Pre-orders for the 2022 Official Tour de France Guide (Australian edition) are now open.*

 


Order your ‘Tour Guide’ before 1 June for FREE DELIVERY! 


‘Tour Guide’ pre-order yours now! 

 


‘Tour Guide’: Celebrating 20 years

RIDE Media has published the Official Tour de France Guide since 2003. The tradition continues in 2022, with another huge magazine coming your way in June.

The Official Tour de France Guide by RIDE Media is a magazine for all sport fans. It is designed to be your TV viewing companion, a resource that you can use day after day for three weeks to find out more about the race, the riders, the places it visits, the history of the event and much more!

Pre-order your copy before 1 June 2022 and you will have it delivered to your door in mid-June (around two weeks before the Grand Départ).

Starting in Copenhagen on Friday 1 July, the 109th Tour de France spans 24 days with 21 stages (plus one ‘travel day’, from Denmark to France, and two rest days). The finish is in Paris on Sunday 24 July.

There are 22 teams contesting the TDF in 2022, and a couple of Australians – last year’s fourth-place finisher Ben O’Connor and third-place in the 2021 Vuelta a España, Jack Haig – are amongst the title favourites.

 

Be sure to have your ‘Tour Guide’, and keep up to date throughout the year by following RIDE Media at ridemedia.com.au and via social media.

Features on the race

The Tour Guide helps you discover everything you need to know about the Tour de France.

There are interviews with past winners, profiles on the title favourites, features on the history of the race – and a whole host of extras that explain all the details of this complex and beautiful event.

 

Team profiles & data

The team pages provide a full list of every rider eligible to start Le Tour, plus expert analysis of what we can expect from each of the 22 teams that will contest the race this July.

You’ll find the strengths (and weaknesses) of each outfit, trivia and insight, as well as an overview of the equipment used.

 

Full stage details

With maps and profiles, plus explanations from the Tour’s technical director, the Tour Guide offers a complete overview of the race route.

From the 2022 Grand Départ in Copenhagen, to the finish in Paris, we provide a preview of the 21 stages, and showcase the regions, the climbs, and more!

 

 


*We are currently only accepting pre-orders from Australian customers.
(New Zealand customer will soon be able to pre-order their Tour Guide via ridemedia.com.au)

**PLEASE NOTE: Every effort is made to ensure a timely delivery. RIDE Media does, however, rely on third-party delivery services offered by Australia Post and we cannot be held responsible for any delays associated with the postal service.