Paris-Nice 2015 Route stage 7: ITT Col d’Èze

Paris-Nice 2015 stage 7 Sunday, March 15, 2015 - Paris-Nice 2015 ends with a time trial up Col'Eze. In 9.6 kilometres the only way is up.

The climb starts strong in Nice with average grades fluctuating between 7.7% and 8.5% in the first 2 kilometres. Then it levels off somewhat with an almost flat section during the 4th kilometre, while the 6th kilometre is at 7% again. In the last 1,600 metres the riders will be flying since the climbing is over.

The time check is at Les4Chemins, with 5.5 kilometres done.

In 2012 and 2013 Paris-Nice closed with exactly the same time trial. On both occasions the stage-winner won the overall. In 2012 Bradley Wiggins crossed the line in 19’12”, while next year Richie Porte was 4 seconds ‘slower’.

Here you’ll find the race results.

Paris – Nice 2015 stage 7: Route maps, height profiles, and more

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