The 2012 Tour de France continues along with Stage 10 on Wednesday morning. Stage 10 makes up the 194.5 km trek from Macon all the way to Bellegarde-sur-Valserine and will present a grueling climb after a day of rest on Tuesday.
The stage has three heavy climbs on the route, including a 7.4 percent incline for 17.4 kilometers with a category H climb at Col du Grand Colombier. There is also a category 2 climb for 6.4 kilometers and a category 3 climb for 7.2 kilmometers in the final stretch of the stage at Col de Richemond.
Television coverage of Tuesday's tenth stage of the Tour will begin at 8 a.m. EDT on NBC. Fans can also watch the Tour online with a subscription to Tour de France Live.