31 July 2020 - Pro Race
Stage 2
La Plaine Tonique - Montrevel-en-Bresse    Saint-Vulbas
Presented by : Grand Bassin de Bourg-en-Bresse & CC Plaine de l'Ain

The Spectator's Guide
Type Medium-mountain
Distance 159 km
Stage 1

159 km (99 mi)


La Plaine Tonique - Montrevel-en-Bresse

 Montrevel-en-Bresse (Google Maps)


 Rue Claires Fontaines (Google Maps)
5 racing highlights
  • KM 72.5
    GPM - Montée de Corlier (Cat. 2)
  • KM 75
    Ravitaillement - Aranc
  • KM 97.5
    GPM - Col de Ballon (Cat. 4)
  • KM 124
    GPM - Montée d'Ordonnaz (Cat. 2)
  • KM 130.5
    GPM - Col de Portes (Cat. 3)
Classification Jerseys & Prizes
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  •  Polka-Dot Jersey 
  •  White Jersey 
  •  Green Jersey 
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Flagship tourist site of the Communauté d’Agglomération, the Plaine Tonique brings together on the same site a 4-star campsite with mobile homes and more unusual accommodation, an aquatic centre with two giant slides and a games area, a restaurant and a 95-hectare lake dedicated to water and water sports (500 metres of beach, buoy, banana, parasailing, sailing, water skiing, wakeboarding, paddle, etc).

Sport or idleness, there is something for everyone.

La Plaine Tonique is also the starting point for four mountain bike circuits of 6.2 to 43.5 km which go around the lake and criss-cross the Bresse bocage.

Not forgetting 22 footpaths laid out near the site.

Located east of Lyon, in the heart of the lower Bugey and on the banks of the Rhône, Saint Vulbas welcomes you in a green setting, which was once the seat of an important Gallo-Roman settlement.
With the label “Quatre fleurs” (Four flowers), Saint Vulbas will take you to the heart of nature and paths, for beautiful walks that will delight young and old alike.

If you feel like it, you can then extend your trip on the territory of the Community of Communes of the Plaine de l’Ain, which enjoys recognized heritage sites (Medieval City of Pérouges), admirable natural sites (Cascade de Charabotte) and an undeniable cultural offer (Ambronay Baroque Music Festival, Spring Festival of Pérouges…).

By its geographical situation, it will make you discover varied landscapes extending between the foothills of Bugey, the ponds of the Dombes to the banks of the Rhône and the river Ain and will reveal a range of emotions as singular as varied, spread over its 53 communes.

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