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Paris Tour (2021)

The Paris Tour was the forty-sixth tour of Mario Kart Tour , which began on June 16, 2021 and ended on June 29, 2021. The tour introduced a third Paris course, Paris Promenade 3 , being the first tour to introduce a new course and a non-variant course since the April–May 2021 Sydney Tour four tours prior, while also introducing a new variant of Luigi in a painter outfit from Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit , which in turn is based on Mario 's painter outfit and cap from Mario Paint and the Mario Artist series respectively. Peach (Vacation) and Pauline (Rose) also made a return for the second week spotlight. This was the third tour after the Snow Tour and the Bowser vs. DK Tour to have two special pipes. This tour's Coin Rush course was RMX Rainbow Road 1 , which was reused from the Super Mario Kart Tour .

The menu's background featured the Eiffel Tower as the landmark for this tour, which was reused from the two previous Paris -themed tours, the 2019 Paris Tour and the Valentine's Tour . This was also the first tour with the same name as a previous tour to not appear in the same or consecutive years, as well as the first tour overall to feature only one R/T classic course .

From this tour onwards, the title screen image is changed every tour to the image shown when first starting a tour, except for the tours that take place two tours after Team Rallies, in which case the title screen still shows the two team captains with the winning team in front, or when no data from the currently-played tour is downloaded.

Starting from this tour, the Choco Macharon is available in regular tour pipes, including the All-Clear Pipe.

  • 1 Spotlights
  • 2 Special pipes
  • 3.1 Signature kart sets
  • 4 Today's Challenge
  • 6.1 Drivers
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  • 9.2 Paris Pipe 1
  • 9.3 Paris Pipe 2
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  • 9.5 Tricolor Yoshi Pipe
  • 10 Token Shop
  • 11 Tier Shop
  • 12 Profiles
  • 13 Names in other languages
  • 14 References

Spotlights [ edit ]

Special pipes [ edit ].

Names in other languages

Pull Ahead Pipe

Tricolor Yoshi Pipe

Cups [ edit ]

Signature kart sets [ edit ].

Drivers with a corresponding cup were bumped one rank up in every course of their cup.

Today's Challenge [ edit ]

Players' most recently used kart and glider are chosen, and favourite and favored ones have extra priority. Opponents are arranged randomly. On day 1 of this tour, players finish a race in 3DS Rock Rock Mountain in the Monty Mole Cup using Donkey Kong for a free pipe launch. Starting from day 2, players have to finish a race in the earliest incomplete course that is not in any of the ranked cups using the driver shown on the course's thumbnail every day to obtain the corresponding reward in the table below. Once all of the courses are completed, the courses are selected at random.

Rewards [ edit ]

Gold cells indicate rewards that are exclusive to Gold Pass members.

New content [ edit ]

Drivers [ edit ].

Luigi (Painter)

Luigi (Painter)

Karts [ edit ]

Blue Turbo Yoshi

Blue Turbo Yoshi

Paintster

Lime Tea Coupe

Gliders [ edit ]

Flying Easel

Flying Easel

Courses [ edit ]

Paris Promenade 3 (N, R, T, R/T)

Paris Promenade 3 (N, R, T, R/T)

Paid banners [ edit ]

Challenges [ edit ], initial pipe appearance rates [ edit ], all-clear pipe [ edit ].

The All-Clear Pipe randomly shot out one of the following regular High-End items.

Paris Pipe 1 [ edit ]

Paris pipe 2 [ edit ], pull-ahead pipe [ edit ], tricolor yoshi pipe [ edit ], token shop [ edit ].

The limited-time event where event tokens appeared began on June 16, 2021 and ended on June 29, 2021. Event tokens could be earned from landing hits with bananas.

Tier Shop [ edit ]

The shop featured a variety of set and randomized items available for purchase. The item slots in the shop are unlocked based on the highest tier of players.

Profiles [ edit ]

  • " The Wedding Tour is wrapping up in #MarioKartTour . The next tour will take place in the city of art: it's the Paris Tour! Rumor has it that an approaching driver is ready to make some art of their own. " [1]
  • " The latest tour begins today in Paris, the city of art! Your driving will have to be a work of art in the Paris Tour in #MarioKartTour . " [2]

Names in other languages [ edit ]

References [ edit ].

