Virtual L’Étape

Virtual L’Étape

The second edition of the Virtual L’Étape Australia by Tour de France will take place during the Tour de France (26 June – 18 July).
How to watch the 2021 Tour de France

How to watch the 2021 Tour de France

The 108th edition of the Tour de France will start on Saturday 26 June from Brittany. This year again, SBS will be the home of the Tour de France, with many different ways to follow the race and the addition of a brand new show.
Tour de France Official Products

Tour de France Official Products

Get ready for the biggest cycling race in the world: get your products today, show your colours and enjoy the Tour de France on SBS from Saturday 26 June to Sunday 18 July!
Date announcement

Date announcement

Following extensive consultation with Councils and communities, we are thrilled to announce the date for the 5th edition of L’Étape Australia by Tour de France: Sunday 28th November 2021
Cancellation

Cancellation

Lateral Events, in consultation with the State Authorities and in agreement with Kiama Municipal Council, the Shoalhaven City Council and the Wingecarribee Shire Council, have decided to cancel L’Étape Australia by Tour de France due to the inclement weather forecast this weekend in NSW.
2021 Riders’ Guide

2021 Riders’ Guide

L’Étape Australia by Tour de France Official Riders’ Guide is the where all the practical information about the event is available. We recommend all participants and supporters to download the Riders’ Guide and familiarise themselves with the content.
7 tips to improve your climbing

7 tips to improve your climbing

It doesn’t matter if you love them or hate them, you’ll be encountering big climbs when riding L’Étape Australia so here are seven tips to help you become a better climber.
Transport

Transport

In order to reduce L’Étape Australia carbon footprint and minimise traffic congestion, L’Étape Australia encourage participants to travel to the event by train.
Remedies for muscle cramps

Remedies for muscle cramps

While many people believe that muscle cramps are caused by dehydration, there is growing evidence that this may not be the leading cause.
Are you overtraining?

Are you overtraining?

Overtraining sometimes happens when our enthusiasm for training overshadows our body’s ability to absorb our training load.