Tour de France
Cruise the French countryside and follow the peloton as the cyclists make their way through the 2,000 miles of the annual Tour de France.Filed under:
The polka-dot jersey goes to the "King of the Mountains," or that day’s best climber. The polka-dot jersey was introduced in 1975, but the title has been a part of the race since 1933.
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