The ultimate preview to the 111th Tour de France and the 3rd Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift is now available in newsagents across Australia.

RIDE Media is proud to present the Official Tour de France Guide (2024 Australian edition). This 212-page magazine includes a giant pull-out poster featuring the route of the 111th Tour de France (29 June to 21 July), from Florence, Italy to Nice in the south of France.

This is the 22nd year RIDE Media has produced the Tour Guide and again it includes full details of every stage of the world’s biggest bike race as well as a comprehensive team listing complete with information on every rider eligible to contest the Tour de France of 2024.

Inside you will also find a 50-page overview of the third #TDFF, the women’s race that begins in Rotterdam, the Netherlands on 12 August and concludes at Alpe d’Huez on 18 August.

Pre-ordered copies were lodged with Australia Post on 7 June
(please allow up to seven days for delivery).


The Tour Guide is a collectable magazine that includes features on the favourites for the yellow jersey of both races and insight on the biggest events on the competitive cycling calendar.

The tradition continues in 2024 and you can now find the magazine in newsagents across Australia. (Magazines have also been shipped to New Zealand and I will provide an update of the on-sale date once delivery is finalised.) Thank you to everyone who has pre-ordered a copy of this annual production and for your understanding with regards to delivery.

In the coming days and weeks, there will be plenty of fresh content on the RIDE Media website and social media portals. It may have been quiet for a little while but that’s because the priority at this time of year is to complete the production of the Tour Guide.

Designed as your ultimate TV viewing companion the Official Tour de France Guide is produced in conjunction with the race organisers, ASO, and features maps and profiles of all the stages as well as some fantastic features about what makes these races so special.

This year we have some great insights from Gina Ricardo for the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift preview. She has written a fantastic article about the evolution of women’s cycling in Australia, highlighting the long history of our riders in a race that has recently returned to the WorldTour cycling calendar.


The Tour Guide can also be ordered online via the RIDE Media site, with limited copies available direct from our office. (There is now a delivery charge, and we are packing and shipping orders each afternoon with Australia Post, complete with tracking details.)

Be sure to get your copy of this year’s Tour Guide and get ready for some fantastic racing action on the roads of Europe in the coming weeks.


– Rob