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    I just completed the Étape du tour on Monday on my new Izoard and it was a joy on the climbs, all 3 of them! And on the descents I passed most people comfortably so can only praise it. It's very comfortable as well so very happy with it. (As for the Étape a great day out, heat was a killer towards the end!)

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    Thats a ride I dream about doing! What stage of the Tour did they do this year and what gearing did you use!

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    Quote Originally Posted by masi85 View Post
    Thats a ride I dream about doing! What stage of the Tour did they do this year and what gearing did you use!
    A nice easy one
    This coming Fridays stage.



    Amazing day, the heat was tough later on but managed to finish ok
    I used a 50-34 compact with a 12-27. Fitness could/should have been better.

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    Mind boggling! This is why I hesitate to even think about doing the Etape de Tour when they include one of the most feared climbs in the Tour with the Galibier and Telegraphe as warm ups. If heard cases of grown men getting off their bikes in tears the climbs were so hard! Anyway thats what the 11-28 is for. Your brave - very brave!

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    Quote Originally Posted by masi85 View Post
    Mind boggling! This is why I hesitate to even think about doing the Etape de Tour when they include one of the most feared climbs in the Tour with the Galibier and Telegraphe as warm ups. If heard cases of grown men getting off their bikes in tears the climbs were so hard! Anyway thats what the 11-28 is for. Your brave - very brave!
    You'd be surprised what you can do if you try
    A half decent training plan for the 6 months before and you'd do it no bother
    From what I've heard the 2nd Étape was worse, only 1/2 finished it!

    And this was the profile of it


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    Can you please share the pictures of the yellowing of the frame????

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