How can I follow the race?
Those with a subscription to Eurosport (via discovery+ Sports and Entertainment Pass) or GCN+ are in luck, both will broadcast the action from all eight stages.
Sunday 24 July – first stage
Paris (Tour Eiffel) to Paris (Champs-Élysées), 82km
Monday 25 July – stage two
Meaux to Provins, 136km
tuesday 26 july – phase three
Reims to Epernay, 133km
Wednesday 27 July – stage four
Troyes to Bar-sur-Aube, 127km
Thursday 28 July – stage five
Bar-le-Duc to Saint-Dié-des-Vosges, 175.6 km
Friday 29 July – stage six
Saint-Die-des-Vosges to Rosheim, 128.6 km
Saturday 30th July – stage seven
Selestat to Le Markstein, 127.1km
Which teams will ride the Tour de France Femmes?
In total there are 24 teams in action. All 14 teams of the Women’s WorldTour will be in attendance…
Women’s WorldTour Teams
Canyon-Sram, EF Education-Tibco-SVB, FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope, Human Powered Health, Liv Racing Xstra, Movistar, Roland Cogeas Edelweiss, BikeExchange-Jayco, DSM, Jumbo-Visma, SD Worx, Trek-Segafredo, UAE Team ADQ, Uno-X.
While the top three Women’s Continental teams of the 2021 season will be there…
Women’s Continental Teams
Ceratizit-WNT, Parkhotel Valkenburg, Valcar-Travel & Service.
Race organizer ASO has invited the following seven teams…
AG Insurance-NXTG, Arkéa, Cofidis, Le Col-Wahoo, Plantur-Pura, Stade Rochelais Charente-Maritime and St Michel-Auber93 WE.