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Sablet to Malaucene, Ventoux Prequel

Scenic ride from Sablet to Malaucene passing country side and numerous villages. Part of Grand Ventoux Epic Tour.

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Ventoux CW, Part 1

Climbing Ventoux straight from Malaucene, going clockwise. Together Part 1 and Part 2 of Ventoux CW make it possible to circumnavigate the entire Ventoux route. Clockwise Part 1 of Ventoux Grand Tour.

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Ventoux CW, Part 2

Continue "Ventoux CW, Part 1" with descent from the summit of Ventoux, to Bedoin, and continuing to Malaucene.
Together Part 1 and Part 2 of Ventoux CW make it possible to circumnavigate the entire Ventoux route, clockwise.
Part 2 of Ventoux CW Grand Tour.

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Ventoux Classic, Part 1

On this testing ground for heroes, utterly unforgiving of weakness, you start in Malaucene, and take on the tempestuous Geant de Provence from the Bedoin side. Together Part 1 and Part 2 of Ventoux Classic make it possible to circumnavigate the entire Ventoux route. This is the 'normal' counterclockwise Part 1 of the Ventoux Grand Tour.

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Ventoux Classic, Part 2

After climbing Ventoux from Bedoin, close the circle by descending to Malaucene and keep going toward Beaumont-Du-Ventoux. Together Part 1 and Part 2 of Ventoux Classic make it possible to circumnavigate the entire Ventoux route, counterclockwise. Part of Ventoux Classic Grand Tour.

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Marmotte CCW, Lac-du-Chambon

Part of the Marmotte Grand Tour (most famous cyclosportive) this time going counterclockwise.

Canyonlands 211 Part 1

Marmotte CCW, Col du Telegraphe

Part of the Marmotte Grand Tour (most famous cyclosportive) this time going counterclockwise.

Marmotte CCW, Col du Glandon

Part of the Marmotte Grand Tour (most famous cyclosportive) this time going counterclockwise.

Marmotte CCW, Lac de Grand Maison

Part of the Marmotte Grand Tour (most famous cyclosportive) this time going counterclockwise.

Marmotte, Alpe d'Huez

Part of the Marmotte Grand Tour (most famous cyclosportive).

Marmotte, Col-du-Galibier_South

Part of the Marmotte Grand Tour (most famous cyclosportive).

Part 1 of City Of Nice Loop Grand Tour

Part 1 of 3. Ride around the city of Nice. Endless ups and downs with beautiful views of Maritime Alps and mountain villages and villas.

Part 2 of City Of Nice Loop Grand Tour

Part 2 of 3. Ride around the city of Nice. Endless ups and downs with beautiful views of Maritime Alps and mountain villages and villas. Part 2

Part 3 of City Of Nice Loop Grand Tour

Part 3 of 3. Ride around the city of Nice. Endless ups and downs with beautiful views of Maritime Alps and mountain villages and villas. Part 3

Part 2 of Granon Echelle tour.

Part 2 of 2. Starting from the top of Col du Granon, you descend down to Briancon and then continue easy climb to Col de l'Echelle and then return back to Briancon. An easy ride with nice views.

Part 1 of Granon Echelle tour.

PArt 1 of 2. After short easy stretch starting from Braincon you begin hard butt kicking climb to the top of Col du Granon.

Queyras Grand Tour, Col d'Izoard, Part 1

2360 m high mountain pass in The Alps. Part of numerous TdF events.
Starting from Briançon it’s a hard ride. Climb portion is about 9 km
long with the altitude gain of 450m and 5.4% average grade. Offers
stunning views of the Pic de Rochebrune. After hard climbing work you
will descend down to to just before Chateau Queyras from where you
can continue to the Col Agnel if you have parts 2 and 3 of Queyras
grand tour.

Queyras Grand Tour, Col Agnel climb prequel, Part 2

Third highest paved road of the Alps at 2744m Col Agnel was Part of the TdF twice
in 2008 and 2011. This is a first part of the climb starting from just before
Chateau Queyras. This section is about 16km long with the average grade of 5%.

