Christian Prudhomme's comment

The journey through the Massif Central will for the first time finish at the Puy Mary and will feature the biggest elevation gain of the 2020 Tour with a total of 4,400 metres of climbing. Before taking on the final climb, the riders will have to deal with the Col de Ceyssat and the Col de Neronne. The favourites will need to be at their very best.

Sport Side

Road Kilometers Schedules Local Time
From the finish From the start 39km/h 41km/h 43km/h

Col de Neronne

Km 176 - 1589m 3,8kilometre-long climb at 9.1%

Puy Mary, Pas de Peyrol

Km 185.5 - 1589m 5,4kilometre-long climb at 8.1%

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