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Tour de France Street Views on Google Maps

The 2008 Tour de France, the world’s largest cycle race, 23-day, 21 stage bicycle race, reaches it’s climax on Sunday 27th July 2008, as the cyclists complete the 3,500 kilometres 2008 Tour de France and finish the final day stage in Paris, when they reach the finish line on the Champs Elysees.

This year, Tour de France fans and race cycling supporters, around the world, have been able to enjoy a more online interactive experience of the world’s most famous cycle race, thanks to Google launching their new Steet View 360 degrees panoramic street-level views of the exact route for the 2008 Tour de France. Thanks to the new Google Map application, Street View.

Online visitors, can follow the exact route, all 3,500 kilometres, that the Tour de France cyclists have had to complete over the 23-day race. Sit back, relax, infront of your computer, and by moving your computer mouse, you will be able to complete the 2008 Tour de France, without having to build up a sweat. Thanks to Street View on Google Maps.

To view the Tour de France 2008 cycle race route, on Street View, via Google Maps, peddle your computer mouse to this Street View link HERE

To learn how to operate Street View, Google’s 360 degrees panoramic street level views, view this Street View instruction video HERE

For all the latest news and results for the 2008 Tour de France visit the official Tour de France website HERE

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