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Col du Vam, get your bike on top of an old landfill

You have three climbing routes to get yourself on top of the Col du Vam. This hilly course used to be a landfill but now belongs to the world of cycling.

The grades are challenging on this course. The road is about four meters wide, 2.100 metres long, with an average grade of 10%, features three climbing routes, one descent, and a 160-metre-long section covered in cobblestones.

You will easily hit 60km/u during the downhill

It’s actually a perfect course for interval training. Your BPM will hit the red zone for sure and during the downhill you will have a short recovery.

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