22
Montrichard St-Amand-Montrond (139km)
Aug 23
REST // St-Gervais Mt-Blanc
Aug 24
St-Gervais Mt-Blanc Hauteluce-Les Saisies (118km)
Aug 25
Albertville Ste-Foy Tarentaise (121km)
Aug 26
Bourg-St-Maurice Albiez-Montrond (107km)
Aug 27

FINISH

Invited teams
South Africa
Australia
Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes
Belgium
Brittany
Colombia
Danemark
United States
France
Great-Britain
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Luxembourg
Norway
Netherlands
Portugal
Czech Republic
Russia
Switzerland
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