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Montréal: Who can conquer the Cote Camilien-Houde?
The second of the two WorldTour races taking place in Canada between the 9-11th of September, the Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal is harder than Quebec and features a decisive uphill finish. Though not at the finish, the Cote Camilien-Houde, a 1.8km leg-cruncher that features on everyone of the 17 laps around the University de Montreal, will wear down the legs and should provide a useful ramp for riders looking to escape in the final few kilometres.
Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal 201111 September 2011 | Canada | UPT (ProTour)
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