The British want to organize the start of the tour in 2026

The British want to organize the start of the tour in 2026

Bike Road – The Tour de France will partially run through Great Britain in 2026. With a total investment of 40 40 million, the infrastructure needs to be improved.

Great Britain wants to host the start of the Tour de France in 2026. In addition to the so-called Grand Depart, stages are planned in England, Wales and Scotland, according to the Ministry of Finance in London. Rishi Sunak, head of the department, plans to spend a total of 40 40 million on sports applications when he presents his budget on Wednesday.

In addition to the start of the tour, Great Britain is also aiming to host the 2025 Women’s Rugby World Cup. As Ministry, part of the money will be used to campaign for a joint application with Ireland for the 2030 Men’s World Cup. More announced.

The move is part of a government plan to improve infrastructure outside London and the relatively affluent Southeast and create the same living conditions across the country. About 95 per cent of the investment for the start of the tour and 75 per cent of the cost of the Rugby World Cup is planned outside of Southeast England.

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