The Tour de France will reach its 13th stage on Saturday, and it's Bradley Wiggins who currently holds a lead of two minutes and five seconds over the field. David Millar was the winner on Friday for stage 12, edging Jean-Christophe Peraud at the finish line.
As for where the cyclists will be Saturday, they'll ride from Saint-Paul-Trois-Chåteaux to Le Cap d'Agde. That's a 217km stretch for the riders, which is the second longest to this point on the Tour.
Here is a map of where they'll ride.
As for where you can catch all of the action on NBC Sports Network at 5 a.m. PST. That's a 8 a.m. start for you folks on the east coast.
The main storyline to watch for will be if anyone can make up ground on Wiggins in the standings. He has a pretty comfortable lead, but there's still plenty of riding left to do.
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