Paris Nice cycle race 2015 route?

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  1. colyboy

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    After our winter visit to Spain, I am planning and hope to see a couple stages of the Paris Nice in March on the way home. I am having trouble finding the 2015 route which I thought would be out now. Any ideas?

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    This was all I could find:

    Maurepas > Maurepas (prologue, 6,7 km)
    Saint-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse (stage 1 departure)

    The rest of the route will be unveiled on Tuesday 3rd February
     
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    Apologies just realised it takes you to 2014
    There is ths though
    The route for the 73rd edition of the Race to the Sun will be unveiled in its entirety on Tuesday 3rd February 2015 during a press conference organised at the headquarters of the Yvelines General Council in Versailles.
     
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    Many thanks - 3rd Feb it is. Seems late to release the route about a month before the race.!

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    A bit of googling seems to indicate a stage finish in St Etienne. It is a little unlike the ASO to unveil the race route so late.
     
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    The are normally quite late announcing the final actual roads being used on the Tour also. Perhaps for Paris Nice they have to consider potential weather related route closures?
     
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    If you can get to Nice for the finish of the race,there is usually a time trial up the col d'Eze in the hills behind the city.Sometimes there is also a finish on the promenade des Anglais(you have a right to get a good view there, being English)If you are Scottish,Welsh, or Irish stand behind the French.lol
     
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    Just seen this Colboy

    http://www.letour.fr/paris-nice/2015/us/overall-route.html

    We are waiting for the Flanders and Paris Roubaix to be announced :confused:
     
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    But the details take you to 2014 results - ASO at their organisational best. Goodness knows how the Tour runs. Grrr ..
     
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