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Rwanda 2025 UCI World Championship ITT (Fantasy)

Kinigi > Parc national des volcans: 44.16 Km Individual Time Trial

By luigi.russo 

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Fantasy route for the UCI World Championship Men Elite ITT in Rwanda
(here is the Road Race https://www.la-flamme-rouge.eu/maps/viewtrack/308200)

I wanted to choose a part of the country different to Kigali and to make a time trial that can attract GC riders (when the Road Race is more suitable for punchers or nothern classic riders), in order to have as many famous riders as possible in this first African World Championship.

The route takes place at the foot of the Parc National des Volcans, an important naturalistic attraction.
It starts from the mountain town of Kinig, then there is a gentle climb up to the foot of Visoke volcano, a long downhill to the biggest city in the area (Musanze) and the final climb to Kinigi again and up to the foot of Sabyinyo volcano with some double digit sections in the beginning.
The finish line is in front of National Park Headquarters and all the race is at very high altitude.

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