Tour de France 2016 Route stage 13: Bourg-Saint-Andéol – Vallon Pont d’Arc
Friday, July 15, 2016 – At 37.5 kilometres, the first individual time trial in the 2016 Tour de France leads from Bourg-Saint-Andéol to La Caverne du Pont-d'Arc. The chrono on hilly terrain comes with 10.2 kilometres of climbing at 4.9%.
Once of the ramp, the riders climb up Côte de Bourg Saint-Andréol, a 6.9 kilometres hill with an average gradient at 4.9%. Then comes a flat to rolling section of 16 kilometre before a 2.5 kilometres drop takes them riders to 10 kilometres section that is completely flat. The last 3.3 kilometres of the course go up at 4.9%.
The ITT features two intermediate checkpoints. The first is at the top of the climb up Côte de Bourg Saint-Andréol, after 7 kilometres, while the second is shortly after the drop, with 28 kilomeres done.
Being leader Chris Froome is the last rider to leave the starting ramp. He is expected to finish at around 5:29 pm, local time.
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