|Stage||Type||Date||Start and Finish||Distance||Details|
|1||Flat||Sun 07/23/2023||CLERMONT-FERRAND > CLERMONT-FERRAND||124 km||Stage 1|
|2||Hilly||Mon 07/24/2023||CLERMONT-FERRAND > MAURIAC||148 km||Stage 2|
|3||Flat||Tue 07/25/2023||COLLONGES-LA-ROUGE > MONTIGNAC-LASCAUX||147 km||Stage 3|
|4||Hilly||Wed 07/26/2023||CAHORS > RODEZ||177 km||Stage 4|
|5||Flat||Thu 07/27/2023||ONET-LE-CHÂTEAU > ALBI||126 km||Stage 5|
|6||Flat||Fri 07/28/2023||ALBI > BLAGNAC||122 km||Stage 6|
|7||Mountain||Sat 07/29/2023||LANNEMEZAN > TOURMALET BAGNÈRES-DE-BIGORRE||90 km||Stage 7|
|8||Individual time-trial||Sun 07/30/2023||PAU > PAU||22 km||Stage 8|
This second edition of the Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift will head south.
3 regions – Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Nouvelle-Aquitaine and Occitanie – and 11 departments will feature on the race route.
There will be 8 stages:
- 4 flat stages
- 2 hilly stages
- 1 mountain stage with a summit finish on the Tourmalet
- 1 individual time trial
- The 4th stage, Cahors > Rodez (177km), will be the race’s longest.
The route features two mountain ranges, the tests getting progressively harder. The riders will cross from one side of the Massif Central to the other during the first six stages, their profiles alternating between rolling and very hilly. There will then be longer climbs in the Pyrenees during stage 7 in the shape of the Aspin and Tourmalet passes, the latter being the “roof” of the Tour at an altitude of 2,110m.
This second edition will conclude with a 22km individual time trial around Pau.
7 riders per team.
A live broadcast for two-and-a-half hours each day on France Télévisions’ channels and internationally;
A total of €250,000 will be awarded across the different stage, jersey and team competitions, including €50,000 to the winner of the final general classification.