The Tour de France did their official 2015 route presentation this week. Now it’s time for all the tour companies to get their Tour de France trips in place. You can expect details of these tours to be released in the upcoming months. While many cycling tour companies do trips built around following the Tour each year, there are only 6 companies that are Tour de France Official Tour Operators, as designated by the ASO.
The 2013 Tour de France has hit the midway point, and there is so much epic cycling happening right alongside the pro action.
Last month the six official Tour de France tour operators were profiled. This month I have an in depth interview with Will Maley, the operations manager for Sports Pulsions.
**Update: This article was published in 2013 and keeps getting lots of hits. Please see the new list of Tour de France Official Tour Operators for 2015. Enjoy!
The 100th edition of the Tour de France starts in just over a week! While many cycling tour companies do trips built around the annual Tour itinerary there are only 6 companies that are Tour de France Official Tour Operators, as designated by the ASO (organizers of the Tour de France).
On The Road Cycling Tours has partnered with the Movistar professional cycling team to bring you a pro-style VIP experience at the Tour de France and Vuelta Espana for 2013.
The Tour de France trip features the TTT in Nice and the first week in the Pyrenees. Two trip dates are scheduled for the Vuelta Espana; the starting weekend, and the final week chasing mountain stages.