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... He didn’t speak English, only French. The spare tube that he had was also leaking so we gave him our tube and CO2. We figured being helpful to a fellow cyclist would bless us with good riding legs.
This route is one of the most famous, and most difficult, climbs in this region. There were hundreds of cyclists going up/down this route the entire day. Fortunately the cars were very patient as we all battled the climb. Once we cleared the trees and ...
... the top of Glandon you turn left and then a steady 3km rise to Col de la Croix de Fer, then a long descent.
Next climb, Col du Mollard , was really tough because I started getting stomach cramps ..in hindsight I reckon that was the result of drinking too much coke at the drink stops (they had a choice between warm Perrier Sparkling, cold Coke or warm Evian. No brainer.
From that point on the rest of the day ...
The organsiers said that over 15,000 riders had entered this year....I reckon there was 15,000 cars up that road.
Anyway, I got to La Toussuire, registered for the race at the Etape village and met up with Chris at the village entrance.
Just in side the entry was a 15m long banner with all the names of the entrants. As usual the village was full of bike gear exhibits and sales.
Found a ...
280 km Fuel €15.30 and €10 First part of the drive was through flatland Italy wasn't much to see but the second half was great, down the French rocky Alps into Monaco. One road was shut going over the Alps so had to take a detour. Walked down to the harbour in nice and saw some very expensive boats a had dinner at a French /American bar. £78.13 apogia ...
... https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sé bastien_Le_Prestre_de_Vauban We headed South West from Chamonix to Flumet before turning South East to Buorg St. Maurice then on to Val d'Lsere. Heading South West from Val d'Lsere we crossed out first pass of the day, Col de L'lseran, 2770 meters. This is the highest paved road in the Alps. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Col_de_ l%27Iseran It was refreshingly cool at the summit of this pass. We then headed South West to ...