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    Joe Skipper

    TORQ are pleased to announce that for 2016 we will be fuelling one of British Triathlons’ fastest rising stars, IronMan Triathlete, Joe Skipper, with our range of TORQ Performance Nutrition Products. 

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    Superbagnères

    Surrounded by no less than fifteen snowcapped peaks above 3,000 metres, climbing to the ski-station at Superbagnères, deep in the Midi-Pyrénées, opens up a whole new world of freedom all the way to its 1,800 metre summit. 

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    Mont Ventoux

    If there’s one mountain that strikes fear into the heart and soul of cyclists the world over, it’s Mont Ventoux, and while the ascent from Bédoin garners most of the limelight, delve a little deeper and you’ll find a certain serenity amidst its lunar landscape that may well be unexpected. 

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    Passo Pordoi

    The curvy Passo Pordoi may not be the longest or the hardest climb, but with 33 hairpins in less than 10km, it’ll take some serious work to beat that ‘bend to length’ ratio. 

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    Col Agnel

    An unbelievable climb, snow-capped peaks, an abundance of nature and a deserted road that looks like it’s been stitched to the side of the mountain with a needle and thread, takes you on a journey like never before.  

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    Col de la Croix de Fer

    Nestled in the heart of the Rhône-Alpes and surrounded by a veritable who’s who of mountain peaks like the Galibier and Alpe d’Huez, the Col de la Croix de Fer may not be quite as well known as its more celebrated siblings, but that’s not to say it’s any less spectacular. 

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    Col de la Bonette

    “Pacing, pacing, pacing, should be circulating in your head like a broken record throughout, especially as the steepest gradients up to 15% come in the final kilometre”, says The Col Collevtive’s Mike Cotty. 

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    TORQ Recovery Bar

    Our third and final product, due for launch in the next few weeks, is the NEW and unassailable TORQ Recovery Bar. 

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    Col d’Izoard

    As one of the rare climbs that has featured in both the Giro d’Italia and Tour de France, the Col d’Izoard was always destined for greatness, climbing its way up to 2,360m elevation, the Izoard is a beautiful beast at over 30km in length from Guillestre. 

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    Col Collective Arcalís

    On his first visit to Andorra, TORQ Fuelled Mike Cotty was fortunate enough to ride the 18.3km climb of Arcalís (the final ascent of Stage 9 of the 2016 Tour de France) with resident pro, Dan Martin, from the Cannondale-Garmin Team, giving him a  few tips along the way…

       

    Starting in Ordino, Mike’s video shows the climb up to the Arcalís ski station, 18.3km long with an average gradient of 5.2%. 
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    Alpe d’Huez

    Back in 2003, carving his way up  Alpe d’Huez, TORQ Fuelled Mike Cotty got his first taste of what was to become his mountain journey; watch the video and read the report of his recent re-visit to this Col. 

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    TORQ Hypotonic

    We recently released details of the new TORQ Chew, so now it’s time to introduce our second innovation, also launching this month.