1. 00:00 Mid of sign "Grand Depart" (Grand Start in French)
2. 00:05 Wide of courtyard in the residence of the Ambassador of the Netherlands to France, where Tour de France 2015 press conference was held
3. 00:09 Wide right pan from photographers taking pictures to Tour de France organizers in front of official cars
4. 00:16 Close up of Tour de France sign on the car
5. 00:21 Wide right pan of the press conference room
6. 00:33 Mid setup shot of Christian Prudhomme, Tour de France Director, talking to journalists
7. 00:37 SOUNDBITE (French) Christian Prudhomme, Tour de France Director :
"320,000 inhabitants live in Utrecht, in extremely populated region by Dutch, but of course it is not far from Belgium, it is not far from Germany... so there is a great density of population which will guarantee us a great popular success (Of Tour de France)."
8. 00:55 Mid of Ed Kronenburg, the Ambassador of the Netherlands to France on the left, Christian Prudhomme, Tour de France Director in the middle and Aleid Wolfsen, the Mayor of Utrecht on the right
9.00:59 SOUNDBITE (French) Christian Prudhomme, Tour de France Director :
"Tour de France 2015 will start in Utrecht with an individual trial-time. In 2013 in Corsica, In summer 2014 in Yorkshire, the first stage will be linear and here (in Utrecht) we will be back to the tradition of trial-time departures.
10. 01:16 Mid of screen presenting the way of the First stage of Tour de France 2015 in Utrecht
11. 01:21 SOUNDBITE (French) Christian Prudhomme, Tour de France Director :
"First of all, we are looking for passion, fervour and enthusiasm, and clearly that is what are we going to find in Netherlands and especially in Utrecht."
12. 01:30 Various of promotional video
13. 01:48 Mid of Jan Janssen (on the left) and Joop Zoetemelk (on the right), previous Tour de France winners from Netherlands
14. 01:53 Mid setup shot of Jan Janssen, Tour de France stage winner in 1968, talking to journalists
15. 01:8 SOUNDBITE (French) Jan Janssen, Dutch Tour de France stage winner in 1968 :
"People of Utrecht and surroundings, and from all over Netherlands love bikes, love cycling and the Grand Departure of Tour de France, well, for them - that is a great party."
For the sixth time in the history of Tour de France, the Grand Depart of cycling's showpiece event will be the Netherlands.
After Amsterdam (1954), Scheveningen (1973), Leiden (1978), 'S-Hertogenbosch (1996) and Rotterdam (2010), now it is the time for the Dutch town of Utrecht. The first stage will be an individual time-trial in whole town, from west to east and back, crossing the historic city.
Two Dutch riders have won the Tour de France, Jan Janssen in 1968 and Joop Zoetemelk in 1980.
With more bicycles than inhabitants and parking near the railway station for 20,000 bicycles, for organisers there is no more need to justify the passion for cycling in Utrecht.