  • ^ @mariokarttourEN. (June 11, 2021). Twitter . Retrieved June 11, 2021.
  • ^ @mariokarttourEN. (June 16, 2021). Twitter . Retrieved August 22, 2021.
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To visit Paris in a 2CV, pick-up and drop-off can take place at your hotel's front door or any other location in the centre of Paris. Bookable for 1 hour, 2 hours, 3 hours, half a day or a full day, our drivers and their 2CVs will take you to the four corners of the capital to discover the city as you've never seen it before.

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Weekend in Paris – 2024 guide to visits and itineraries

First st time I went to Paris, it was for a long weekend that I will never forget. I thought that by being well organized, I would be able to see everything in 2 days. But Coco always has eyes bigger than her stomach. Obviously, it is impossible to discover all the treasures of Paris in just 2 days of visiting. I therefore had to make a choice to optimize my 2 days in Paris and plan an itinerary which brings together the sites most interesting to me.

PARIS IN 2 DAYS - My itinerary with map and info

If you are going to Paris for the first time and you want, above all, to see the most beautiful sites of the City of Lights, then here is a guide to the most beautiful visits to do and my advice so that your two days in Paris are truly successful !

You will find ideas for visiting Paris in 2 days but above all itineraries to take on foot to discover the most beautiful places in the city with their Google Maps.

So go in sneakers and don't forget your bottle of water! That said, those who don't like walking can take a taxi or the metro for longer distances or for returning to the hotel in the evening.

How to visit Paris in a weekend?

You have several possibilities to visit Paris in a weekend:

  • Panoramic tour of Paris + cruise on the Seine + visit to the Eiffel Tower
  • Private tour of Paris with a guide
  • Discover Paris by bike
  • Tour of Paris by tourist bus
  • Sightseeing tour in 1 day + shopping day in Paris
  • Or combine 2 days of walking tours by following my itineraries, the details and map of which you will find below.

Not all the monuments and museums in Paris can be visited in one weekend, it's totally impossible. However, it is interesting to discover them from the outside if only to admire the majestic architecture.

Depending on your tastes and your pace of visit, you may be able to select one or two for a quick visit. For my part, it is the museum of Orangery which I had selected for a complete visit because my favorite painter Claude Monnet painted the most beautiful frescoes in the world there (this is simply my opinion): the nymphs . But those who prefer the smile of Mona Lisa can take a little tour of the immense Louvre Museum.

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Program and itinerary for your first day in Paris

This first day is quite busy but allows you to see the most emblematic sites of Paris. Here is the program and the itinerary that I propose to you:

  • In the morning, you will leave the Trocadéro, pass through the Champs de Mars to arrive at the Eiffel Tower via the Esplanade des Invalides.
  • At the end of the morning you can visit the Musée d'Orsay.
  • At midday, a lunch break can be had right next to the Musée d'Orsay at the Deux Margots restaurant.
  • Louvre Museum – See where is the Mona Lisa in the Louvre ;
  • Orangerie Museum ;
  • And, passing through the Tuileries Gardens, you will reach the Grand Palais
  • At the end of the afternoon, head to the Champs-Élysées which is a must-see shopping in Paris and that you will walk along to the Arc de Triomphe
  • The evening will be under the theme of romance with a dinner cruise on the Seine.

To avoid getting lost, I recommend that you follow the Google Maps route below on foot:

View from Montmartre on the Sacré Coeur

Program and itinerary for your second day in Paris

This second day is less busy than the first but just as interesting.

I suggest a walking tour to discover the Paris of the Middle Ages with the Holy Chapel and its 15 glass roofs and 1 stained glass windows and of course the Notre-Dame cathedral who knew how to resist the flames and still stands upright and proud in the heart of Paris.

The circuit also passes through the Pantheon which houses the remains of the greatest men in the political and cultural history of France but above all through a series of museums for all tastes (Modern art with the Centre Pompidou , Cubism and surrealism with the Picass Museum o and entertaining with the Grévin wax museum).

