France: R.G.V.

24 km
133.3 m
Lead-in distance
0.96 km
Lead-in ascent
0 m
Level required
Event only?
0 m 50 m 100 m 150 m 200 m 0 km 4.8 km 9.6 km 14.4 km 19.2 km 24 km Pavé Sprint Reverse 334 m Aqueduc KOM Reverse 403 m, 5% Ballon Sprint Reverse 325 m Marina Sprint Reverse 193 m

Segments on route

SegmentTypeDirectionDistance (on route)Average incline
Pavé Sprint ReverseSprintReverse334 m (10.7 - 11 km)-
Aqueduc KOM Reverse / Aqueduc QOM ReverseClimbReverse403 m (12.5 - 12.9 km)5%
Ballon Sprint ReverseSprintReverse325 m (16.9 - 17.2 km)-
Marina Sprint ReverseSprintReverse193 m (23.9 - 24.1 km)-

Upcoming group workouts on route

GC Coaching's Amalgam
2021-01-16 12:001h 30m99
1.0-5.0 W/kg

GC Coaching's Amalgam

Workout overview

Duration: 1h 25m

Stress points: 99

Zone distribution

Z1: 25m

Z2: 21m

Z3: 10m

Z4: 21m

Z5: 9m

Z6: -


Author: Shayne Gaffney | GC Coaching

-10 minutes gradually progressing from Zone 1 to Zone 3.
-3x30 seconds priming efforts at progressing intensity and cadence, with 30 seconds easy between.
-2 minutes easy.
-5 different interval "amalgams" for your fitness pleasure!
---INTERVAL 1: 85% FTP all day. We will be mixing it up with on-bike position changes as well as working on pedaling fluidity.
---INTERVAL 2: A BEAST! 10 minutes right @FTP...You can do it!
---INTERVAL 3: Some short and sharp efforts...6x (15 seconds @110% FTP, 45 seconds rest) #power!
---INTERVAL 4: "Shark Teeth!"...3x (60 seconds ramping up from 105-115% FTP, then 60 seconds ramping down from 115-105% FTP)...Only 1 minute break between these!
---INTERVAL 5: We finish off today with ANOTHER 10 minutes right @FTP! Even though you'll be tired, I know you can do it! #mentalstrength
-5 minutes gradually reducing from Zone 2 to Zone 1.

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BRT Presents Ed Laverack's ZRL Workout
2021-01-16 16:301h51
1.0-5.0 W/kg

Zwift WTRL Training - R.G.T TTT with Ed Laverack + BRT!

Workout overview

Duration: 41m

Stress points: 51

Zone distribution

Z1: 5m

Z2: 17m

Z3: 8m

Z4: 6m

Z5: 5m

Z6: 1m


Author: Ed Laverack (via TrainingPeaks)

- Warm up because the start is a hard effort
- Use the draft to conserve energy whenever possible
- Attack every punchy climb to avoid being dropped
- Know the route so you can pace yourself, move to the front before important climbs, etc
- Save a useful power-up for the finish

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Frequently asked questions

FAQ: What do the coloured areas overlapping the elevation profile mean?

Segments along the route are coloured along the height profile. Climbs are indicated with red, sprints with green and other segments (e.g. laps or timed segments) with blue.

FAQ: What do the climb categories , , , and mean?

Climbs are categorized based on how tough they are, which depends both on the climb's length and its average incline. The toughest climbs are rated (HC comes from Hors Catégorie, which is French for beyond categorization). Less tough climbs are rated as category , less tough climbs than those are rated as , and onwards with and . Any climb less tough than category four does not get a rating.