The SRO Racing event has been a part of the Tour de France since 2020. It is one of the few races that takes place during the day and is not a night race. In fact, it's the only one that runs on a Sunday as well. That gives the rider's many opportunities to rest up before the start of the week long Tour. Here are a few things to know about this race and what to look for in the race itself.
The name is French and means “small road race.” This is because the course of the race is very short. The race starts out on the left hand side of the road and goes directly to the end of the road where it finishes. This allows the race riders to enjoy their first sight of the countryside after they have traveled from Paris to Roubaix. The race also features two climbs that are just over 200m long. These will really test the legs and the riders will need to be on top of their game at all times.
The race is run over five stages. The first of those stages is made up of three parts. They are all pretty short but the first one is by far the most difficult. This starts with an uphill sprint that has been used in the Tour for years. The race then travels to the town of Amougies in the first half of the stage. This is a good place to rest up and take in the view of the area.
At the end of the course ends the second part of the race. It consists of a circuit race that includes some short and steep climbs. These are used to allow the riders to break away and set up a bunch sprint.
There are many fans of SRO racing that prefer this type of racing over traditional road races. It can be tough at times but the fans will look forward to it.
Look for the SRO racing event this year and you will enjoy the excitement of the Tour de France. Make sure that you get in the race early and get some good rest so that you are ready for the start of the week.
You can find the official website for SRO racing at their site. You can also watch the races on many other websites that are available online as well.
SRO racing is a great way to get a glimpse of what the Tour de France has to offer. Check it out and enjoy watching the Tour de France when you go to France to watch the race.