[nzs_heading heading=”4″] La Roche – La Roche (75 km – 2525 m+) [/nzs_heading]
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The final stage may well be the shortest, but with an average of 33 meters of climbing per kilometer, a lot harder than the two previous stages. This stage consists of the laps nord-east of La Roche. The famous wall of Borzée must be tackled twice. The second accent will be the final climb of the race and may be decisive for the overall win.
There are some new technical parts in this stage – one of which is a very spectacular decent to the castle – which can still make a difference close to the finish.
This stage is perfect for spectators to see the riders several times and then enjoy the pasta party / BBQ with the riders after the race.
[nzs_heading heading=”5″] Course overview [/nzs_heading]
More information in April 2018.
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