Print: Stage 18 | Briançon – Izoard


Stage 18 | Briançon – Izoard

Col d’Izoard – 7.3%

Passing through the Casse Déserte it’s like a scene from the Wild West.

Col d’Izoard has been on the route 34 times previously in the Tour de France since 1922. This is the first year with a stage finished there.

Giclée print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308gsm resulting in beautiful, fully archival prints with incredibly fine detail.
Print size A3 (297x420mm). Unframed.

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One of four prints illustrating four HC category climbs from Le Tour de France 2017.
The diagonal illustrates the 7.3% gradient of the climb from it’s starting point above sea level to the summit. Like a scene from the Wild West – Col d’Izoard, a summit finish of the Tour de France for the first time.
Hors Catégorie (HC) is a term used in stage bicycle races to designate a climb that is “beyond categorisation”. The term was originally used for those mountain roads where cars were not expected to be able to pass.

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Weight 0.6 kg
Dimensions 330 × 46 × 80 mm