Of the 3,000+km of the Tour de France, Stage 7 is the one that takes out the biggest chunk. Fortunately for the riders, the longest 2019 stage is also one of the flattest and there should be the chance for some very aggressive cycling from the best sprinters today between Belfort and Chalon-sur-Saône. To see the sights and the cycling from just about anywhere on Earth, be sure to follow our Stage 7 live stream guide of the 2019 Tour de France.
After a hard, hilly Stage 6, last year’s King of the Mountains Julian Alaphilippe finally relinquished the yellow jersey thanks to some impressive climbing by the rest of the field. None more so than Belgian Dylan Teuns, but it’s young Italian Giulio Ciccone who has taken top honours in the general classification.
Yesterday also saw the Team Ineos and reigning champion Geraint Thomas make a move – he and Colombian Egan Bernal are now loitering well within range of the top spots.
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