Day Four of the Tour d’Enfer will see the Tour de France go by us. This preview suggests a few ways to watch.
As the last big mountain day, this stage could decide the entire race.
I knew it was a stupid idea, but at least I had a backup plan.
Oh, and no parking your tank here!
Pré means meadow in French – so Col des Prés clumsily translated means “mountain pass of the meadows.”
Don’t worry, only one climb today. It does happen to be the LONGEST climb in France.
We almost had enough for a peleton today as Eric joined Martin, Barry, and I for the first time . Being Flemish, not surprisingly he’s a very good cyclist.
Here is a preview of stage two of the upcoming July 2008 Lost Boys Tour d’Enfer.
Day 2: La Clusaz to Bourg-Saint-Maurice
The Stage: Approximately 92 kilometres (57 miles); Ascent: 3,030 metres (9,940 feet)
Here is stage one of the upcoming July 2008 Lost Boys Tour d’Enfer. A trip organized by my friend Leslie that will include people from the USA, Canada, France, Turkey, Germany, and Switzerland.