The final stage of the race, after which the winner is crowned.
Stage 7 is relatively short but features huge climbs in the mountains.
Stage 6 - the longest of the race - takes riders into the mountains.
Stage 5 of the race favours sprinters as they travel from Boen-sur-Lignon to Voiron.
The fourth stage is a 26.1km time trail in Roanne.
Stage 3's 172km features a flat route favouring sprinters.
The riders face another roller coaster on Stage 2 as the race moves into the Auvergne.
Highlights of the Critreium du Dauphin, the traditional warm up for the Tour de France.
Highlights of the final stage of the Criterium du Dauphine.
Action from Stage 6 of the race.
Best bits from the fifth stage, which finishes at Valmorel ski resort.
Best bits from Stage 4 of the race, featuring a summit finish.
Highlights from the Team Time Trial Stage in the Criterium du Dauphine.
Best bits from Stage 2 - another hilly course from Montbrison to Belleville en Beaujolais.
Highlights from a hilly first stage from Valence to Saint-Just-Saint-Rambert.
Gary Imlach presents highlights of the Prologue in Valence.