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Montagnes du Monde #12. Mount Fuji stands apart from other mountains in Japan. It's not only the tallest, but the most majestic and influential in the country's culture. This is the giant of Japan.
Montagnes du monde #11. Before the modern-day cityscape took its form the city of Seoul was guarded on all sides by walls and gates. Seoul’s boundaries extended to Namsan in the south.
Montagnes du monde #10. Despite its reputation as an automotive town, L.A. is home to a robust and diverse cycling culture that rivals the most bike-centric of cities.
Montagnes du monde #9. The 'Bump of Melden' as the Koppenberg is known locally shows no mercy. a mere 64 meters above sea level and only 682 meters long and yet one of the hardest and most famous climbs in cycling.
Montagnes du monde #8. Since 2012 climbers both amateur and professional have been flocking to Taiwan to tame the beast that is Wuling
Montagnes du monde #7. At 2,115m tall and with an introduction like that, Tourmalet is the king of the Pyrenees and the grand-father to most of the other climbs featured in the Tour.
Montagnes du monde #6. The first attraction to l’Alpe wasn’t the Tour de France or the winter Olympics spectacles, no, it was the hidden silver buried in the core of the mountain.
Montagnes du monde #5. The highest point ever crossed in the Giro, the twists and the turns, the tunnels, the Stelvio.
Montagnes du monde #4. Gritty riding in Southern Britain on the slopes of the 'Iron Mountain'. The Tumble is the gateway to the valleys.
Montagnes du monde #3. The Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building and Central Park are all synonymous with New York City. But if you're riding in state, Bear Mountain.
Montagnes du monde #2. The cycling culture in Hong Kong has been rapidly developing over the last few years, helped perhaps, by the looming presence of Tai Mo Shan.
Montagnes du monde #1. We cyclists have Parietti to thank for one of the most finely-laid ribbons of tarmac in Europe, Sa Calobra.