When the riders roll down the ramp they face a flat stretch of 1.5 kilometres before tackling a 6 kilometres climb at 4%. The intermediate time point is at the summit before rolling roads lead down to the next climb, which is 1 kilometre at 6%. A shortly descent runs the final 2.7 kilometres on the flat.
Last year’s ITT was more demanding as it ended with a punchy climb to the line. Julian Alaphilippe climbed to victory at Mont-Brouilly.
Read also: results/report 4th stage 2018 Paris-Nice.
Paris-Nice 2018 stage 4: Route maps, height profiles, and more
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