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It's your Tour: Tour de France au départ de la Spezia (Italie)

De la Spezia à Paris en passant par la cote Méditerranéenne, les Alpes, la cote Atlantique, les Pyrénées et le Massif Central...

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  • created by Léonard Betton on thursday 07 November 2019 at 17:31:18 | viewed 69 times | 1 message

    Léonard Betton - on thursday 07 November 2019 at 17:31:18 permalink

    Etape 1 CLM par equipes

    Etape 2

    Cote de Canegreca (2nd Category, 590 m, 7.9 Km at 5.2%, Km 49.7), Cote de Chiavari (3rd Category, 136 m, 1.8 Km at 5.2%, Km 80.8), Cote de Ruta (3rd Category, 259 m, 6.7 Km at 3.8%, Km 96.1), Col de Muraglione (2nd Category, 309 m, 5.3 Km at 5.5%, Km 164.1), Monte Beigua (Hors Catégorie, 1262 m, 13.4 Km at 8.2%, Km 180.7).

    Etape 3

    Poggio (3rd Category, 154 m, 3.5 Km at 4.1%, Km 73.8), Bordighera (3rd Category, 176 m, 3.8 Km at 4.3%, Km 95.9), Mont Magliocca (2nd Category, 293 m, 4.2 Km at 6.7%, Km 108.1), La Colla (3rd Category, 149 m, 1.9 Km at 6.2%, Km 116.8), Cote de Gajessa (3rd Category, 221 m, 3.6 Km at 5.7%, Km 128.3), Cote de Gorbio (2nd Category, 369 m, 5.0 Km at 5.3%, Km 135.4), Cap-Martin (3rd Category, 203 m, 1.6 Km at 6.1%, Km 145.1), La Turbie (2nd Category, 471 m, 7.3 Km at 5.5%, Arrive).

    Etape 4

    Etape 5

    Etape 6

    Col Bayard (2nd Category, 1198 m, 6.8 Km at 6.6%, Km 7.6), Col du Noyer (1st Category, 1655 m, 6.6 Km at 8.0%, Km 30.2), Cote Corréo (3rd Category, 1167 m, 4.2 Km at 5.6%, Km 69.9), Cote de Pelleautier (3rd Category, 906 m, 2.0 Km at 6.2%, Km 83.6), Cote du Villard (2nd Category, 1025 m, 7.1 Km at 4.4%, Km 94.4), Montée de la Vierre (1st Category, 1149 m, 5.6 Km at 8.8%, Km 119.6), Mont Colombis (Hors Catégorie, 1688 m, 11.4 Km at 9.1%, Arrive).

    Etape 7

    Col d'Izoard (Hors Catégorie, 2347 m, 15.6 Km at 6.8%, Km 51.0), Col de Montgenèvre (2nd Category, 1815 m, 7.8 Km at 5.9%, Km 83.2), Lac de Mont-Cenis (Hors Catégorie, 2028 m, 23.2 Km at 6.6%, Km 150.1), Cote de Lanslevillard (3rd Category, 1717 m, 3.5 Km at 6.8%, Km 170.2), Col de l'Iseran (Hors Catégorie, 2736 m, 13.1 Km at 7.3%, Km 196.0).

    Etape 8

    Cote de St-Nicolas (3rd Category, 685 m, 3.4 Km at 6.4%, Km 6.7), Col de Tamié (2nd Category, 949 m, 10.0 Km at 6.0%, Km 45.7), Col de l'Epine (2nd Category, 959 m, 7.7 Km at 6.3%, Km 69.1), Col de Plan-Bois (1st Category, 1279 m, 5.8 Km at 9.2%, Km 88.1), Col de la Croix-Fry (1st Category, 1446 m, 7.5 Km at 7.2%, Km 102.1), La Culaz (2nd Category, 1471 m, 3.1 Km at 10.2%, Arrive).

    Etape 9

    Col de la Croix de la Serra (2nd Category, 1039 m, 12.1 Km at 4.1%, Km 69.3), Col du Haut-Cret (2nd Category, 1117 m, 12.6 Km at 5.4%, Km 94.9), Montée des Marais (3rd Category, 964 m, 5.9 Km at 4.2%, Km 122.0), Mont Rivel (3rd Category, 739 m, 2.5 Km at 7.8%, Arrive).