In France, we always say that we keep the best for last . And for me, the best of Paris is Montmartre , its hill, its typical neighborhoods, its alleys, its bistros and its Basilica of the Sacred Heart .

Sacré Coeur to visit during a weekend in Paris

Without forgetting a little shopping in Paris and a party night in the legendary Moulin Rouge cabaret!

Here is the recommended itinerary for this second day which allows you to discover the other emblematic sites of the French capital on foot:

  • Holy Chapel
  • Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral
  • Picasso Museum
  • Centre Pompidou
  • Lunch: Restaurant le Pharamond (24 Rue de la Grande Truanderie)
  • Musee Grevin
  • Basilica of the Sacred Heart
  • Evening at the Moulin Rouge

To do this tourist circuit, I advise you to follow the Google Maps route below on foot:

Sacré Coeur stage of my visit to Paris in 2 days

Dream evening for a weekend in Paris

If you want your weekend in Paris to be unforgettable, I recommend that you book a dream evening: Dinner at the Eiffel Tower + romantic cruise + show at the Moulin Rouge

Where to stay to visit Paris in 2 days?

For your short stay or weekend in Paris, an apartment rental can be a good accommodation solution. I recommend a nice apartment with an ideal location to make the visits of my walking tours of the essentials of Paris.

If you prefer a hotel, here is the one I recommend: Ibis Montmartre . I chose this hotel because I love this area but it was mainly to save money because it has very good value for money.

On the other hand, for those who have a more flexible budget, I recommend a 5-star hotel that is very well located and ideal for a romantic weekend in Paris: the Juliana Hotel !

It is one of the best 5-star hotels located right next to the Eiffel Tower and only a 10-minute walk from the Seine cruise departures. In addition to its proximity to the Eiffel Tower, the Champs de Mars and the Champs Elysées, its main advantage is having a beautiful terrace on the 7th floor.

If you only have one day to visit Paris, here is how to visit Paris in 1 day or maybe half a day: Visit Paris in 1 afternoon or want to continue around Paris: What to visit around Paris and if you want to take another city tour in France, why not weekend in Bordeaux or visit of Marseille in 2 days or a short stay in Toulouse ?

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By Melissa Liebling-Goldberg

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From ancient Roman times to the medieval period to the French Revolution to the 20th century World Wars, history has stacked on top of itself in key locations all over Paris. Find out exactly where to retrace the steps of the famous—and infamous—throughout the City of Lights, from royal gardens to market streets and grand boulevards. On these walks, which range from short and scenic to long and layered, you'll do it all: go canal-side, where the guillotine fell, find out where famous painters lived and died, and much more. Our list of Paris' best historic walks has something for ever level of history-lover.

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This sprawling, spectacular park is the beating heart of Paris' public spaces. Standing proudly between the Louvre and Place de la Concorde, and along much of the Seine's Right Bank in the 1st Arrondissement, Tuileries Garden ("Jardin des Tuileries") has a history as long and distinguished as it is impressive, from its inception as an aristocratic playground in the 16th century, to becoming a public space in the 17th century, to serving as the site of numerous French Revolution skirmishes in the 18th century. With more than 55 acres, the park offers plenty of room to stroll and lots of photo ops. Keep an eye out for Auguste Rodin's iconic "Le Baiser" ("The Kiss") on the West Terrace. If you have anywhere to go in this part of Paris, skip the taxi or the metro and walk there on foot through the Tuileries. You'll see something different every time.

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Place de la Concorde is the largest public square in Paris, originally created in honor of Louis IV but probably best known for being the spot of the French Revolution's guillotine executions, including his successor Louis XVI. This majestic spot connects the end of the Tuileries Gardens and the beginning of the Champs-Élysées. The Luxor Obelisk, an ancient Egyptian obelisk mounted in the place in the 1830s, anchors the open space. It's a busy intersection of multiple streets, so expect traffic on your way to cross to see the obelisk and the gorgeous lateral views.

