Australia’s favourite cycling annual, the Official Tour de France Guide, is now available in newsagents across the country…!
The 106th Tour de France starts in Brussels, Belgium on 6 July and finishes in Paris 23 days later. In between lay 3,481km of racing. Get your comprehensive preview of the big race: the Official Tour de France Guide (2019 Australian edition) is now available in newsagents – and selected bike shops – around Australia.
With 212-pages, this magazine also boasts a giant pull-out poster (600mm x 952mm) featuring a map of the route for the 2019 Tour.
Inside you’ll find details on all 22 teams and 21 stages for the 106th Tour. There are also galleries, interviews, profiles, and insight into what makes the Tour de France so special.
RIDE Media has published the Official Tour de France Guide (Australian edition) since 2003 and the tradition continues in 2019.
(If you cannot find the ‘Tour Guide’ in your local newsagent, send an email with your town – or postcode – and we’ll let you know the nearest stockist.)
There are 22 teams due to contest the 2019 race. See the full list of riders eligible to start the Tour.
The final selection of the 8-man teams that will contest the 2019 Tour de France will be made in the coming weeks. In the meantime, you can see the full rosters of the 22 teams that will be part of the action in July 2019.
The Official Tour de France Guide (Australian edition) features two pages on every team, including commentary about by two-time Tour champion Bernard Thévenet.
The 2019 Tour de France: Brussels to Paris.
Discover every climb, every sprint, every Bonus Point, every town, every village of the 2019 Tour de France.
With insight from the Tour’s technical director Thierry Gouvenou and analysis by experienced cycling journalists, we provide details of every stage including maps, profiles, times and your TV viewing schedule.