Tour de France 2024 Route stage 7: Nuits-Saint-Georges - Gevrey-Chambertin

Tour de France 2024Friday 5 July - An individual time trial between Nuits-Saint-Georges and Gevrey-Chambertin is set on the Tour de France's seventh day of action. The 25 kilometres long route takes in an elevation gain of almost 300 metres.

The Tour de France never before visited Gevrey-Chambertin, while Nuits-Saint-Georges was a finishing venue in 2017. Back then, the riders came from Troyes, a race of 213.5 kilometres, and Marcel Kittel took the spoils in a photo-finish sprint ahead of Edvald Boasson Hagen.

No photo finish will be needed this time, a clock will do in Nuits-Saint-Georges. The 7th stage of the Tour de France is a time trial through the rolling landscape of Burgundy.

The riders face one climb along the way. The Côte de Reulle-Vergy appears 10 kilometres into the race and goes uphill for 1.5 kilometres with an average gradient of 6.5%. The route continues to climb false flat for almost 4 kilometres before a downihll leads to Chambolle-Musigny. The rest of the route is flat.

The last Tour de France saw only one time trial, an 22.4 kilometres ITT from Passy to Combloux with the shirt and steep Côte de Domancy to pep things up. Jonas Vingegaard stormed to a commanding victory, 1.38 minutes ahead of Tadej Pogacar with Wout van Aert at 2.51 minutes in third.

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