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The Place de Bastille is an open square where the infamous Bastille prison once stood—and fell, igniting the French Revolution. The Colonne de Juillet in the center commemorates the revolution of 1830, as well. This is a spot that is heavily trafficked by Parisians, whether heading out for dinner, shopping, or home. You'll see a broad cross-section of the city there, which is a nice counter-balance to the weighty historical events that have unfolded there.

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Ile St. Louis Paris Walks

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Île Saint-Louis is known for the elegance and grandeur of its hôtel particuliers, developed by builder Christophe Marie and designed by Louis Vau (the architect of Versailles). Built over a 30 year period in the 17th century, the houses on the island diverged from the typical wealthy homes of the time by focusing on the views outward over the Seine, rather than into an interior courtyard. The island, which was originally two natural islands that were combined in a feat of engineering, remain pristine examples of architecture from the 17th and 18th centuries. Architecture and design buffs will love the island for its historical importance, but also for the quality of the buildings like the famed Hotel Lambert. And of course, the views are unparalleled.

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The Jardins des Plantes, or Botanical Gardens, is a popular park for families (members of all ages!) to visit. Not only are the trees and plants gorgeous to explore, but the garden is part of the National Museum of Natural History (Muséum Nationale d'Histoire Naturelle) so there are multiple exhibition spaces throughout, as well as a zoo. Built in 1898 for the World's Fair, the structure housing the Galerie de Paléontologie et d’Anatomie is also worth seeing for the historic architecture, and the kids will enjoy seeing the dinosaur skeletons inside!

Pont Alexandre III Paris Bridge

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This ornate and elaborate bridge was inaugurated in 1900 to time with the Exposition Universelle in 1900, echoing the Beaux-Arts style of the Grand Palais and the Petit Palais it leads to. The name of the bridge commemorates the signing of the Franco-Russian Alliance of 1892, signed by Tsar Alexander III. During the day, the bridge is a major crossing between the Left and Right banks. On the Rive Droite, you alight at the Grand Palais and the Petit Palais, leading to the Champs-Élysees. On the Rive Gauche, you arrive at the grassy expanse of the Invalides. That means you'll pass a mix of tourists and locals day and night, many of whom stop and take photos.

Canal St. Martin Paris

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Canal Saint-Martin runs through one of the hippest neighborhoods in Paris. While the canal itself was commissioned in 1802 by Napoleon I to bring fresh water into the city, the vibe is distinctly contemporary with some of Paris's hottest restaurants, cafés and bars scattered alongside it. The contrast of the urban (think graffiti) with the placid (think canal tour boats) is one of the distinct charms of the walk.

Place de Furstenberg Paris walks

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Built in the 6th century, Place de Furstenberg (technically a road, not a plaza) was originally attached to the Saint-Germain-des-Prés Abbey. It owes its current name and form to Cardinal Guillaume-Egon de Furstenberg, who initiated a renovation and extension to the Abbatial Palace in 1586. The main reason most tourists will find themselves in the Place de Furstenberg is if they are visiting the Musée National Eugène Delacroix. The famous French painter lived on the Rue de Furstenberg and his former home has been converted into a popular museum dedicated to his work.

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Nestled in the side streets of the charming and hip Marais, the Place de Vosges is the oldest square in Paris (it was originally part of Henri II and Catherine de Medici's palace before being opened up to the public by Henri IV). Ringed on all sides by arched walkways and red brick buildings, the square has a symmetrical layout of trees leading into a central garden. You'll often find students picnicking or studying while small children run through the dusty paths. It's a perfect landmark to orient yourself around in the popular neighborhood.

Place de la Rpublique Paris

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The Place de la République is now the largest public plaza in Paris, following a renovation that was finished in 2013. Originally known as the Place du Château d’Eau, the plaza took on its current rectangular shape under Haussmann. At 918 feet by 394 feet, the plaza is a large gathering place for Parisians thanks to family-friendly activities and a café with outdoor seating. While you walk to see the famous statue of Marianne (the female embodiment of the French Republic) in the center of the plaza, you'll see a mix of Parisians and tourists utilizing the space.

