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  • Italy
  • 2.758m
  • 24.5km

Passo dello Stelvio (2.758m) is a major monument in cycling, many cyclists have this climb on their bucket list. Anyone who talks about the Stelvio, talks about the famous 48 hairpins on the side of Prato Allo Stelvio. Understandable, because there are few roads so impressive. It’s a true giant,...

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  • Italy
  • 1.750m
  • 9.8km

The savage Monte Zoncolan (1.750m) has become a reference in cycling. Is it as steep as the Zoncolan is well known saying. This climb is a like a slow execution, via Ovaro you got 6 kilometers averaging 15%

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  • Italy
  • 1.124m
  • 1.9km

Muro di Sormano (1.124m), it’s two kilometers for bike heroes. With an average gradient of 17% and maximum of 25%. Without a doubt this is one of the hardest cycling paths in the world.

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  • Italy
  • 1.852m
  • 11.4km

After you have climbed the Mortirolo (1.852m) via the village Mazzo everything seems to be flat. This is an extremely heavy climb, it’s like riding in slowmotion all the way.

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  • France
  • 1.912m
  • 21.3km

Mont Ventoux (1.912m) got some impressive nick names, not only because of the climb itself, but also you can be fighting against strong winds and huge temperature difference.

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  • France
  • 2.115m
  • 18.5km

Col du Tourmalet (2.115m) is the highest paved climb in the French Pyrenees. Nicked named as the terrible mountain, this climb is a slow killer with a final punch at the end.

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  • France
  • 1.924m
  • 22.2km

Col du Glandon (1.924m), first used in Tour de France in 1947, is maybe not as long as the Col du Galibier nor as relentless as Alpe d’Huez, but still some think it’s harder than both!

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  • France
  • 2.645m
  • 35.1km

Col du Galibier (2.645m) can be reached via Col du Télégraphe and Col du Lautaret. Although the Col du Galibier can be climbed from both sides, the traditional ascent is from the north starting in Valloire. The Col du Galibier is “never fun”, according to the world’s best cyclists. Not...

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  • Belgium
  • 103m
  • 1.1km

Muur van Geraardsbergen is breathtaking in any sense. It’s is just 1km, but this climb is like a medieval bridle way with a pitch of 20% close to the top.

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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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Lodgings

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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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