The race will start in Florence, visit Marco Pantani's home town, and stop in Turin before crossing the Alps into France.
It will be the first time in the event's history that the race will finish so far from Paris.
Race organizer says a third of country’s population turned out to view the race.
Pat McQuaid says relegation risk is rife with pitfalls that could hurt teams and riders and perhaps even backfire in the fight against doping.
Commentary: The bar for women’s race TV coverage is higher than ever, ASO fell short at Liège-Bastogne-Liège
Live TV coverage has long been pointed to as one of the key components in developing women's cycling and we must expect more than the minimum from organizers.
According to the UCI president, Paris-Roubaix owner ASO is also open to the idea of moving the cobbled classic out of its long-standing spot in April.
ASO officials confirm more details about the highly anticipated Netflix docu-series that will track eight teams across the 2022 Tour de France.
It's 100 days until the Tour de France, and anticipation is already growing about how winds will play a key factor in Denmark's opening weekend.
Lefevere confirms details on Netflix Tour de France project with preliminary filming set to start soon
'People are already coming to our service course next week to make the first recordings,' says Belgian team boss after verbal agreement is reached.
Report in the 'The Telegraph' indicates Netflix, Tour organizers ASO, and eight top-tier teams could collaborate in next streaming smash.
Tour de Hoody: A string of guaranteed start spots takes the edge off teams holding out for a Tour de France miracle.
Have Tour de France organizers delivered a course that's meant to derail Tadej Pogačar? Or is the Slovenian slugger built for any speed?
Some say it's not enough, others say it's a promising start — our editors take a deeper dive at the route of the Tour de France Femmes.
The complete stage list and map of the 2022 Tour de France route: A balanced course with five summit finales and two time trials.
The inaugural edition will start in Paris and push east to finish in the Vosges.
How ASO handles the question of prize money for the Tour de France Femmes could set the tone of the conversation going into 2022's inaugural edition.
'We’re in it for the long term, and we want to build something sustainable,' said Zwift's Kate Veronneau.
A full house is expected to pack the Palais des Congrès on Thursday along with a live online video presentation of the respective routes.
Woman holding the infamous sign faces a French court this week and could see a fine of 15,000 euros and up to one year in a French jail.
ASO will present the full parcours of the 2022 Tour de France on Thursday. Here’s what those in the know are expecting to see and what it might mean.
The Italian brand will be the official supplier of the leader's jersey at the Tour de France, Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift, and the L’Étape du Tour.
Here's the news making headlines for Saturday, September 25.
Zwift has inked a four-year deal to become presenting sponsor of the new Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift, starting in 2022.
Deal across all ASO races marks end of era for Mavic and its iconic yellow vehicles.
29.2 kilometers of cobbles to be featured in 116 km Hell of the North
Prudhomme says ASO will use similar safety measures introduced after terror attacks in 2015.
From the positive cases at the UAE Tour to the canceled final stage at Paris-Nice, the story of how pro cycling's 2020 season halted due to COVID-19.
Vuelta director hopes to see Egan Bernal at start of 2020 Vuelta.
There are a number of perplexing questions around how the remainder of the 2020 racing calendar could potentially play out – which races will still be held, how competing races will be scheduled.
Race organizers maintain that they are working with the UCI to find alternate dates for these pro cycling races in the 2020 calendar.
LATEST: Amstel Gold postponed, Tour of Flanders postponed, Paris-Roubaix postponed, Fleche-Wallone postponed, Liege-Bastogne-Liege postponed, Giro d'Italia postponed.
Paris-Nice organizer ASO is limiting spectator access to the race after a decree by the French government cancelled all public gatherings larger than 1,000 people.
Thierry Gouvenou spends his days searching the roads of France and beyond to plan the routes for the Tour de France and other ASO races.
The verdict on Chris Froome's appeal against ASO's decision to exclude him will be delivered Wednesday, three days before the grand depart.
Tour de France organizers have formally blocked Chris Froome from competing in this year's race, but he is expected to fight the move.
Tour de France organizer ASO denied reports by an Australian website that it would exclude Chris Froome from the Tour.
The director of the Tour de France is growing impatient and wants to see a final ruling on Froome's anti-doping case.
Six months before the Tour starts in Düsseldorf, ASO has announced it will take over the company that runs Eschborn-Frankfurt.
The ASO comes out on top in latest reform agreement
Wang Jianlin, whose Dalian Wanda Group purchased the Ironman brand last year, might also be interested in ASO — and the Tour.
The Tour director Christian Prudhomme wants motorized cheating sorted out before the ASO talks with the UCI about rejoining WorldTour.
Cannondale boss Jonathan Vaughters hopes the ASO/UCI feud will be resolved and is concerned that Tour could exclude his WorldTour team.
The Tour de France is a formidable weapon in ASO's power struggle with the UCI and its WorldTeams, says Cannondale boss Jonathan Vaughters.
Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme says the 2017 Tour will trim its peloton size to 20 teams and as few as 13 WorldTour squads.
In a rejection of proposed reforms, ASO will pull all of its races — including the Tour de France — from the WorldTour starting in 2017.
The Cannondale-Garmin team founder discusses a variety of issues with VeloNews as his team gears up for another Tour de France
A roundup of some of the top stories in the days before the start of the 2015 Tour de France
Amid conflicting reports and threats from ASO, RCS Sport confirms it supports the UCI's proposed calendar and structural reforms
Medalist Sports' contract to produce the Tour of California may be taken over by Tour de France organizer ASO
The ASO has threatened to pull out of the UCI’s professional racing calendar next year should planned reforms continue to stall
The ASO has announced a partnership with Dimension Data to improve the viewing experience for its suite of cycling events
The UCI tries to do too much, and it needs to focus on its strengths, reduce conflicts of interest, according to The Outer Line
The former UCI chief has wide-ranging recommendations for growing the business side of professional cycling
The northern England county says it will work with ASO to host a three-day event beginning in May 2015
ASO announces wildcards for 2014 classics
World champion, others lead an effort to convince ASO to run a women's Tour alongside the men's race, starting in 2014
A late bus and ASO's indecision adds to Tour's first-day chaos and spoils Corsica's party
ASO partners with national center of monuments in France to create a light and sound show around the dusk arrival of the centenary peloton
Italy's grand tour has made progress in recent years to gain value and respect among the peloton
Tour boss reaffirms his position that the 1999-2005 Tours de France should be without a winner