How Many French Fries Do You Have to Eat to Finish the Tour de France? Find Out with Help from Wolfram|Alpha. The Tour de France is a multi-day bicycle race which ends in Paris on the Champs-Elysee, a very big street in the center of the city.
I like the Tour de France. No, actually: I love the Tour de France. Growing up in the Netherlands, each year for three weeks this would be the main event on the Dutch television. We only had two channels at that time so, yes, there wasn’t much else on. But still. The “NOS”, the Dutch public television organization, would broadcast it daily for the last hour or two before the stage finish.
The Tour de France is a multi-day bicycle race which ends in Paris on the Champs-Elysee, a very big street in the center of the city. It typically starts in different places each year and sometimes even starts in nearby countries. The most challenging and popular stages are typically in the mountainous regions of the Alps and the Pyrenees.
The length of the Tour de France varies each year but is typically over 2,000 miles. Or, according to Wolfram|Alpha, over 3,219 kilometers. Or 0.29 the length of the Moon’s equator. Or 0.82 the distance from New York to Los Angeles.
Biking such a long distance requires energy. A lot of energy. I was curious about how much and compare the energy to an amount of known food that I like. I like to eat a lot of things but one of my favorite staple foods is potatoes. Boiled, mashed, or in the form of french fries, it is all good. So, since we are talking about France, let’s use french fries. And yes, I should note here that french fries were most likely invented in Belgium and are also commonly known as pommes frites.
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