Hatchet 3-Domaines: History, VAMs and execution forecasts for the 2013 Tour's first mountain wrap up


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Hatchet 3-Domaines: History, VAMs and execution forecasts for the 2013 Tour's first mountain wrap up

As the Centenary Tour de France enters the Pyrenees for its first mountain complete of the race, we dissect the principal significant climb, Ax-3-Domaines.

The information used to create the figures underneath was given by Ammatti Pyoraily, who is an absolute necessity take after on Twitter on the off chance that you are into quick time execution information, climb profiles, authentic records - it's a staggering gathering of information, so an immense thank you for giving it.

The climb

The following is the climb, 8.9km long at a normal slope of 7.46%, and separated into five segments. It begins steeply, 8.9% and 8.3% for the initial 1.3 and 2.7km, separately. It doesn't dip under 8% until the last kilometer, where it is entirely level. This has suggestions for ascertained power yield (in light of models) since they turn out to be less exact as angle smoothes out. It additionally implies that if the climb will isolate riders, it will happen drop down, and whoever is as one with around 2km to go will most likely hold tight to the line. Expect hard endeavors early.

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