Dates of the Tour de France 2022 | Schedules, stages, dates and times

This gives riders another element to consider with the Danish stages set to provide a stunning backdrop and challenging rides for the event.

Once the riders have crossed Denmark for Dunkirk, they will move on to more familiar territory before finishing in typical Paris fashion.

RadioTimes.com brings you all the dates and times you need to know in the 2022 Tour de France calendar.

We’ve also put together the full start list so you can check which riders will be competing from the start on the continent.

When does the Tour de France 2022 start?

The race starts on Friday, July 1, 2022 and will last three weeks.

The event will end on Sunday July 24, 2022the last stage to take place in Paris.

Route and program of the Tour de France 2022

Friday, July 1: Stage 1

Copenhagen to Copenhagen, 13.2 km – ITT

Saturday July 2: Stage 2

From Roskilde to Nyborg, 202.5 km

Sunday July 3: Stage 3

Vejle to Sonderborg, 182 km

Monday, July 4: Rest day

Tuesday July 5: Stage 4

Dunkirk to Calais, 171.5 km

Wednesday July 6: Stage 5

Lille to Wallers-Arenberg, 157km

Thursday July 7: Stage 6

Binche to Longwy, 220km

Friday July 8: Stage 7

Tomblaine at La Super Planche des Belles Filles, 176.5 km

Saturday July 9: Stage 8

Dole to Lausanne, 186.5 km

Sunday July 10: Stage 9

Eagle to Châtel Les Portes du Soleil, 193km

Monday July 11: rest day

Tuesday July 12: Stage 10

Morzine to Megeve, 148.5 km

Wednesday July 13: Stage 11

Albertville to Col de Granon, 152km

Thursday July 14: stage 12

From Briançon to Alpe d’Huez, 165.5km

Friday July 15: stage 13

Bourg d’Oisans to Saint-Etienne, 193km

Saturday July 16: Stage 14

Saint-Etienne to Mende, 192.5 km

Sunday July 17: Stage 15

Rodez to Carcassonne, 202.5 km

Monday July 18: rest day

Tuesday July 19: Stage 16

Carcassonne to Foix, 178.5 km

Wednesday July 20: Stage 17

Saint-Gaudens to Peyragudes, 130km

Thursday July 21: Stage 18

From Lourdes to Hautacam, 143.5km

Friday July 22: Stage 19

Castelnau-Magnoac in Cahors. 188.5km

Saturday July 23: Stage 20

Lacapelle-Marival to Rocamadour, 40.7km – ITT

Sunday July 24: Stage 21

Paris La Defense to Paris (Champs-Élysées), 116km

Tour de France 2022 start list: Tteams and riders

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Geoffrey Bouchard (fra)

Mikael Cherel (Fra)

Benoît Cosnefroy (FRA)

Stan Dewulf (Bel)

Bob Jungels (Lux)

Olivier Naesen (Bel)

Ben O’Connor (Australia)

Aurélien Paret-Painter (Fra)

Astana Qazaqstan

Samuele Battistella (Ita)

Joe Dombrowski (USA)

Fabio Felline (Italy)

Dmitry Gruzdev (Kaz)

Alexei Lutsenko (Kaz)

Gianni Moscon (Italy)

Simone Velasco (Italy)

Andrei Zeits (Kaz)

Bahrain Victorious

Damiano Caruso (Ita)

Kamil Gradek (Poland)

Jack Haig (Australia)

Matej Mohoric (Slo)

Luis Leon Sanchez (Spa)

Dylan Teuns (Bel)

Jan Tratnik (Slo)

Fred Wright (UK)

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Jack Bauer (NZ)

Luke Durbridge (Australia)

Dylan GroenewegenNed

Amund Grondahl Jansen (Nor)

Christopher Juul-Jensen (Lair)

Michael Matthews (Australia)

Luka Mezgec (Slo)

Nick Schultz (Australia)

Bora Hansgrohe

Felix Grosschartner (Aut.)

Marco Haller (Aut.)

Lennard Kamna (All)

Patrick Konrad (Aut.)

Nils Politt (Germany)

Maximilien Schachmann (Germany)

Danny van PoppelNed

Alexander Vlasov (Russia)

Cofidis

Bryan Coquard (fra)

Simon Geschke (Ger)

Ion Izagirre (Spa)

Victor Lafay (fra)

Guillaume Martin (FRA)

Anthony Perez (fra)

Benjamin Thomas (fra)

Max Walscheid (Germany)

DSM

Romain Bardet (fra)

Alberto Dainese (Italy)

John Degenkolb (Germany)

Nils Eekhoff (Ned)

Chris Hamilton (Australia)

Andreas Leknessund (Nor)

Martijn Tusveld (Ned)

Kevin Vermaerke (USA)

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Alberto Bettiol (Italy)

Stefan Bissegger (Switzerland)

Magnus Cort (Lair)