Queyras Grand Tour, 2nd part of the Col Agnel climb and descent, Part 3

Third highest paved road of the Alps at 2744m Col Agnel was Part of the TdF twice
in 2008 and 2011. This is a second part of the climb. The ascent part is 14km long
with the average grade of 6.3%. You will then descend back to the start of part 1
of the climb just past Chateau Queyras.

Col de Vars, France

Col de Vars (2109 m) is a high mountain pass in the Alps
connects the Ubaye Valley with the Queyras valley and Embrun.
The pass has been included in the Tour de France 33 times
since 1922, when Philippe Thys crossed the pass for the first time.
(Tour de France 1922 - 2000).
The climbing part is about 9km long with the altitude gain of 443 m
and the average grade of 5.5%.

Grand Alps, Pierlas, Part 1, France

Part 1 of The Route of Grand Alps, the ultimate cycling dream.

Grand Alps, Col De La Sinne, Part 2, France

Part 2 of The Route of Grand Alps, the ultimate cycling dream.

Grand Alps, La Tinee, Part 3, France

Part 3 of The Route of Grand Alps, the ultimate cycling dream.

Grand Alps, Camp des Fourches, Part 4, France

Part 4 of The Route of Grand Alps, the ultimate cycling dream.

Grand Alps, Col de la Bonette, Part 5, France

Part 5 of The Route of Grand Alps, the ultimate cycling dream.

Grand Alps, Col de Vars, Part 6, France

Part 6 of The Route of Grand Alps, the ultimate cycling dream.

Grand Alps, Guil Valley, Queyras, Part 7, France

Part 7 of The Route of Grand Alps, the ultimate cycling dream.

Grand Alps, Col d'Izoard, Queyras, Part 8, France

Part 8 of The Route of Grand Alps, the ultimate cycling dream.

Grand Alps, Col du Lautaret, Part 9, France

Col du Lautaret is a high mountain pass that is a boundary between the valleys of the Romanche and the Guisane. The Col has long been used as a communication route between Grenoble and Briancon, and for reaching Italy across the Alps. Starting from Briancon, you climb about 27 to the summit of Col du Lautaret, gaining 853m in altitude, at an average gradient of 3.1%, with a maximum of 5.2%.

Grand Alps, Col du Galibier, Part 10, France

This part of the ride will take you from Col du Lautaret, all the way up to up to the top of the Col du Galibier. Col du Galibier is the 6th highest pass in Alps and is often the ,highest point of Tour de France. It is a steady hard climb and of ,course you get and watch beautiful mountaineous terrain while descending all the, way down to the commune of Valloire.

Grand Alps, Col Du Telegraphe, Part 11, France

The climb to the top of the Col du Telegraphe starts from Valloire and is 4.8km long with the average grade of 3.4%. This climb is popular with cyclists and is often part of Tour de France. After reaching the top you will then continue to commune of Modane along beautiful Maurienne Valley

Grand Alps, Col de la Madeleine, Part 12, France

Scenic route along L'Arc river of Arc River Valley offering beautiful views of surrounding mountains, passing through numerous picturesques communes and ending at Col de la Madeleine at 1746 m.

Grand Alps, Col de l'Iseran, Part 13, France

Climb to the highest paved mountain pass in Europe. Continue
from Col de la Madeleine along beautiful Arc River Valley with
views of surrounding mountains until Bonneval sur Arc and then the fun begins.
You will climb around 13 km and gain 977m at an average gradient of 7.3%
with several sections in excess of 10%. Endless stunning views of mountains, rivers, cascades.

Grand Alps, Isere Valley, Part 14, France

Here you will descend from Col de l'Iseran down to skiing resort
of Val d'Isere while enjoying amazing bird eye scenery of the mountains.
From Val d'Isere you will continue down along beautiful Isere River valley
until you reach Bourg Saint Maurice commune. From there you will be
climbing to commune of Bonnevale.

