Tour de France 2013 Stage 13 Details

Stage 13 of Tour de France 2013 is a 173 km flat stage from Tours to Saint-Amand-Montrond. Despite the course is suitable for the pure sprinters, the small climb close to the finish line may cause a selection.


DATE: July 12 2013, Friday
START-FINISH: Tours (95 m) > Saint-Amand-Montrond (162 m)

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Stage Profile

Tour de France 2013 stage 13 profile
Tour de France 2013 stage 13 profile

Mountain passes & hills

Km 77.5 – Côte de Crotz, 1.2 kilometre long climb at 4% – category 4

Intermediate sprint

Km. 112.5, Saint-Aoustrille

Tour de France 2013 stage 13 intermediate sprint
Tour de France 2013 stage 13 intermediate sprint

Last kilometers

Tour de France 2013 stage 13 last kms
Tour de France 2013 stage 13 last kms

Stage Map

Start: Tours

Hotel de Ville, Tours
Hotel de Ville, Tours

Tours is a city in central France, the capital of the Indre-et-Loire department.It stands on the lower reaches of the river Loire, between Orléans and the Atlantic coast. Touraine, the region around Tours, is known for its wines, the alleged perfection (as perceived by some speakers) of its local spoken French, and the Battle of Tours in 732. It is also the site of the Paris–Tours road bicycle race. Tours is the largest city in the Centre region of France, although it is not the regional capital, which is the region’s second-largest city, Orléans.

Tours Cathedral Saint-Gatian
Tours Cathedral Saint-Gatian

Finish: Saint-Amand-Montrond

Saint-Vic Museum, Saint-Amand-Montrond
Saint-Vic Museum, Saint-Amand-Montrond, France

Saint-Amand-Montrond is a commune in the Cher department in the Centre region of France.A small town of farming and a little light industry situated some 26 miles (42 km) southeast of Bourges, at the junction of the D951 with the D300 and D2144 roads. The town was built in the basin of the eastern banks of the Cher River which separates it from the commune of Orval, to which it is connected by two bridges.

A small river, the Marmande, joins the Cher here, and the canal de Berry crosses the commune from southeast to southwest. Some flooding is common because of the nearby marshes. The town is the capital of the small region of Boischaut, known for its woodland and cattle pastures.

M. Özgür Nevres

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