Plymouth History: Tour de France 1974

Plymouth made history in 1974 by becoming the first place in Britain to host a stage of the Tour de France. Despite just two British riders taking part in the iconic race, the city was selected to play a part in the 61st staging of the world-famous cycling event, which got underway on June 27th in...

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By Mike Page Posted: 18/03/19 Updated: 18/03/19

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