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Stage 1

Stage 1 saw the beginning of this year’s Tour de France in Brussels, Belgium on July 6th. With 21 stages of racing for 176 riders from 22 teams – over a distance of 3,480km – this year’s Tour was set to be one for the ages.

Stage 3

From Binche to Épernay – World’s number 1 Julian Alaphilippe raced to a stage victory becoming the first Frenchman to lead the Tour de France since Tony Gallopin in 2014.

Stage 6

The riders encountered a variety of different environments: from the crowded streets of the cities, to empty countryside roads and mountainous peaks, with the first ever gravel section on La Planche des Belles Filles.


Stage 8

Temperatures reached record levels on this year’s Tour de France. Here, Geraint Thomas rehydrates after a gruelling stage.

Stage 8

Beta Fuel is a product like no other. With more carbohydrate than any other isotonic sports drink, it forms an essential part of Team INEOS’ fuelling strategy.


Stage 18

Stage 18 saw the Tour de France finally reach the Alps with multiple hilly ascents. Bernal attacked with around three kilometres to the summit of the Col du Galibier making up time on some of the GC favourites, including teammate Geraint Thomas.

Stage 20

When a childhood dream is achieved. Egan Bernal pulls on the iconic yellow jersey for the first time in his career.

Stage 20

Stage 20 – A world class team is not just made up of individuals. It’s only as strong as its next team member. Here, Egan Bernal rides hand-in-hand across the finish line with teammate and last year’s champion, Geraint Thomas.

Stage 21

Cheers to teamwork!

Stage 21

From the hills of Zipaquirá in Colombia to the cobbled streets of the Champs-Élysées, history was made on the evening of Stage 21. Egan Bernal becomes the 1st ever Colombian Tour de France champion and the youngest winner in 110 years.

Stage 21

A champion of the highest order. Here’s to many more years in the yellow jersey.

Written By

The Performance Solutions Team