Tour De France 2013 Stage 16 Vaison La Romaine To Gap Preview

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Updated: July 14, 2013

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cyclists have had a bit of a rest and the day before another individual time trial before the Alps. There are a couple of difficult climbs and this will be a challenging day for all and there will be without doubt a few surprises.

Stage 16 Tour de france 2013 map profile

 

What To Expect

This stage starts with a category three climb and is shortly followed by a category two climb, this should get rid of all the sprinters and most likely have a break-away group leading. After that there is a long period of reasonably flat terrain that descends 200 metres for a distance of 20 kilometres then ascends 200 metres for about 30 kilometres. The intermediate sprint comes at an awkward up-hill part, this yet again will most likely go to the escapees of the day. The last climb is a category 2 climb that is 10 kilometres long and ascends over 400 metres high, after that there is 12 kilometre decent to the finish-line.

Predictions

A sprinter will surely not be able to keep up, a climber who is far behind the leaders in the GC will most likely take it. Quintana could be looking to gain serious time over Chris Froome just before the individual time trial where Froome is surely going to do well compared to Quintana. Rodriguez who is expected to do well in the Alps could recuperate on lost time to Froome. I think that Pierre Rolland will win the stage as a good climber and someone who consistently likes to break away and will not give Froome any problems if he gets far ahead of him, I’m sure that he’ll be in a break-away group that will not be caught and win the stage.

 

“Tour De France 2013 Stage 16 Vaison La Romaine To Gap Preview” written by Seb True

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