Grand Alps, Cormet de Roselend, Part 15, France

Leaving Bonnevale you will continue on to 14km long climb and gain 1935m in altitude.
The steepest part of the climb comes in a series of hairpin bends above the tiny hamlet
of les Glinettes, before arriving at the Cret Bettex where the slope eases off.
The second part begins with a long straight before the road twists and turns again,
offering more and more splendid views. The head of the valley obliges a final effort
at 8% before the road eases up again for the final few hundred metres to the Cormet.
This climb. This climb was part of the TdF.

Grand Alps, Col des Saisies, Part 16, France

Mountain pass in the Alps, 1,657m. Part of the TdF.
The climbing portion is about 15 km long, altitude gain is 957m
with the average grade of 6.4%.

Grand Alps, Col Aravis, Part 17, France

Mountain pass in the Alps, 1,486m. Part of the TdF.
The climbing portion is about 11 km long, altitude gain is 446m
with the average grade of 5.6%.

Ride starts with descendong from Col Aravis to the village of Flumet. At the village of Flumet
the climb starts and it is quite steep for the first kilometer and half, averaging 6%.
There is a short break after initial steeper section where you will descend for about 1km.
After that the real climb starts with little respite. The grade varying between 5% an 8%.
There is a short 8% section. The road winds up between farms, chalets and orchards with
the beautiful mountain view ahen approaching the pass. After that you will take well
deserved rest descending down to the villag of Saint-Jean-de Sixst.

Grand Alps, Col de la Colombiere, Part 18, France

Mountain pass in the Alps, 1,613m. From Le Grand-Bornand,
the Col de la Colombiere is 11.7 km long, altitude gain is 690m,
the average grade is 5.9%. After reaching the pass you will descend
down to the village of Le Reposoir. From Le Reposoir you will have
another rather hard 4.5km long climb with the average grade of
7.4% followed by descend to the village of Romme.

The views from the summit are splendid, and there is a restaurant
and a parking area for hikers. Col de la Colombiere has benn crossed
numerous times during TdF events.

Grand Alps, Morillon, Part 19, France

Scenic ride through Arve river valley from village of Romme to
the point where route D4 intersects with D354 past Morillon community.
You start with 9km long descent to the valley. Following short flat section
you will then start climbing for thew next 5km with the average grade of
4.7%. Next 10km featurerolling hills and then you enter rather steeper
2km climb with the average grade of 8.7% with short sections going double digit.

Grand Alps, Col de Joux Plane, Part 20, France

Col de Joux Plane is a tough climb at with the 8.1% average grade over 10km, gaining 810m.
At the summit there is a small lake. You will then descend down to the Morzine ski resort
and continue down the scenic valley of Dranse river

Grand Alps, Col Du Corbier, Part 21, France

This is a final part of the Tour of Grand Alps adventure. Starts with rather
hard climb to Col Du Corbier, about 6km long with 8.1% average grade. After
this final hard climb take well deserved rest descending through the village
of Bonnevaux down to the Abondance Valley and finally reaching the ultimate
end of great journey, Geneva Lake.

Col des Champs 1, Part 1 of Mercantour Loop Grand Tour

Start with long descent from Col d'Allos with stunning views of surrounding mountains. After reaching village of Colmars the climb starts. Col des Champs is a high mountain pass. Total climb is 12.5 km long at 6.6% average road grade. This is part 1 of Col des Champs climb and is also part 1 of the Mercantour Loop Grand Tour

Col des Champs 2, Part 2 of Mercantour Loop Grand Tour

Continue climbing Col des Champs for another 3.4 km till you reach the top. Take a well deserved rest cycling down to the village of Saint-Martin-d'Entraunes while enjoying the views of the  surrounding mountains and then start the 11km long climb towards Col de la Cayolle. This is Part 2 of Col des Champs climb, the beginning of the Col de la Cayole and is also Part 2 of Mercantour Loop Grand Tour.

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Col de la Cayole, Part 3 of Mercantour Loop Grand Tour

Continue climbing for another 9.6 km till you reach the top Col de la Cayole.  Then take a rest during the long descent towards the village of Barcelonette while admiring stunning mountain vistas. This is part 2 of Col de la Cayole climb and is also Part 3 of the Mercantour Loop Grand Tour.

