The 104th edition of the Tour de France started in Düsseldorf, Germany and finished with the now traditional evening circuits around the Champs-Élysées. The 3,540 km race, which stayed entirely on the eastern side of France, was won by Chris Froome of Team Sky, his fourth overall victory. Rigoberto Uran survived the upheaval of his Cannondale team searching for a new sponsor mid-race to take second spot, whilst the latest Great French Hope, Romain Bardet, claimed third .
Team Sky dominated the standings, taking the team prize and all the yellow jerseys except one, but Froome's failure to land a stage win has led some to see the beginning of the end of his dominance. However, his latest Grand Boucle win merely served as the first half of a Grand Tour double that is unique in modern times. It has been 19 years since Marco Pantani won two Grand Tours in the same year and Froome, by finally bettering a string of second place Vuelta finishes, further elevates his position as the best GT rider of his generation.
- Gallery quality Hahnemuhle giclée print
- Limited edition of 40, signed and numbered
Size A2 - 420x594mm, 16 1/2" x 23 3/8"
- Please note this product is unframed