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Walking along the Seine is always magical, but the Quai Voltaire on the Left Bank offers the extra-charming addition of les bouquinistes, the beloved booksellers that have wooden stands along the elevated sidewalk. Catch long views over the Seine towards the Louvre to the west and Notre Dame on the east, or turn away from the river to gaze at the buildings on the south side of the street, which include the art shop Sennelier, frequented by artists from Cézanne to Picasso.

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The Marché Président Wilson (a.k.a. Marché d'Alma) is the largest of the open air food markets in Paris, popping up in the 16th Arrondissement every Wednesday and Saturday. You'll find a mostly local crowd strolling through the stalls packed with every cheese, meat, fruit and vegetable to choose from, with many vendors having been at the market for years. Running alongside the market are several top museums if you want to combine art and food—spot cutting-edge art at the Palais de Tokyo and fashion at the Palais Galliera.

Parcs des Buttes Chaumont Paris

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Unlike most of the rest of the major parks in Paris, this is a natural space without any rigid formality. The 62-acre park, opened in 1867 as part of the Paris Universal Exposition, is built on a former quarry; there are rocky elevations to traipse up with amazing views of the city, including Sacre Couer in nearby Montmartre. And seeing as it's in the 19th arrondissement, you can expect an authentic Parisian experience, off the beaten tourist path—you'll likely need to take a quick metro or taxi ride to get there.

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This is Paris on a grand scale. The Place du Trocadéro sits in the midst of the curving wings of the Palais de Chaillot, before giving way to the sloping Jardins du Trocadéro below. With perhaps the best view of the Eiffel Tower in the city (you are elevated directly across the Seine from it), you are constantly experiencing multiple historical eras at once. Stroll easily across the open place or take a meandering walk through the garden (more exercise if you reverse the order and work your way up.)

Rue SaintJacques Walks Paris

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One of the oldest (if not the very oldest) street in Paris dates back to when it was a major artery of the Roman city Lutetia, well-traveled in medieval time by those making the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, which housed the remains of the apostle Saint James. Nowadays, Rue Saint-Jacques cuts through the Sorbonne, offering up plenty of student foot traffic throughout the day. You'll be excused for your own intellectual curiosity in looking at the buildings where many of France's first printing presses were located, a claim to fame for the street.

Galerie Vivienne Paris

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Galerie Vivienne is a covered shopping arcade, originally built in 1823 and designed by architect François-Jean Delannoy. It remains open to the public for shopping in a mix of high-end boutiques (Jean-Paul Gaultier opened his first flagship in the arcade in 1986, for example). The glass and steel roof lets in sunlight down to the mosaic floors, making this a uniquely beautiful way to shop and stroll on your way to the nearby Palais-Royal .

Rue des Rosiers Paris Storefront

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Rue des Rosiers was the main street of the Jewish portion of Paris (known in Yiddish as "Pletzl"). While the Marais is no longer a Jewish neighborhood, traces of the original inhabitants remain on this pedestrian street, now filled with chic boutiques sitting alongside traditional bakeries. Young Parisians flock to the stores for shopping outings, while tourists often come for strudel and bagels at longtime establishments like Sacha Finkelsztajn.

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Square René-Viviani is a charming and intimate garden (named for a former Prime Minister of France), offering spectacular views of the nearby Notre Dame Cathedral. The star of the square is the oldest living tree in Paris, a black locust, said to have been planted in 1601 by Jean Robin, who was the herbalist and gardener to Henri III, Henri IV, and Louis XII. There is also a fountain, created by artist Georges Jeanclos, that tells the story of St. Julien but also stands to commemorate the Jewish children killed during the Vichy regime.

