Maurice Garin, winner of the first Tour de France standing on the right. The man on the left is possibly Leon Georget (1903)
The team presentation in Nice
Fabian Cancellara pictured at the 2010 Tour de France. He is the rider who has worn the yellow jersey as leader of the general classification for the most days without having ever been the overall winner
Bernal at the 2019 Tour de France
Richard Virenque pictured at the 2003 Tour de France wearing the polka dot jersey. He won the mountains classification a record seven times.
Leaders of the young rider, general and points classifications Egan Bernal, Julian Alaphilippe and Peter Sagan, respectively, lining up before stage 19 of the 2019 Tour de France
Alessandro Petacchi in the green jersey
Marc Hirschi wearing a face mask is interviewed after the 2nd stage. The journalist is maintaining a physical distance between him and the cyclist using a pole with the microphone attached to the end.
Andy Schleck in the white jersey
Tadej Pogačar, Paris, stage 21.
Prize money in 2013 Euros in the Tour de France.
A collected peloton in the 2006 Tour de France
Bradley Wiggins riding the stage 9 individual time trial of the 2012 Tour de France
Altitude profile of the Alpe d'Huez climb
Vehicles from the 2014 Tour de France Publicity Caravan
Start of the 2015 Tour de France in Utrecht
Part of the crowd during most days of the Tour is Didi Senft who, in a red devil costume, has been the Tour devil since 1993.
School book by Augustine Fouillée under the 'nom de plume' G. Bruno.
Spectators' banner during the 2006 Tour de France

The 2020 Tour de France was the 107th edition of the Tour de France, one of cycling's three Grand Tours.

- 2020 Tour de France

Traditionally, the bulk of race is held in the month of July, with the only exception to this since the conclusion of World War II being the COVID-19 pandemic, delaying the race in 2020 to August 29, 2020.

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Tadej Pogačar in 2020

Tadej Pogačar

Slovenian cyclist who currently rides for UCI WorldTeam.

Slovenian cyclist who currently rides for UCI WorldTeam.

Tadej Pogačar in 2020
Tadej Pogačar on victory podium (Stage 3, 2022 Tour of Slovenia)
2019 Tour of California
In 2020, Pogačar won the Slovenian National Time Trial Championships for the second year in succession.
Pogačar winning a Slovenian cyclo-cross race in Ljubljana
Pogačar on 2022 Tour of Slovenia

He won the 2020 and 2021 editions of the Tour de France, winning three different jerseys during each Tour, something unseen in nearly four decades.

Chris Froome

British road racing cyclist who currently rides for UCI WorldTeam.

British road racing cyclist who currently rides for UCI WorldTeam.

Froome at the 2007 Tour of Britain, during his first season as a professional
Froome on the 2008 Tour de France's final Champs-Élysées stage in Paris, riding in his first season for
Froome and Juan José Cobo, on stage 19 of the 2011 Vuelta a España. Cobo was subsequently disqualified for doping, and Froome declared the winner.
Froome riding in support of Bradley Wiggins at the Tour de France, where he finished second to Wiggins in the general classification
Froome during the time trial at the 2012 Olympics, finishing the race with the bronze medal
Froome in the leader's jersey on stage five's individual time trial at the 2013 Tour de Romandie
Froome beat Nairo Quintana to win stage 15 of the 2013 Tour de France.
Froome wearing the leader's jersey on stage six of the 2014 Critérium du Dauphiné
Froome wearing the yellow jersey during stage thirteen of the 2015 Tour de France
Froome on Stage 18 of the 2016 Tour de France
Froome at the 2017 Tour de France
Froome on the podium in Madrid after winning the 2017 Vuelta a Espana
Froome (right) on the Colle delle Finestre on Stage 19 of the 2018 Giro d'Italia shortly before his decisive solo attack.

He has won seven Grand Tours: four editions of the Tour de France (in 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2017), one Giro d'Italia (2018) and the Vuelta a España twice (2011 and 2017).

In his first official team interview posted on 17 January 2020, Froome confirmed that he had been given the green light to begin full training following the rehab stage of his recovery and participated in a training camp with several teammates in Gran Canaria, citing his big focus as getting to the 2020 Tour de France with the ambition of getting his fifth overall victory.

