Le Tour de France – My video of Stage 7

Le Tour de France – My video of Stage 7

The 2018 Tour de France ended on the 29th of July with a victory in Paris for Welshman, Geraint Thomas. It was a hard fought race until the penultimate stage in the mountains of the Pyrenees.

Before Geraint could win the ultimate prize in cycling, he would have to complete 21 stages over 3 weeks totalling  3,349 km.

We travelled from Scotland to see five stages of this year’s race and the second of those was Stage 6 on the 12th of July in Brittany, near the village of Saint Germain du Corbeis, marked with the red arrow on the following maps.

This is the overall Tour map with our location for Stage 7 shown by the red arrow.



This is the Stage 7 map with our location shown by the red arrow.


This is the satellite view of our location for Stage 7 with our parking place shown by the red arrow. The riders came from left to right.


The original blog post describing our day at Stage 7 can be found HERE but the following video was not edited in time to include it with the blog.

This is the video of the riders passing us on Stage 7 of the 2018 Tour de France.

Dylan Groenewegen – Holland – Team Lotto NL – Jumbo
Fernando Gaviria Rendon – Spain – Quick-Step Floors
Peter Sagan – Slovakia – Bora Hansgrohe

Greg Van Avermaet – Belgium – BMC Racing Team
Geraint Thomas – Great Britain – Team Sky
Tejay Van Garderen – United States – BMC Racing Team

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