Virtual Rides Mont Ventoux Turbo Training Video Download

£10.99

Virtual ride video footage of Mont Ventoux, the famous and difficult ascent used many times in the Tour De France. The mountain achieved worldwide notoriety when it claimed the life of British cyclist Tom Simpson, who died here on the 13th July 1967 from heat exhaustion. The road to the summit has an average gradient of 7.4%. Starting in Bédoin the climb is easy (3.9% over 5.8km) until Saint-Estève where the 16 remaining kilometres have an average gradient of 8.9%. The last kilometres can be a real energy sapper due to the strong violent winds you get around the summit.

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Virtual ride video footage of Mont Ventoux, the famous and difficult ascent used many times in the Tour De France. The mountain achieved worldwide notoriety when it claimed the life of British cyclist Tom Simpson, who died here on the 13th July 1967 from heat exhaustion. The road to the summit has an average gradient of 7.4%. Starting in Bédoin the climb is easy (3.9% over 5.8km) until Saint-Estève where the 16 remaining kilometres have an average gradient of 8.9%. The last kilometres can be a real energy sapper due to the strong violent winds you get around the summit.
Features a dashboard on the top of the screen which shows distance left to climb, current average gradient percentage, suggested RPE intensity and cadence. Dashboard at the bottom shows speed, altitude and current gradient percentage.
Download also features workout soundtrack to add to your training enjoyment.
Virtual Ride Turbo Training Download.
Approx 1 hour run time, plays on most computers using the MP4 File format.
To download once payment is made please go to My Account on the Success Cycling website and click on the link in the Available Downloads Section.

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