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Italian Alessandro Petacchi wins after a bunched sprint. Whether by chance or coincidence, after the start in Roubaix, the race would include on its course Woluwe-Saint-Pierre, the common where the Merckx family had its grocery store.
The sprint of the first half-stage was claimed by Marino Basso, but Merckx took command of the general classification in the after-noon after the team timetrial.
At home, in front of his fans. To start his Tour life in yellow could have satisfied the young conqueror who was already focused on the future after that dream day: Now the other goal is to bring it back there.
The race plan was respected when he carried the Jersey during kms on a solo breakaway to Mourenx while he had already won the race.
His mission was accomplished on the Velodrome de La Cipale. And destiny that year saw the race finish on the eve of the Belgian National Day… a perfect calendar as the national hero returned on home soil: The Grand Place of Brussels was packed with people.
I realised that I had won the Tour de France and that was already a childhood dream. It really was a day like no other! Brussels Airport is 12km from Brussels city centre, while Brussels South Charleroi Airport is 45km from the city centre.
The City of Brussels is divided into several different areas: The Pentagon that owes its name to its geographical shape is the historical centre.
These three areas have their own identity and show another side to Brussels. Free University of Brussels.
I think that spending a lot of time at altitude will be one of the main parts of preparing for this Tour. I'll do all I can to adapt to it and make sure I'm at my best in the mountains.
There are also only 54 kilometres of time trialling that are split between one team time trial and one individual time trial.
The stage 13 individual time trial in Pau could mark changes between the contenders for the overall classification. While it is hard to predict what will happen along the three weeks of racing, Cyclingnews selected five key stages that could have an impact on the overall outcome of next year's Tour de France.
While in the Vosges, the peloton will tackle its first mountainous stage on July 11 from Mulhouse to La Planche Des Belles Filles, a 10km climb that steepens to 20 per cent at the top.
The km route includes four categorised climbs along the route to the Tour's first summit finish. Time trials have a way of putting distance between evenly-matched climbers, however, and this time trial will be no exception.
The 27km individual time trial is mainly uphill on the way out and undulating downhill on the way back to the finish line. Expect the margins to be even tighter in between the top riders.
The peloton will have ventured through the Pyrenees and had their legs drained atop the high-altitude summit finish on the Col du Tourmalet during stage The riders will only suffer more as the climbing gets even more daunting during the km stage 15 from Limoux to Foix.
The final climb in Foix is 11km with its steepest sections at 11 per cent during the first third. It tapers off to per cent all the way to the top.
Stage 18 will feature the Col d'Izoard and finish after a descent from the Col du Galibier, both climbs reaching higher than 2, metres in altitude.
The riders will hit the short, punchy km stage 19 to Tignes with very tired legs, a situation that the 12km Col d'Iseran will by no means help.
The climb comes after just 85km and is the highest paved pass in the Alps at 2, metres. Even better - the ASO has decided to award time bonuses atop several climbs including the Iseran.