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The 2018 Tour de France will experiment with a new type of stage on Wednesday, and with the finish line in Paris fast approaching, Stage 17 could throw a wrench into the general classification.

At just 65 kilometres long, Stage 17 will be a mad run for the finish line at the top of the Col de Portet. The peloton will start on a grid, and the race start won’t be neutralised.

Global Cycling Network took a look ahead at the unique stage:

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