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  • Italy
  • 2.121m
  • 9.5km

Looking at the numbers, Passo Gardena (2.121m) from the side of Selva di Val Gardena seems pretty easy. The vertical climb is about 535 meters with an average gradient of 5.3% and highest at 10%. The total distance is 9.5km with a total 12 hairpins. Maybe you make use of...

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  • France
  • 914m
  • 9.5km

Col des Chevrères (919m) is mountain pass situated in the Vosges Mountains. The last 3.5 kilometer of this climb is really brutal. You are situated in the training domain from the French pro rider Thibaut Pinot and he is in charge here. A sign at the top of this climb...

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  • Switzerland
  • 2.091m
  • 12.7km

The Gotthard Pass (2.091m) is maybe one of the most spectacular climbs in cycling. A main road continues over the pass, but don’t make the mistake of following the road traffic because you will miss one of the most astonishing sections of road in Europe. At the foot of the...

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  • Spain
  • 3.395m
  • 40.7km

Pico de Veleta (3.395m) is the highest paved road in Europe. This is a road in the Spanish Sierra Neveda that finishes at the summit, basically a climb to nowhere, a one-way journey of suffering. You will gain 2.600 meters of elevation, which is more than twice the ascent of...

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  • Spain
  • 1.026m
  • 8.2km

Monte Oiz (1.026m) is known for its half-asphalt, half-concrete surface and its irregular ramps. It rises 1.000 meters above the Basque Coastline, offering excellent views of the Bay of Biscay and the surrounding countryside from the top. A scenic challenge, as it’s one of the most popular summits of Biscay...

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  • Spain
  • 1.573m
  • 12.5km

The Alto de l’Angliru (1.573m) is one of the most feared and legendary climbs in cycling. The steepest part is 3km from the summit with a gradient of 23.6%. The organisation of the Vuelta a España had the desire to find climbs to rival those in the Tour de France...

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  • Italy
  • 2.239m
  • 9.3km

The Passo Pordoi (2.239m) is via Arabba a real pleasure to climb, the gradient is almost constant and the well laid out hairpins, in total 33 from this side, take you smoothly up the mountain. In the last kilometer up to the top of the Pordoi, it’s the wind which...

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  • Italy
  • 2.236m
  • 9.8km

Passo Giau (2.236) is one of the steepest and most difficult mountain passes in Europe. To experience how tough, start the ascent from Selva di Cadore. The average gradient of the climb is 9.2%, and it doesn’t drop anywhere below the 7%. You got 29 turns ahead before reaching the...

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  • Italy
  • 2.652m
  • 17.3km

Passo Gavia (2.652m) is an incredibly high mountain with a great history of cycling. It’s said by many of the cyclists who tackled Passo dello Stelvio, Passo Gavia and Mortirolo, all these giants are close to each other, that Passo Gavia can be marked as the one heaviest to climb....

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Events

5 June | Ride a pro level
Les 3 Ballons
  • France
  • 9 September 2020

The 3 Ballons offers you a course worthy for a pro level with the most beautiful cols of the southern Vosges. In addition, a finish at the Planche des Belles Filles which promises to give you an unforgettable cycling experience. A demanding circuit that leaves you no time to catch...

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4 July | This is passion on a bike
Maratona dles Dolomites - Enel
  • Italy
  • 5 July 2020

Said to be one of the most memorable with both start and finish in Corvara. Maratona dles Dolomites - Enel will test your physical and mental strength. You will ride seven spectacular mountain passes in the Dolomites. This event sellout fast. It’s said to be one of the biggest, most...

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28 June | Tribute to Fausto Coppi
La Fausto Coppi
  • Italy
  • 28 June 2020

The La Fausto Coppi is one of the main events in the Italian Gran Fondo scene. Every one participating in this ride will get a jersey with the flag from his or her country of origin. So you will ride in an incredible united peloton.

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Hotel Ustaria Posta
  • Italy

As you're a passionate cyclist, then you're not just any guest at Ustaria Posta: you're a cycling buddy who conquers the Sellaronda hairpins and those of other Dolomite passes soaked in sweat. Because we're also cyclists here at Ustaria Posta, you....and your two-wheeled "Loved One"... will feel right at home....

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De Sportherberg
  • France

If you want to go out towards the Vosges to do a number of climbs there, a stay at "De Sportberg" is a great starting point. It's situated in the town Le Gros Chêne owned by the Dutch Anita and Michel and can accommodate more than 20 people. So enough...

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Santa Maddalena
  • Italy
  • 3.280m
  • 116km

For starters, let me make a special mention about the fabulous sightseeing you may not see if you are too focused on following the GPS track on this loop. You can still enjoy the view either by going uphill or downhill. But, the direction of the ride I recommend here...

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Vuelta Stage 2020 Breda - Breda | World2Cycle.com
  • Netherlands
  • 380m
  • 204km

The Rocketman Frank and I draw the route ourselves using KOMOOT and is fully inspired on the stage 3 of the Vuelta 2020 Breda - Breda. It’s a little over 200 kilometers and in the province of Brabant you will only gain elevation at the viaducts, so no need to...

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La Planche des Belles Filles
  • France
  • 1.970m
  • 82.2km

The starting point for this route is at the foot of the Ballon d'Alsace. This is about halfway of the 6th stage of the Tour de France in 2019. This route has three climbs which were also climbed during this 6th stage, namely Ballon d'Alsace, Col des Chevrères and the...

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