The 2013 polka dot jersey, worn by Pierre Rolland

Mountains classification in the Tour de France

The 2013 polka dot jersey, worn by Pierre Rolland
Ide Schelling in the 2021 polka dot jersey

The mountains classification is a secondary competition in the Tour de France, that started in 1933.

2020: Tadej Pogačar

A breakaway of riders during the 2021 Giro d'Italia

Grand Tour (cycling)

A breakaway of riders during the 2021 Giro d'Italia

In road bicycle racing, a Grand Tour is one of the three major European professional cycling stage races: Giro d'Italia, Tour de France, and Vuelta a España.

Five riders have won three individual classifications open to all riders (general, mountains, young and points classifications) in the same race: Eddy Merckx in the 1968 Giro d'Italia and 1969 Tour de France and 1973 Vuelta a España, Tony Rominger in the 1993 Vuelta a España, Laurent Jalabert in the 1995 Vuelta a España, Marco Pantani in the 1998 Giro d'Italia, and Tadej Pogačar in the 2020 Tour de France and 2021 Tour de France.

Wout van Aert wearing the white jersey at the 2019 Tour de France

Young rider classification in the Tour de France

Wout van Aert wearing the white jersey at the 2019 Tour de France

The young rider classification is a secondary competition in the Tour de France, that started in 1975.

On seven occasions a cyclist has won the young rider classification and the general classification — Laurent Fignon in 1983, Jan Ullrich in 1997, Alberto Contador in 2007, Andy Schleck in 2010, Egan Bernal in 2019 and Tadej Pogačar in 2020 and 2021.

Bernal in 2019

Egan Bernal

Colombian cyclist who rides for UCI WorldTeam.

Colombian cyclist who rides for UCI WorldTeam.

Bernal in 2019
Bernal wearing the leader's jersey at the 2018 Tour of California
Bernal at the 2019 Tour de France
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In 2019 he won the Tour de France, becoming the first Latin American rider to do so, and the youngest winner since 1909.

At the Tour de France, Bernal was in the top ten of the general classification from stage 2 to stage 14, and led the young rider classification for five stages, but having been 59 seconds behind the leader after stage 14 he lost considerable time on the next two days, after which he withdrew from the race with back pain.

Peter Sagan in 2016

Peter Sagan

Slovak professional road bicycle racer who currently rides for UCI ProTeam.

Slovak professional road bicycle racer who currently rides for UCI ProTeam.

Peter Sagan in 2016
Sagan at the 2010 Tour of California, where he finished eighth overall as well as winning the sprints and young rider classifications.
Sagan at the 2012 Tour of Flanders, where he finished in fifth place.
Sagan at the 2012 Tour de France. Sagan won the points classification, winning three stages during the race.
Sagan, wearing the green jersey as leader of the points classification, at the 2013 Tour de France
Sagan performs a victory salute on the third stage of the 2013 USA Pro Cycling Challenge
Sagan in the 2014 Tour de France, wearing the green jersey
Sagan at the 2015 Scheldeprijs
Sagan during the 2015 Tour de France
Sagan at the 2016 Paris–Roubaix
Sagan claimed his second monument at the 2018 Paris–Roubaix, defeating Silvan Dillier in a two-up sprint at Roubaix Velodrome.
Sagan, wearing the green jersey of points classification leader, at the 2018 Tour de France.

He has won a number of classics, including the Monument races Paris-Roubaix and Tour of Flanders, three Gent–Wevelgem races and E3 Harelbeke, together with eighteen stages in Grand Tours: twelve at the Tour de France, four at the Vuelta a España, and two at the Giro d'Italia.

At the Tour de France, Sagan failed to win a stage and finished second to Sam Bennett in the points classification.

Prudhomme in 2018.

Christian Prudhomme

Prudhomme in 2018.

Christian Prudhomme (born 11 November 1960) is a French journalist and general director of the Tour de France since 2007.

During the 2020 Tour de France, Prudhomme tested positive for COVID-19.