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The 2013 Giro Dolomiti is a 6-Day-Race through the breathtaking Dolomites centering around the City of Bolzano, Italy. It is not a Start to Finish race. Classification will be determined by a daily Timetrial. This year the Giro will cover following climbs: Passo Nigra (1688m), Passo Pampeago (2006m), San Genesio (1141m), Passo Furcia (1759m), Passo Falzarego (2105m), Passo di Pinei (1437m), Alpi di Suisi (1844m), Passo Costalunga (1745m)
 
 
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The Granfondo St. Tropez will head towards the Col de Caguo-Fri (237m), using the Ridge Road to the Col de Babaou (414 m). In the middle of the course appears the Notre Dame des Anges, the most difficult climb up to 680m. The descent will be through Col des Fourches (563 m). The course will continue through the top of La Garde Freinet. The second part of the route will not include great challenges, but the landscapes and scenic roads are well deserving of their inclusion in keeping with the cyclosportive tradition. The road will continue with a short climb to the Col de Vignon (352 m), then back down to Vidauban, ending with the Col de Reverdi (184 m) and return on the town of arrival.

 

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July 28 - Aug 3, 2013
GIRO DOLOMITI
April 7, 2013
GRANFONDO ST. TROPEZ
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The Haute Route Pyrenees: 750km over 7 consecutive days, 20,300m altitude gain, and with 19 famous cols and ascents to climb. The Haute Route Pyrenees journey starts with 2 stages in Spain, crossing the Catalan Pyrenees before riders pedals over the Franch border for the remaining 5 days of the race. The 2013 route offers a truly varied challenge, with 7 timed stages in the following formats: 5 ‘classic’ stages (averaging 110km with 2 or 3 main climbs), 1 ‘marathon’ stage (133km with 4 cols and 4000m vertical ascent) and 1 ‘time trial’ stage (Hautacam).
 
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One day before the pros the most audacious of cycling fans will try the slopes of Liège-Bastogne-Liège themselves. Last Year, more than 6,000 participants took part in the randonnée of the Ardennes classic.The professionals are not the only ones who think La Doyenne, the ultimate cycling classic, is a nail biting experience. All difficulties and hills that the pros will attack are incorporated into your favorite Walloon classic, and all of these in the identical order as the pros course the following day!
 
Prepare well for the pain-inflicting Côte de Wanne, Côte de la Redoute, Côte de Saint-Nicolas, Col du Rosier and Côte de Colonster. This last one is with almost 3 km and maximum gradient of 10% a dignified replacement for the Roche aux Faucons!
 
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April 26, 2014
Liège-Bastogne-Liège
Sept 1-7, 2013
HAUTE ROUTE PYRENEES
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October 6, 2013
INDIAN SUMMER RIDE
Join us for the last big ride of the season.
Together with our friends of GRUPPETTO,
we meet at S-Bahn Grunewald at 10:30 am.
After a nice 100km ride we will hit a cafe for espresso and cake...
 
See you Sunday
 
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