Tour de France - Legendary Climbs

#1
Col de la Madeleine (South)
France
#2
Col de la Croix de Fer North
France
#3
Mont Ventoux - Bedoin
France
#4
Cols du Télégraphe & Galibier
France
#5
Mont Ventoux - Malaucène
France
#6
Cime de la Bonette - Jausiers
France
#7
Col du Glandon- East
France
#8
Cime de la Bonette - Saint-Étienne-de-Tinée
France
#9
Col du Tourmalet - Sainte Marie de Campan
France
#10
Col du Tourmalet - Luz-Saint-Sauveur
France

Climb List: Tour de France - Legendary Climbs
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Tour de France - Legendary Climbs

Author - Richard Abraham

Richard Abraham is an author and journalist - his Amazon profile reads:

Richard Abrahams’s articles appear regularly in Cycling Weekly and Cycle Sport magazines. He has covered the Tour de France and all of the sport’s biggest stage races and one-day classics for both publications. In addition, his stories have been featured in Tour, Cycling Fitness, and Cycling Active magazines.

Richard Abraham twitter.

Tour de France:  Legendary Climbs is beautifully illustrated and includes quotes from legends of cycling and summaries of the epic ascents (and occasionally descents) of each climb from TdF history.

We have documented all of the climbs in Richard Abraham’s book covering most of the greatest mountains ever featured in the Tour de France. You can see all the climbs on the “map” or “list” above, or access each individual climb by clicking on the climb itself on the map or on the “list” of the climbs.  The page defaults to the map which has pins for each climb in Blann’s book, but you can also see the full list of climbs by clicking “list” at the top left of the map.  The “list” defaults to alphabetical order, but you can also arrange the climbs by difficulty, distance, highest finish, steepest grade, etc. by using the “Sort” feature to the left of the map/list.

In 2015 I began documenting the world’s top bike climbs, including those in Europe.  My library of course includes Tour de France:  Legendary Climbs.

PJAMM Cycling library circa May, 2019.