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Old 09-02-01, 08:30 AM   #1
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Mt. Ventoux

Bike Forum probably has some new members, due to the unexpected closing down of another forum called Bicycle Forum.
Anyway, on that forum I asked advice about climbing Mt. Ventoux. August, I sucessfully climbed it. Reaching the top was euphoric. From East not a bad climb at all.
Well, a member from the Netherlands, I believe- was great. He sent me a link about Mt. Ventoux, giving background and a graph showing its relief.
Should that person be subscribed to this forum, could he please re-send that link on Mt. Ventoux. I did not print it out or place it in memory. Bike Forum- thanks for taking us on.
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Old 09-02-01, 04:20 PM   #2
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Chris L is pleased that you enjoyed Mt. Ventoux. This is a climb that Chris L would like to try one day (when Chris L gets some money).

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I also climbed Mont Ventoux this summer, but from the South side (from Bedoin). It was pretty hard (one of the hardest climbs i have done) with a fully loaded (20kg) touring bike, but very nice after Chalet Reynard.

I have a couple of bookmarks to pages that contain information about Mont Ventoux that could be of interest:

http://www.geocities.com/Yosemite/Rapids/3892/
http://members.home.nl/eurocols/cols/ventoux.htm

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Old 09-27-01, 03:02 AM   #4
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That would be me!

First of all, congratulations! I will make my first try in about two years, after I move there and get some hills under my belt.

Here are my Ventoux links:

http://www.geocities.com/Yosemite/Rapids/3892/

http://www.alexpages.net/

http://www.gsoto.easynet.co.uk/fr_ride7a.htm

And finally, the chart itself, on my Web site

http://www.masong4.demon.nl/images/VentouxChart.jpg

Cheers...Gary
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