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Paris Olympics: What to know and who to watch during the cycling competition

FILE - Thomas Pidcock, of Britain, celebrates after his victory at the men's elite class UCI mountain bike World Cup cross country cycling event in Beaupre, Quebec, Sunday, Oct. 8, 2023. The defending mountain bike gold medalist will be heavily favored to repeat. (Jacques Boissinot/The Canadian Press via AP, File)

FILE - Thomas Pidcock, of Britain, celebrates after his victory at the men’s elite class UCI mountain bike World Cup cross country cycling event in Beaupre, Quebec, Sunday, Oct. 8, 2023. The defending mountain bike gold medalist will be heavily favored to repeat. (Jacques Boissinot/The Canadian Press via AP, File)

FILE - Jennifer Valente of Team United States celebrates after winning the track cycling women’s omnium points race at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Sunday, Aug. 8, 2021, in Izu, Japan. Valente upset the favored British team in the multi-discipline omnium on the track in Tokyo. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena, File)

FILE - Netherland’s Mathieu van der Poel celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win the men’s Paris Roubaix, a 260 kilometer (162 miles) one-day-race, at the velodrome in Roubaix, northern France, Sunday, April. 7, 2024. van der Poel and Wout van Aert, of Belgium are the favorites for the road race. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena, File)

FILE - Belgium’s Wout Van Aert climbs as the Mont Blanc is seen in the background during the 16th stage of the Tour de France cycling race, an individual time trial over 22.5 kilometers (14 miles) with start in Passy and finish in Combloux, France, Tuesday, July 18, 2023. Van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel, of the Netherlands, are the favorites for the road race.(AP Photo/Thibault Camus, File)

FILE - United States’ Hannah Roberts competes in the Cycling BMX Freestyle Women’s Park Qualification for the 2024 Olympic Qualifier Series held in Shanghai, Friday, May 17, 2024. The five-time and reigning BMX freestyle world champion finished second at the Tokyo Games. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan, File)

FILE - Chloe Dygert of the United States competes during the women’s cycling individual time trial at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Wednesday, July 28, 2021, in Oyama, Japan. The reigning time trial world champion also will compete in the road race and the team pursuit. (Tim de Waele/Pool, File)

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A roadmap to follow for cycling — BMX freestyle and racing, time trial and road racing, track cycling and cross-country mountain biking — during the Paris Olympics:

Athletes to Watch

—Chloe Dygert, United States: The reigning time trial world champion also will compete in the road race and the team pursuit.

—Hannah Roberts, United States: The five-time and reigning BMX freestyle world champion finished second at the Tokyo Games.

—Wout van Aert, Belgium, and Mathieu van der Poel, Netherlands: They are the favorites for the road race.

—Tom Pidcock, Britain: The defending mountain bike gold medalist will be heavily favored to repeat.

—Jennifer Valente, United States: She upset the favored British team in the multi-discipline omnium on the track in Tokyo.

Storylines to Follow

—After cycling was largely an afterthought in Rio and Tokyo, where the sport is not as popular, it should take center stage in Paris coming on the heels of the Tour de France. The iconic Grand Tour will end in Nice, rather than its customary finish on the Champs Elysee, because of the Summer Games.

—Britain and the Netherlands have been the dominant nations in cycling, but the U.S. will have one of its strongest teams in several Summer Games. Chloe Dygert (time trial) and Hannah Roberts (BMX freestyle) are heavy favorites to win gold, and there are up to a dozen other riders across the disciplines with a chance to stand on the podium.

FILE - Maggie Steffens of the United States celebrates after scoring during the women's water polo final against Hungary at the World Aquatics Championships in Doha, Qatar, Friday, Feb. 16, 2024. Steffens is the highest scoring woman in Olympics history with 56 goals. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man, File)

Cycling is one of the few sports that takes place every day of the Summer Games. The schedule has changed this year, with the men’s and women’s time trials taking the place of the men’s road race on July 27, the day after the opening ceremony. Mountain bike moves up to Days 2 and 3 of the program before BMX freestyle and racing take center stage. The men’s and women’s road races are Aug. 3 and 4 before the final week is dominated by track cycling at Vélodrome National de Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines outside Paris.

Reigning Champions

—Women’s Road Race: Anna Kiesenhofer, Austria.

—Men’s Road race: Richard Carapaz, Ecuador.

—Women’s Time Trial: Annemiek van Vleuten, Netherlands.

—Men’s Time Trial: Primoz Roglic, Slovenia.

—Women’s Mountain Bike: Jolanda Neff, Switzerland.

—Men’s Mountain Bike: Tom Pidcock, Britain.

—Women’s BMX Racing: Beth Shriever, Britain.