    Etape 10

    Etape 11 ClM Individuel

    Etape 12

    Etape 13

    Luz-Ardiden (1st Category, 1400 m, 9.8 Km at 7.8%, Km 36.0), Col du Tourmalet (Hors Catégorie, 2098 m, 18.9 Km at 7.3%, Km 66.4), Col de Sarrat-le-Bon (2nd Category, 1233 m, 5.3 Km at 6.0%, Km 87.6), Col de la Hourquette-d'Ancizan (2nd Category, 1556 m, 9.3 Km at 4.8%, Km 102.7), Col de Lançon (2nd Category, 1137 m, 5.5 Km at 7.6%, Km 122.6), Col de Ris (3rd Category, 1094 m, 3.4 Km at 6.6%, Km 130.7), Col de Beyrède (1st Category, 1393 m, 10.3 Km at 7.2%, Arrive).

    Etape 14

    Cote de Caraybat (3rd Category, 612 m, 2.9 Km at 5.9%, Km 7.0), Col de la Croix des Morts (2nd Category, 900 m, 7.0 Km at 5.8%, Km 40.2), Col de Pailhères (Hors Catégorie, 1986 m, 13.9 Km at 8.4%, Km 83.6), Col du Pradel (1st Category, 1663 m, 7.0 Km at 7.6%, Km 102.3), Col des Sept Frères (2nd Category, 1287 m, 6.5 Km at 6.0%, Km 120.3), Camurac Station (2nd Category, 1591 m, 4.8 Km at 7.3%, Arrive).

    Etape 15

    Col del Mas (4th Category, 540 m, 4.7 Km at 3.9%, Km 28.5), Col des Auzines (3rd Category, 593 m, 5.7 Km at 4.0%, Km 50.8), Col de Fourtou (3rd Category, 639 m, 4.6 Km at 4.9%, Km 85.3), Col de Taillefer (2nd Category, 341 m, 5.6 Km at 5.5%, Km 137.3), Col des Gascons (2nd Category, 452 m, 2.5 Km at 8.1%, Km 141.1), Col de Banyuls (2nd Category, 325 m, 2.1 Km at 10.1%, Arrive).


    Etape 16

    Etape 17

    Col de l'Asclier (2nd Category, 906 m, 13.0 Km at 4.5%, Km 27.4), Cote de St-Roman-de-Tousque (2nd Category, 675 m, 6.5 Km at 5.1%, Km 46.7), Montée du Pompidou (2nd Category, 818 m, 6.3 Km at 7.0%, Km 58.9), Mont-Aigoual (1st Category, 1536 m, 22.8 Km at 4.3%, Km 89.7), Col de La Broue (2eme Passage) (1st Category, 1095 m, 11.2 Km at 6.5%, Km 136.5), Montée de l'Oiselette (2nd Category, 595 m, 5.7 Km at 5.8%, Km 162.8), Col de la Luzette (Hors Catégorie, 1329 m, 18.1 Km at 6.3%, Km 190.9).

    Etape 18

    Plan de Fontmort (1st Category, 977 m, 6.5 Km at 7.6%, Km 49.5), Cote de Malbosc (2nd Category, 946 m, 5.1 Km at 6.8%, Km 79.0), Montée des Bondons (2nd Category, 1171 m, 3.5 Km at 7.2%, Km 84.2), Col de Montmirat (3rd Category, 1013 m, 4.0 Km at 5.1%, Km 96.9), Col de Loubière (3rd Category, 1161 m, 2.9 Km at 7.1%, Km 116.4), Cote de Chevroux (3rd Category, 1156 m, 2.7 Km at 7.6%, Km 125.9), Chalets du Mont Lozère (3rd Category, 1394 m, 3.6 Km at 6.9%, Arrive).

    Etape 19 CLM Individuel

    Etape 20

    Cote de Rouffiac (3rd Category, 948 m, 2.4 Km at 4.5%, Km 8.0), Col d'Entremont (2nd Category, 1188 m, 7.2 Km at 4.0%, Km 30.4), Cote de St-Bonnet de Condat (3rd Category, 1047 m, 3.9 Km at 3.7%, Km 52.8), Cote de Montgreleix (3rd Category, 1199 m, 2.9 Km at 6.7%, Km 62.9), Col de la Chaumoune (4th Category, 1148 m, 3.3 Km at 2.5%, Km 73.7), Cote de Compains (3rd Category, 1135 m, 4.0 Km at 3.1%, Km 83.2), Cote de Fayet (3rd Category, 1122 m, 2.7 Km at 4.8%, Km 90.3), Cote de Verdier (3rd Category, 1120 m, 2.6 Km at 3.5%, Km 101.3), Col de la Croix-St-Robert (2nd Category, 1426 m, 9.5 Km at 5.5%, Km 123.2), Mont Dore station (3rd Category, 1292 m, 2.8 Km at 6.8%, Arrive).

    Etape 21

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