After a grueling Stage 9 filled with gravel at the Tour de France 2024, the riders are now enjoying a well-deserved rest day. The race will resume on Tuesday with Stage 10, a flat stage that may be impacted by wind.

Two-time Tour de France champion Tadej Pogacar continues to lead the race, holding a 33-second advantage over Remco Evenepoel. Defending champion Jonas Vingegaard is in third place, followed by Primoz Roglic and Juan Ayuso. The General Classification standings remained unchanged after the challenging ninth stage, which saw Anthony Turgis emerge victorious.

Stage 10 will cover a relatively flat route through the Sologne forest, with wind potentially posing a challenge. The 187.3-kilometer journey will start in Orleans and finish in Saint-Amand-Montrond, with no significant climbs along the way. Orleans, a familiar Tour de France host city, last saw a stage start in 2001.

The stage is expected to end with a sprint finish in Saint-Amand-Montrond, a location that has seen memorable moments in the past. Will Mark Cavendish add to his TDF legacy, or will Julian Alaphilippe make an appearance? Bonus seconds will be awarded to the top three finishers.

Stage 10 of the Tour de France is 187.3 kilometers long, equivalent to just over 116 miles.

In 2023, Pello Bilbao claimed victory in Stage 10 of the Tour de France, becoming the first Spaniard in five years to win a TDF stage. Bilbao dedicated his win to his late teammate Gino Maeder.

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The Tour de France is a 21-stage event, with the 2024 edition starting in Florence, Italy, on June 29 and concluding in Nice, France, on July 21. Each stage presents unique challenges for the cyclists, with varying distances and terrain.

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