Riviera Gravel #7 – Mont Macaron

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Riviera Gravel #7. Mont Macaron is a testing climb that delivers balcony views of Nissa La Bella, passes by ancient ruins and finally arrives at a classic Paris-Nice col. All within a compact loop from the Café.

Riviera Gravel #6 – Mont Férion

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Riviera Gravel #6. The gravel equivalent of Mont Ventoux. Three sides to climb, a chapel, an old mine, a lookout tower and a deserted village. Mont Férion is a gravel wonderland.

Riviera Gravel #5 – Via del Sale

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Riviera Gravel #5. One of the highest, certainly the most historic, probably the most beautiful gravel rides within reach of the Côte d’Azur. This is the Via del Sale.

Riviera Gravel #4 – L’Estérel

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Riviera Gravel #4. The Route des Cols has been a badly kept secret amongst the other sporting disciplines that practice their follies in the Estérel national park.

Riviera Gravel #3 – Sospel – Chemin de Paraïs – Col de Braus

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Riviera Gravel #3. The Col de Braus is one of the most iconic climbs anywhere in cycling, even if its racing history is less than illustrious.

Riviera Gravel #2 – La Turbie, Fort de la Revère

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Riviera Gravel #2. from the perched village of La Turbie to 19th century forts and along the most spectacular stretch of chemin in our region. Climb to the Fort de la Revère for gravel balcony views.

Riviera Gravel #1 – Vinaigrier, Col d’Èze, Plateau de la Justice

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Riviera Gravel #1. It's about time we let the secret out of the bag. Where We Ride has a second playground, a second cycling paradise, a second option to explore.