2003 Tour de France and Marmotte Event

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The 2003 Tour de France spent three days in the Alps, and included the famous climbs of the Col du
Galibier, Alpe d'Huez and the Col d'Izoard. The Grenoble Cycling Pages have now been updated with
photos and information from all this year's Alpine stages.


Other recent additions to the web site include a report on this year's Marmotte, a 174 kilometre
Alpine event that over 6,000 cyclists started, and a course that took riders over the Col de la
Croix de Fer, the Col du Galibier and Alpe d'Huez. There are also photos from four of the stages of
the Dauphine Libere, the Tour de France warm-up race that took place in June.

The Grenoble Cycling Pages have been put together to promote cycling around the city of Grenoble and
in the French Alps. The website includes information on cycling in the three mountain ranges that
surround the city, the Chartreuse, Vercors and the Alps. The site includes mountain road information
and images, suggested routes and ride reports.

You can also find information on cycling around Briancon, La Clusaz, Bourg St Maurice and
Barcelonette, as well as the cycling events such as the Marmotte and Megeve Mont Blanc.

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