Fan Parks

Fan Parks

The Tour de France Fan Parks are free events where you can watch the Tour de France live on the giant screen, follow the stage of the day, relive its highlights, and enjoy the festival atmosphere that the Tour brings. The perfect place for supporters to come together and celebrate cycling. Visitors will enjoy the best interactive activities, pop-up cycling focused retail stalls, cafés, bars, and cycling demonstrations. Enjoy the days racing then party into the night!

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Fan Parks map © ASO / VéloGogo
  1. Stage and giant screen: live race footage, early evening highlights, live music, evening cinema screenings, celebrity appearances from the world of sport, music and television...
  2. Cycling and retailers village: equipment manufacturers, spinning challenges, interactive activities including stunt riders...
  3. Promotion of regions: promotion of French regions and landscapes
  4. Bars and restaurants: market stalls, street food trucks, pop-up French restaurants, selection of wines, beers and spirits, festival atmosphere...
  5. Tour de France universe: Tour de France museum, official jerseys, replica podium Champs-Elysées, photo archives...
  6. Official boutique: official Tour de France boutique
  7. VIP area: private tents and garden, with wine tasting, private bar, a premium view on the stage and giant screen, celebrity appearances...

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Will Peter Sagan complete the 2014 Tour de France without winning a single stage?

  • Yes, the pure sprinters will beat him72.36%
  • No, he'll win stage 19 in Bergerac18.23%
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