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Col d'Allos, Part 4 of Mercantour Loop Grand Tour

Part of many Tour de France events, in fact one of its most popular cols, Col d'Allos is 17.5km long climb at an average road grade of 6.6%.  This little sinuous road climbs along the side a cliff high above a steep canyon and then hairpins over the mountain towards the Mediterranean 100km away.  Part 4 of the Mercantour Loop Grand Tour.

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Col de Meraillet, Roselend Grand Tour, Part 1

The Col de Meraillet is situated in Rhone-Alpes.  Starting from Beaufort, the Col de Meraillet ascent is 11.8 km long. The average road grade is 7.3%. This is also Part 1 of Roselend Grand Tour.

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Cormet de Roselend, Roselend Grand Tour, Part 2

From the first part of the Roselend Grand Tour, continue climbing for another 2.8 km till you reach the top of the pass. Combined with previous part starting from Beaufort this will make for a 20.3 km long climb and 6% average road grade. This is also Part 2 of Roselend Grand Tour.

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Col du Petit Saint-Bernard, Roselend Grand Tour, Part 3

Col du Petit Saint-Bernard presents a decent challenge for fit cyclists featuring a 19 km long climb at about 4% road grade. It's been crossed few times during the Tour de France. This is also Part 3 of Roslend Grand Tour.

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Goulets, Vercors Grand Tour, Part 1

Some of this beautiful road is carved deep into cliffs. This is Part 1 of Vercors. One of the France's hidden cycling gems, featuring limestone cliffs, vast forests, deep gorges, rivers, caves and beautiful, impressive roads, the most vertiginous in the world.

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Col de Carri, Vercors Grand Tour, Part 2

The Carri Pass is a mountain pass culminating at 1,202 meters above sea level in the Vercors massif.  This is Part 2 of Vercors.  One of the France's hidden cycling gems, featuring limestone cliffs, vast forests, deep gorges, rivers, caves and beautiful, impressive roads, the most vertiginous in the world.

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Col de la Bataille, Vercors Grand Tour, Part 3

The highest point on this road is at 1336m, at the tunnel to cross the ridge of Comblezine and the rocks of the Sausse. This ride has been part of the Tour de France twice. This is Part 3 of Vercors.

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Col de la Portette, Vercors Part 4

Col de la Portette. This is Part 4 of Vercors. One of the France's hidden cycling gems, featuring limestone cliffs, vast forests, deep gorges, rivers, caves and beautiful, impressive roads, the most vertiginous in the world.

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Gorges De La Bourne, Vercors

Cycle through this beautiful limestone gorge dug by the Bourne river. The road then continues to gently climb up the picturesque valley with the final descent towards Grenoble.

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Col de Saxel, Haute-Savoie Loop Grand Tour, Part 1

Col de Saxel, Cycle through valleys and hills of Haute-Savoie region, south of Lake Geneva, Haute-Savoie Loop Grand Tour Part 1.

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Haute-Savoie Loop Grand Tour, Part 2

Cycle through valleys and hills of Haute-Savoie region, south of Lake Geneva, Haute-Savoie Loop Grand Tour Part 2.

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Haute-Savoie Loop Grand Tour, Part 3

Cycle through valleys and hills of Haute-Savoie region, south of Lake Geneva, Haute-Savoie Loop Grand Tour Part 3.

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Haute-Savoie Loop Grand Tour, Part 4

Cycle through valleys and hills of Haute-Savoie region, south of Lake Geneva, Haute-Savoie Loop Grand Tour Part 4.

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Haute-Savoie Loop Grand Tour, Part 5

Cycle through valleys and hills of Haute-Savoie region, south of Lake Geneva, Haute-Savoie Loop Grand Tour Part 5.

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Haute-Savoie Loop Grand Tour, Part 6

Cycle through valleys and hills of the Haute-Savoie region, south of Lake Geneva, Haute-Savoie Loop Grand Tour Part 6.

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This is a custom collection of 4K videos from France. listed here as Grand Tours, (Prices in EU)

Listed here as single rides 59 rides @ 14.95 is 882.05EU

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