Three days before the queen stage of the 2020 Tour de France tackles the new giant of the French Alps, Col de la Loze, cyclosportive racers had the chance to also race to summit at Col de la Loze Cyclosportive on 13 September starting from Brides-Les-Bains.

With 21.5 kilometres at a slope around 7% the final climb to the summit was a serious pro level challenge for the 137 amateur cyclists who participated.  Both the 100km and 60km races pushed riders to their physical limit with copious amounts of climbing, 3800m and 2720m respectively, that effectively turned the races into uphill time trials.

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