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Ein Pass jagt den anderen: Col du Télégraphe - Col du Galibier - Col du Glandon – Start riding mit FOCUS

Ein Pass jagt den anderen: Col du Télégraphe - Col du Galibier - Col du Glandon – Start riding mit FOCUS

Difficult
07:52
100 mi
12.7 mph
13,825 ft
13,825 ft
Expert road ride. Very good fitness required. Some portions of the Tour may require you to push your bike.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
11.8 mi
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Lac de Grand'Maison

Road Cycling Highlight

16.0 mi
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Col du Glandon

Road Cycling Highlight

21.9 mi
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Kurzer Abschnitt zum Verschnaufen

Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

45.3 mi
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49.8 mi
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Col du Télégraphe

Road Cycling Highlight

64.1 mi
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Col du Galibier

Road Cycling Highlight

82.1 mi
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Cascade de la Pisse

Road Cycling Highlight

100 mi
Destination

Tour Profile

Waytypes

Singletrack: < 109 yd
Path: 288 yd
Cycleway: 6.45 mi
Street: 4.06 mi
Road: 59.9 mi
State Road: 29.5 mi

Surfaces

Alpine: < 109 yd
Unpaved: < 109 yd
Paved: 1.80 mi
Asphalt: 98.1 mi
Unknown: 379 yd
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Weather Forecast

FOCUS Bikes planned a road ride.

February 26, 2020

Comments

  • FOCUS Bikes

    Moritz - Brand Director
    “The three largest around Alpe d'Huez. It doesn't need a lot of words. A must for every racing bike enthusiast. "
    If the name "Alpe d'Huez" falls, every racing cyclist thinks of the legendary 21 hairpin bends up to the French winter sports resort in the Dauphiné Alps, which are somehow emblematic of the great spectacle of the Tour de France, at the same time simply something for one or the other may appear to be "mainstream". And because the area has a lot more to offer here, we will simply leave this racing bike myth behind and show you a few other passes that are also real classics and that can be put together for a beautiful but really demanding tour. If you button up this tour, you should get up early, treat yourself to a rich breakfast and be ready for a sweaty test with a length of 161 kilometers and more than 4,200 meters of altitude. The reward for this: fantastic views, breathtaking descents and a swollen chest when you have reached your destination in the evening.Our tip if you want to take it easy: You can divide the tour into two sections and spend the night in Valloire after around 85 kilometers. This makes the tour a little easier, but the adventure is even greater.

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    • February 26, 2020

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Ein Pass jagt den anderen: Col du Télégraphe - Col du Galibier - Col du Glandon – Start riding mit FOCUS