(Nose Hit News Service/Paris, France) Just hours before Tour De France organizers planned release of de 2011 race route, Le Wiki Leeki (a French organization that is not on strike) allegedly unveiled portions of the route and uncorked the champagne themselves. French authorities are redundantly calling it a faux hoax. Included in the leak were details of new starting cities, a time trial in the Basque town of Testostero'ne, and a full map pictured below.
Stages 1 & 2
Stage 1, according to Le Wiki Leeki, takes place after the traditional prologue in Paris and follows the traditional flat start to the tour taking riders 135 miles from Clenbuterol, originally settled by Russian immigrants and finishes in Cera, known for its potent blood red wine. Stage 2, the group contends, continues through the northern part of the country with an undulating 120 mile circumnavigation of the wine producing country between Vino and Landis'eille.
Stages 6 & 7
The first week of the tour ends with a bumpy ride, according to the Leeki, as the road tilts up for the first time. Of particular interest is stage 7, which Wiki says will depart in Aach-Gee-Aach and finish 145 miles and three Category 2 climbs later in the Belgian town of Balco.
These three stages take riders from through the heart of the Pyrenees Mountains in the middle of the 2nd week says Leeki. While stage 9 from E'peeo to Cortisone features 3 HORS rated climbs, stage 10 ending in the ski resort town of Puerto is certain to be a pivotal stage Le Wiki reports, since it will be followed by a stage 11 time trial from Homologous to Mayo, where mayonnaise was invented.
Full 2011 Tour Route Map