Grenoble Cycling Pages

Discussion in 'UK and Europe' started by RussellinFrance, May 11, 2006.

  1. RussellinFrance

    RussellinFrance New Member

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    Hi all,

    I've just found the forums and wanted to post a hello here.

    I'm a Brit who's been in Grenoble in the French Alps for the last six and a half years, and I'm a cyclist who runs the Grenoble Cycling Pages. I also enjoy photography, and it's a good mix with the site.

    www.grenoblecycling.com

    The site has information on the French Alps including photos of the Cols, profiles of the passes, photos from the big races that pass through the region.

    If anyone makes it to Grenoble and Alpe d'Huez, let me know.

    Cheers, Russell
     
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  2. Tom Reynolds

    Tom Reynolds New Member

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    Russell,

    Good evening. My wife & I will be in Annecy in mid September. What are the top two rides of 50 to 65 miles that you recommend? We are both avid cyclists and enjoy climbing.

    Thanks,

    Tom



     
  3. Eastway82

    Eastway82 New Member

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    Hi, great website, but I looked on your Col Finder and can't find the Joux Plane. Since I'm off tomorrow to go and ride up it on Thursday and see the tour stage go by, that's a bit of a blow!
     
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    But I just found it described in the TDF preview. Makes my legs ache just reading it...
     
  5. IainA

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    Hi Russell,
    I'm planning a charity bike ride from London to Monaco and need some help planning the route. I guess it will take me somewhere near Grenoble, and thought you may be able to assist therefore. We're trying to find the flattest route having come all that distance and are willing to sacrifice some of the scenery if necessary. Can you help ?
    Thanks
     
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