June 28, 2022 2 min read
You guys loved our previous pub quizzes (and our TDF quiz last year), so we thought, why not test our TDF knowledge once again in a 'Friday Pub Quiz' special in celebration of the Tour de France.
VeloGames Fantasy League
Before we get to the quiz questions, we are excited to say that we have set up our very own See.Sense TDF Fantasy League Game, where we will be giving away an ICON3 Rear Light, RRP £99.99 to whoever is at the top of the league! The best team name will also win a See.Sense accessory bundle. So why not play along with us? You will need to have your team set up by Friday 30th June at 2 PM (UK) at the very latest.
👉 VeloGames Link
League Name: See.Sense TDF Super League
League Code: 840493126
Difficulty Rating: ⚠️⚠️⚠️ ⚠️ Moderate > Advanced
All the answers are multiple choice with 4 options, then the answers are revealed at the end (so don't scroll down too far until you've completed the quiz). Enjoy & let us know how you get on.
1: This year there are 21 teams competing in the men’s event with 8 riders on each team. Which team contains the most French riders?
2: The men’s Tour is starting in Denmark this year, which was originally planned for 2020. In which city is the grand Depart taking place?
3: This year will see the return of the Tour De France Femmes with an 8-day stage race. Breaking from tradition, the first stage takes place on the Champs Élysées in Paris. Where will the women’s race finish?
4: What year did the Tour De France Femmes last take place?
5: Who is the oldest rider due to start the men’s Tour De France?
6: By contrast, who will be the youngest participant starting the men’s Tour?
7: In the men's race, which peak is the highest elevation during this year's Tour?
8: In the men’s race there will be the much-awaited return of Cobbled sectors on Stage 5 from Lille to Arenburg. How many cobbled sectors will there be?
9: Which of the following men’s riders is not a debutant and has ridden the Tour De France before?
10: The women's race was previously called La Course and took place on just 1 day, coinciding with the finish of the men’s race. Who was the last winner of La Course in 2021?
1. C: B&B Hotels - KTM - 6 Riders
2. B: Copenhagen
3. D: La Planche De Belle Filles
4. D: 1989
5. A: Phillipe Gilbert - 39 years and 361 days
6. D: Quinn Simmons - 21 years and 54 days
7. C: Col du Galibier (2642 m)
8. C: 11
9. D: Fred Wright - Took part in 2021
10. A: Demi Vollering
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