Col du Pré (Beaufort) Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

8.2
FIETS
8.1 mi
DISTANCE
3,244 ft
GAINED
7.6 %
AVG. GRADE

FULL CLIMB STATS

Page Contributor(s): Carl Hansen, Guernsey, UK; Anja Kanan, Škofja Loka; Mathieu Badano, Saint Denis, Réunion

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Tour de France 2021: Stage 9 (Hors-Categorie).  2021 is the second time in 3 years the tour will feature Col du Pre after never including it in any TdF since 1903.  Col du Pre will be only one of 5 HC climbs of the 59 categorized climbs of the 2021 Tour de France. 

Nairo Quintana (COL) first to the summit in the 2021 TdF. 

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Cycling Col du Pré

Ride 13.1 kilometers gaining 989 meters at 7.6% average grade.

Col du Pré is becoming a Tour favorite?  Well, after never being featured from 1903 to 2018, its burst on the scene with appearances in 2018 and 2021 👍🚵👍.  

For 2021, Col du Pré is one of, albeit the least known, only 5 HC climbs of 59 categorized climbs in the TdF - taking its place alongside some of the most famous, toughest and spectacular climbs in the world:  Mont Ventoux, Col du Tourmalet, Luz Ardiden and Col de Portet. . . and rightly so!

PJAMM Cycling’s interactive Profile Tool - accessed via profile image accessed on the main climb page.

The steepest 500 meters of the climb is 13.5% and begins at kilometer 10.1.  17.8% of the climb is at grade 10-15% and 2.3% is at 15-20%.  20% of the climb is at or above 10%.

Thank you to Anja Kanan, Škofja Loka and Mathieu Badano, Saint Denis, Réunion for the photographs on this page.