Owain Doull (UK)

Rubén Guerreiro (Por)

Neilson Powless (USA)

Jonas Rutsch (Germany)

Rigoberto Uran (Col)

Groupama-FDJ

Antoine Duchesne (Can)

David Gaudu (fra)

Kevin Geniets (Hol)

Stefan Küng (Switzerland)

Olivier Le Gac (Fra)

Valentin Madouas (Fra)

Thibaut Pinot (fra)

Michael Storer (Australia)

Ineos Grenadiers

Jonathan Castroviejo (Spa)

Filippo Ganna (Italy)

Daniel Martinez (Col)

Tom Pidcock (GB)

Luke Rowe (GB)

Geraint Thomas (UK)

Dylan van BaarleNed

Adam Yates (UK)

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Sven Erik Bystrom (Nor)

Kobe Goossens (Bel)

Alexander Kristoff (Nor)

Louis Meintjes (SA)

Andrea Pasqualon (Ita)

Adrien Petit (fra)

Taco van der Hoorn (Ned)

Georg Zimmermann (Ger)

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Simon Clarke (NZ)

Chris Froome (UK)

Jakob Fuglsang (Lair)

Omer Goldstein (Isr)

Hugo Houle (Can)

Daryl Impey (SA)

Krists Neilands (lat.)

Michael Woods (Can)

Jumbo Visma

Tiesj Benoot (Bel)

Steven Kruijswijk (Ned)

Sepp Kuss (USA)

Christophe Laporte (fra)

Primoz Roglic (Slo)

Wout van Aert (Bel)

Nathan Van Hooydonck (Bel)

Jonas Vingeard (Lair)

Loto Soudal

Caleb Ewan (Australia)

Frederik Frison (Bel)

Philippe Gilbert (Bel)

Andreas Kron (Lair)

Brent Van MoerBel

Reinardt Janse van Rensburg (SA)

Florian Vermeersch (Bel)

Tim Wellens (Bel)

Movistar

Imanol Erviti (Spa)

Gorka Izagirre (Spa)

Matteo Jorgenson (USA)

Enric Mas (Spa)

Gregor Mühlberger (Aut.)

Nelson Oliveira (por)

Albert Torres (Spa)

Carlos Verona (Spa)

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Kasper Asgreen (Lair)

Andrea Bagioli (Ita)

Mattia Cattaneo (Italy)

Mikkel Frolich Honoré (Lair)

Fabio JakobsenNed

Yves Lampaert (Bel)

Michael Morkov (Lair)

Florian Senechal (Fra)

Trek-Segafredo

Giulio Ciccone (Ita)

Tony Gallopin (fra)

Alex Kirsch (Lux)

Bauke Mollema (Hol)

Mads Pedersen (Lair)

Quinn Simmons (USA)

Toms Skujins (Lat)

Jasper Stuyven (Bel)

United Arab Emirates team

George Bennett (NZ)

Mikkel Bjerg (Lair)

Marc Hirschi (Switzerland)

Stake of Vegard Laengen (Nor)

Rafal Majka (pol)

Brandon McNulty (USA)

Tadej Pogacar (Slo)

Marc Soler (Spa)

ProTeams

Alpecin-Fenix ​​(Bel)

Silvan Dillier (Switzerland)

Michael Gogl (Aut.)

Alexander Krieger (Germany)

Jasper Philipsen (Bel)

Edouard Planckaert (Bel)

Kristian Sbaragli (Italy)

Mathieu van der Poel (Ned)

Guillaume Van Keirsbulck (Bel)

Arkea-Samsic

Warren Barguil (fra)

Maxime Bouet (Fra)

Amaury Capiot (Bel)

Hugo Hofstetter (fra)

Matis Louvel (Fra)

Lukasz Owsian (pol)

Nairo Quintana (Col)

Connor Swift (UK)

B&B Hotels-KTM

Cyril Barthe (fra)

Franck Bonnamour (fra)

Alexis Gougeard (fra)

Jeremy Lecroq (FRA)

Cyril Lemoine (fra)

Luca Mozzato (fra)

Pierre Rolland (fra)

Sebastian Schonberger (Aut.)

TotalEnergies

Maciej Bodnar (pol)

Edvald Boasson Hagen (Nor)

Mathieu Burgaudeau (fra)

Pierre Latour (fra)

Daniel Oss (Ita)

Peter Sagan (Svk)

Anthony Turgis (fra)

Alexis Vuillermoz (FRA)

UK viewers can watch the Tour de France 2022 live on Eurosport and Discovery+. Live coverage of each stage will be broadcast between Eurosport 1 and Discovery+ encompassing all of their online coverage.

Alternatively, Amazon Prime members can get a free 7-day trial of the Eurosport channel. After the free trial, the Eurosport channel costs £6.99 per month. Amazon Prime costs £7.99 per month, but is accessible with a 30-day free trial.

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