Castellane (Basses Alpes ... at the time): First week of cycling holidays. About a hundred participants
1929 and 1930
Itinerant weeks: Aubenas-Avignon and Mende-Alès.
Four meetings on the four Sundays of August: Saint-Etienne, Noirmou-tier, Bordeaux, Bayonne
Aurillac (15): 20 participants
Les Eyzies: official resumption of Federal Weeks.
1951 to 1961
Saint-Antonin-Noble-Val: it is the starting point of a new craze for Federal Weeks, with an organizational plan which will be definitively adopted.
Brive: Federal Week is "International", because of the foreign cyclists who frequent it.
Gourdan-Polignan: small club, big Week. 1270 participants.
The 2000 milestone has passed.
Narbonne: each participant receives a packet of weekly route maps provided by Michelin.
Indicator arrows on the routes, each day in a different color.
Libourne: removable federal sanitary facilities in galvanized sheet.
Haguenau: the milestone of 5,000 participants is crossed.
A week in Ile de France with 3,500 participants.
Guingamp: the Cap des 8000 has been reached.
Wed: the 12,000 participants mark has been crossed (12,093).
Bourg-en-Bresse: more than 2,000 volunteers and 15 commissions. Sign of the times: a motorhome area.
Quimper: 15,000 participants. It's too much for local traffic. Federal Weeks will soon be capped at 13,000 participants.
Saint-Pourçain-sur-Sioule: a Federal Week in the countryside. 5,000 inhabitants, 12,000 cycle tourists.
Albi: 13,000 participants.
Epinal: 13,000 participants.
Loudéac: Brittany wins you "Coeur de Breizh"