C. Prudhomme's comment

The journey through the Alps continues with a dynamic stage that will take the riders to the summit of the 2019 Tour at the Col de l’Iseran (2 770m) that will only be reached for the eighth time in the history of the Tour and the second time by its south side which is the toughest one. It is precisely when going up towards the highest road pass in Europe that Louison Bobet had bid farewell to the Tour in 1959 but also where Claudio Chiappucci took off before winning in Sestrières in 1992.

Sport Side

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

Iseran

Km 85 - 2770m 12.9kilometre-long climb at 7,5% Category NC

Montée de Tignes

Km 121 - 2089m 7.4kilometre-long climb at 7% Category NC

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