A real world starter. In two weeks we will go to Oceania, precisely Wollongong, meanwhile the big cycling, as well as running the Vuelta in Spain, is in North America. By tradition, a dual meet in Canada in September: tonight is scheduled Grand Prix Cycliste de QuebecNow in its eleventh edition.
The route is a classic one: 201.6 kilometers covered with a regular city circuit, which involves sixteen repeats of 12.6 kilometers. There are two hazards at altitude: the Côte de Montagne (375 meters at 10%, peaks at 13%) and the Côte de la Potas, (420 meters, average gradient 9%). Keep the last kilometer constant at 4% and keep an eye on the finish as well.
Elevation and Planimetry
It will be a luxury match. In fact, the favorite for the world title is Vaud Van Aert (Jumbo-Wizma), but Tataj Bokar (UAE Emirates), Matej Mohoric (Bahrain – Victorious), Michael Mathews (Bike Exchange – Jayco) and Binyam Kirme (Intermarché – Wanty – Gobert Matériaux) , all riders aiming high for the next world event in Australia.
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