Two Roads to Glory is the ultimate riding guide to the 2011 L'Etape du Tour. Preview both Etape stages in full, all climbs, all descents, From the Alps to the Massif Central, this is your must have guide to compete the Etape in good standing. Also perfect entertainment for indoor training or spinning classes. Don't dream it, Do it!
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It's time to make history. The unprecedented demand to ride the most sought after Sportive in the world means that for the first time ever 2011 will provide the opportunity to conquer two of the most challenging and rewarding stages of the greatest show on earth - Le Tour de France. Will you choose the classic 109km Alpine adventure from Modane to Alpe d'Huez, with the mighty Col du Galibier in your path? Or maybe a soiree over some of the most beautiful roads in the Massif Central on a 208km fairytale from Issoire to St Flour? One, the other or both? Either way you'll need to prepare for a memorable day with each route containing hidden gems and 3,500m of ascending.
Entering the fifth year on the recon road, once again we leave no stone unturned to bring you an essential insight behind both routes. Take a virtual tour from start to finish, with ride host Michael Cotty, uncovering the delights and dangers that lie around the next hairpin, with a unique mix of on the bike commentary and Cyclefilm entertainment. Choose life. Choose your friends. Choose your route. Choose lining up on the road in July with 10,000 intrepid cyclists ready to take on the world. Choose the right preparation. Choose satisfaction. Choose 'Two Roads to Glory'. Choose to RIDE. Read about history or be part of it.
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Cyclefilm is a dedicated cycling production company for cycling related DVDs, how-to cycling guides, bicycle documentaries, L'Etape du Tour, Gran Fondo recon films, promotional videos and bicycle industry news coverage. Don't Dream it, Do it - Cyclefilm Founder/Director Markus Neuert