The International « Tour de la Guadeloupe » Race takes place every year, from July 31th to August 9th, and this year is the 65th edition!
The Tour de la Guadeloupe includes 9 stop-offs, and the most important stage is “the wall of St-Claude” (7.5 km from Gourbeyre, Basse-Terre). Last year, the Venezuelan cyclist, Jhon Nava Cavajar, won the race.
This year, the “Race Against the Clock” stages in St-Claude and Les Abymes will define who is the winner is. For 9 days, Guadeloupeans will show their support to the competitors, and bike lovers often stay on the roadside all day to cheer their champions!
Delve into this unique experience, the #1 sport in the Guadeloupe Islands is celebrated by people of all ages!
PROLOGUE – July 31th, 4:00 pm in Pointe-a-Pitre. (5.5 km)
FIRST STAGE– August 1st, 10:00 am from Pointe-a-Pitre to Sainte-Anne. (157.6 km)
SECOND STAGE– 1st Section: August 2nd, 9:00 am from Sainte-Anne to Gourbeyre.(100km)
THIRD STAGE– August 3rd, 10:00 am from Gourbeyre to Anse-Bertrand. (154 km)
FOURTH STAGE– August 4th, 10:00 am from Anse-Bertrand to Vieux-Habitant. (142.6km)
FIFTH STAGE– August 5th, 10:00 am from Vieux-Habitants to Goyave. (148.7km)
SIXTH STAGE– August 6th, 10:00 am from Goyave to Pointe-Noire. (146 km)
SEVENTH STAGE– August 7th, 10:00 am from Pointe-Noire to Le Moule. (151 km)
EIGHTH STAGE– 1st Section: August 8th, 9:00 am from Le Moule to Les Abymes. (97.1km)
2nd Section: August 8th, 5:00 pm from Les Abymes to Les Abymes.
(Race Against the Clock, individual, 20km)
NINTH STAGE– August 9th, 13:00 pm from Les Abymes to Basse-Terre. (123km)