Tour de France 2023 Route stage 10: Saint-Ours-les-Roches - Issoire

Tour de France 2023Tuesday 11 July - Stage 10 on the Tour de France sets off from Vulcania, an educational amusement park in Saint-Ours-les-Roches. The 167 kilometres route traverse the Massif Central to finish in Issoire.

The peloton traverses the Chaîne des Puys, which is the youngest volcanic assemblage in mainland France – and it’s far from flat. In fact, the route climbs from the start on a 6.8 kilometres hill at 3.6%. The route then goes down, and up again – this time for 8 kilometres at 4.5%. So we should expect an intrigiuing battle for the breakaway, as all the raw materials are abundantly there.

The route goes either up or down during the entire day. The last climb is 9.2 kilometres long, averaging 4.3%, and crested with 25 kilometres remaining. The rest of the route goes virtually all downhill.

Issoire will see its sixth Tour de France stage finish, although it has been awhile since the last one. In 1983, home rider Pierre Le Bigaut won the 14th stage in the town on the confluance of the rivers Allier and Couze.

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