—Men’s BMX Racing: Niek Kimmann, Netherlands.

—Women’s BMX Freestyle: Charlotte Worthington, Britain.

—Men’s BMX Freestyle: Logan Martin, Australia.

—Women’s Track: Jennifer Valente, United States, among others.

—Men’s Track: Matthew Walls, Britain, among others.

AP Summer Olympics: https://apnews.com/hub/2024-paris-olympic-games

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Paris Olympics: What to know and who to watch during the cycling competition

Thomas Pidcock, of Britain, celebrates after his victory at the...

Thomas Pidcock, of Britain, celebrates after his victory at the men's elite class UCI mountain bike World Cup cross country cycling event in Beaupre, Quebec, Sunday, Oct. 8, 2023. The defending mountain bike gold medalist will be heavily favored to repeat. Credit: AP/Jacques Boissinot

A roadmap to follow for cycling — BMX freestyle and racing, time trial and road racing, track cycling and cross-country mountain biking — during the Paris Olympics:

Athletes to Watch

—Chloe Dygert, United States: The reigning time trial world champion also will compete in the road race and the team pursuit.

—Hannah Roberts, United States: The five-time and reigning BMX freestyle world champion finished second at the Tokyo Games.

—Wout van Aert, Belgium, and Mathieu van der Poel, Netherlands: They are the favorites for the road race.

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—Tom Pidcock, Britain: The defending mountain bike gold medalist will be heavily favored to repeat.

—Jennifer Valente, United States: She upset the favored British team in the multi-discipline omnium on the track in Tokyo.

Jennifer Valente of Team United States celebrates after winning the...

Jennifer Valente of Team United States celebrates after winning the track cycling women's omnium points race at the 2020 Summer Olympics, Sunday, Aug. 8, 2021, in Izu, Japan. Valente upset the favored British team in the multi-discipline omnium on the track in Tokyo. Credit: AP/Christophe Ena

Storylines to Follow

—After cycling was largely an afterthought in Rio and Tokyo, where the sport is not as popular, it should take center stage in Paris coming on the heels of the Tour de France. The iconic Grand Tour will end in Nice, rather than its customary finish on the Champs Elysee, because of the Summer Games.

—Britain and the Netherlands have been the dominant nations in cycling, but the U.S. will have one of its strongest teams in several Summer Games. Chloe Dygert (time trial) and Hannah Roberts (BMX freestyle) are heavy favorites to win gold, and there are up to a dozen other riders across the disciplines with a chance to stand on the podium.

Netherland's Mathieu van der Poel celebrates as he crosses the...

Netherland's Mathieu van der Poel celebrates as he crosses the finish line to win the men's Paris Roubaix, a 260 kilometer (162 miles) one-day-race, at the velodrome in Roubaix, northern France, Sunday, April. 7, 2024. van der Poel and Wout van Aert, of Belgium are the favorites for the road race. Credit: AP/Christophe Ena

Cycling is one of the few sports that takes place every day of the Summer Games. The schedule has changed this year, with the men's and women's time trials taking the place of the men's road race on July 27, the day after the opening ceremony. Mountain bike moves up to Days 2 and 3 of the program before BMX freestyle and racing take center stage. The men's and women's road races are Aug. 3 and 4 before the final week is dominated by track cycling at Vélodrome National de Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines outside Paris.

Reigning Champions

—Women's Road Race: Anna Kiesenhofer, Austria.

—Men's Road race: Richard Carapaz, Ecuador.

—Women's Time Trial: Annemiek van Vleuten, Netherlands.

—Men's Time Trial: Primoz Roglic, Slovenia.

—Women's Mountain Bike: Jolanda Neff, Switzerland.

—Men's Mountain Bike: Tom Pidcock, Britain.

—Women's BMX Racing: Beth Shriever, Britain.

—Men's BMX Racing: Niek Kimmann, Netherlands.

—Women's BMX Freestyle: Charlotte Worthington, Britain.

—Men's BMX Freestyle: Logan Martin, Australia.

—Women's Track: Jennifer Valente, United States, among others.

—Men's Track: Matthew Walls, Britain, among others.

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