For most riders in the betting de France Tour odds -though, not all- the climbing stages of the betting de France Tour odds are the hardest part of race. And of the two major climbing sections many riders in the betting de France Tour odds competition claim that the Pyrenees climbing in the Basque country is the most demanding part of the Tour de France odds.
Everyone is familiar with the iconic Alps and obviously anyone familiar with geography knows that the betting de France Tour odds competition must pass through them. And of course the betting de France Tour odds competition passes several in the demanding and spectacular Alps. This year in fact the last -and perhaps the most crucial- climbing stages in the Tour de France odds will be held in the Alps.
But the real back breaker in many betting de France Tour odds events and the lesser climbing section in the Tour de France odds is the Pyrenees Mountains. These jagged peaks help to form one of the natural barriers and traditional borders between what is now modern Spain and France and is a major thorn in the side of the betting de France Tour odds riders. These peaks are some of the most majestic in Europe and according to many betting de France Tour odds the most demanding climb that Tour de France odds riders will face.
In July the crest of these rocky outgrowths are dusted with white now and the faces covered in emerald green lusciousness, a perfect setting for betting de France Tour odds. The Pyrenees have the section of the betting de France Tour odds competition where the race was settled and many Tour de France odds fans think that could also be the case this year.
More likely than not, it will be the second stage of climbing -in the Alps- that settle the betting de France Tour odds, but there should be little doubt that the Pyrenees will be one of the highlights of the betting de France Tour odds competition.