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Colle delle Finestre – La Cima Coppi 2015

Filmed in the spectacular autumn of 2014 this ride takes you up one of the most infamous climbs of the Giro d’Italia. 18km long with 8km of it on rough gravel tracks.

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(GPS path includes the climb of Setriere which is not included in this Download)

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Utrecht 2015- with Lars Boom

Early morning recon ride of the 2015 Tour de France Grand depart prologue time trial round the Dutch city of Utrecht with top Tour de France hard man Lars Boom, winner of the notorious Roubaix cobbles stage of 2014.

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The Marmotte 2014 – FR

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This Blu Ray will include the entire Marmotte Cyclosportive route split into 4 separate stages with 1 stage for each major climb. Each stage is also available as a separate download.

The full Marmotte Route


Part 1 – Col du Glandon

 


 

Part 2 – Col du Télégraphe


Part 3 – Col du Galibier


Part 4 – l’Alpe d’Huez

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l’Alpe d’Huez 2014 (Marmotte 4) – FR

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Part four takes you to the worlds most well known climb of l’Alpe d’Huez, To get there though you must descend the final part of Lautaret from Lac Chambon as the perfect warm up. The final climb of d’Huez is fairly relentless with the steepest grades in the early part. The climb has become an icon in the cycling world with a almost holy feel to it.

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Col du Galibier 2014 (Marmotte 3) – FR

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The Col du Galibier is probably the toughest part of the Marmotte cyclosportive as you ride into the realm of thin air that saps away all your energy in real life. It starts hard out of the ski resort of Valloir but then flattens out for a while before a steady valley ride to the well known bend at Plan le chat. Its here that things suddenly change & roads become much steeper. A few bends further up & your into the snow line. Its now that you can start to spot the top of the steepest part of the Galibier high above. It’s a fairly hard climb now with almost no place to rest & the sight of the top so far away can crack the weak willed!  This epic ride ends after descending down to the top of the Lautaret.

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Col du Télégraphe 2014 (Marmotte 2) – FR

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This section starts with the remainder of the descent of the Glandon, this is followed by a long easy valley before you make a right turn in the town of Saint Michel de Maurienne & take on the wooded climb of the Telegraphe. This climb is fairly steady but does not offer many chances   to rest until the top. The ride ends after descending a few short miles into the Ski resort town of Valloir.

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Col du Glandon 2014 (Marmotte 1) – FR

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The Glandon from the west is the first Col encountered in Europe’s most well known cycloportive event the Marmotte. Its also used very frequently in the Tour de France. Starting with a nice flat warm up the climb hits you in steps with plenty of places to catch your breath. Lakes, dams, forest & a mountain top valley that will remind you of the Scottish Highlands. We take on the main bulk of the descending after the climb before starting Part 2