Paris–Tours is a French single-day classic cycling race held every October from the outskirts of Paris to the cathedral city of Tours It is a fairly flat course through the Chevreuse and Loire valleys; the highest point is 200m, at Le Gault-du-Perche. It is known as the “Sprinters' Classic” because it frequently ends in a bunch sprint on the 2.7 km long Avenue du Grammont, in Tours. The 2010 edition of Paris–Tours was the last one to finish on the Avenue de Grammont as a new tram line is to be built in Tours and the race will finish at an alternative location.

Read more about Paris–Tours:  History, The Route, Classic Races and Riders, The Autumn Double, Results

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