Paris - Running from July 7-29, 2018, the 105th Tour de France will be made up of 21 stages and will cover a total distance of 3 351km.
These stages have the following profiles:
8 flat stages
5 hilly stage
6 mountain stages and 3 altitude finishes (La Rosière, Alpe d’Huez, Saint-Lary-Soulan col du Portet)
1 individual time trial stage
1 team time trial stage
2 rest days
The 2018 Tour de France will include a total of 26 mountain climbs or hills and altitude finishes ranked in second, first of HC class.
The geographic distribution will be as follows:
- 12 in the Alps
- 4 in the Massif central
- 10 in the Pyrenees
- On the last three editions of the race, the total was as follows:
25 in 2015, 28 in 2016, 23 in 2017
Yellow jersey for the General Time Classification.
Green jersey for the General Points Classification.
Red polka-dotted jersey for the Best Climber Classification
White jersey for the Best Young Rider, for riders under 26-years of age on January 1 of the year of the race