2019 Maillot Jaune 14 Days

TRIP DETAILS:

Duration: 14 Days (13 nights)
Dates: Tuesday, 16 July to Monday, 29 July, 2019
Start: Toulouse
Finish: Paris
Group Size: 30 guests – 6 staff
Suitable For: Cyclists and Non Cyclists
Suitable Cyclists ability: Experienced, Intermediate, Social
Price: AUD$7,900 (US$5,530)
OPTIONAL SINGLE SUPPLEMENT: AUD$1250 (US$875)

Optional Extras:

Bike Rental A$858 (US$600) (Cannondale Synapse carbon fibre)
Travel Insurance

Note: All trip costs are per person, not including airfare and based on two persons per room. If traveling alone we will match you with a person to share. Alternatively, you may choose to have a room of your own by paying the single supplement.

TRIP HIGHLIGHTS:

Bucket List climbs
Col d’Aubisque, Col du Galibier, Col de la Croix de Fer and the big 3: Col du Tourmalet, Mont Ventoux, Alpe d’Huez

Secret Roads
Central Massif, Ariege Mountains, Gorges de la Nesque, French Alps balcony roads, Paris highlights

Touristic Opportunities
La Cité medieval – Carcassonne, Provence Villages, Lavender Fields of Provence, the City of Lights – Paris

Experience the TDF Live
Stage 11: Albi to Toulouse, Flat, 167 km
Stage 12: Toulouse to Bagnères-de-Bigorre, Mountain, 202 km
Stage 14: Tarbes to Tourmalet Barèges, Mountain, 117 km
Stage 16: Nîmes to Nîmes, Flat, 177 km
Stage 18: Embrun to Valloire, Mountain, 207 km
Stage 21: Rambouillet to Paris Champs-Élysées, Flat, 127 km

2019 Maillot Jaune – In short

Experience the chase for the yellow jersey, it is the ultimate prize for the professional cyclist. 2019 is the 100th year anniversary of the yellow jersey. Many dream of wearing the Maillot Jaune leading the peloton onto the Champs-Élysées around the famous landmarks of the Grand Palais and the Arc de Triomphe. Our trip starts in Toulouse and follows the race route from the beginning of the second week of racing through to the finale in Paris. Enquire at the time of booking about VIP experiences.

This is our premiere trip for experiencing the energy of the largest annual sporting event in the world and ticking off the bucket list of the most famous cycling routes. Designed predominantly for cyclists, your non-cycling partners are also catered for throughout your Tour de France trip.

Our carefully designed itinerary gives you extra time at each hotel, so that you can relax, enjoy riding and recharge yourself during the trip. You will travel like a professional cyclist in our custom fitted luxury coach – with its onboard toilet, bar, reclining seats and coffee machine. It will also meet you at the end of the rides allowing you to have a hot shower before heading off for a drink or watching the race.

Itinerary

Day 1 – Tuesday 16th July: Bienvenue, welcome to France

Our trip starts with your guides meeting you at the Toulouse Blagnac Airport at 11:00am. Toulouse is the home of Airbus and the gateway to the Pyrenees, South-Western France and Andorra. For us, Toulouse provides great access to the Tour de France as it starts its second week of racing. Arrive a day or two earlier and enjoy this vibrant city with great restaurants or visit the technology museums.

After a short transfer into the Aveyron region which is part of the Central Massif, we’ll assemble our bikes and head out on a short warm up ride. The very quiet roads through the countryside are perfect for adjusting into the time zone, shaking off some travel legs and testing out your bike for your cycling holiday in France.

Our ride crosses the Aveyron river a couple of times, before returning back to our hotel. The river has gorged its path through the host rock so we’ll be able to enjoy some great views and test our gears with a little climbing.

Tonight we’ll have dinner together with an accompanying drink. A great social opportunity to meet your fellow guests and staff. Most importantly, you can have any of your questions answered by your helpful staff.

TODAY IN THE RACE
Rest Day 1: Albi
Albi hosts an annual cyclo-touring event and the 2017 UCI World Gran Fondo Championships were decided here under the backdrop of its grand brick Cathedrale Sainte-Cécile, noted as the largest freestanding brick building in the world. Massage, rest and an ‘easy 90km’ ride will be on the agenda for riders.

Meals
Welcome Dinner

Overnight
Rieupeyroux, France

Warm up ride

Day 2 – Wednesday 17th July: Gaillac wines and a stage start in Tarn

We arise this morning with the excitement of the day ahead. There is nothing more special than seeing the buzz of a stage start of the largest annual sporting event in the world. See your favourite rider as they disembark from their team bus and sign-on before heading off on today’s stage. A vibrant atmosphere and a great opportunity for an autograph or a selfie.

After fuelling ourselves in the breakfast room, we offer a couple of options for guests. If you’re eager to rack up the kilometres in France, we have the option for a 50km ride to the stage start. We’ll also offer a ride after the stage has started, so if you’d like to experience more of the stage start, our chauffeur will transfer you and your bike to Albi. After lunch and the peloton has departed Albi, we’ll start our main rides. We have a short (30km) and long (60km) option through the Gaillac wine growing region.

Our ride finishes in Gaillac, where you’ll be able to taste the wines of the region and grab a bottle or two to take on your trip through France. Afterwards, we’ll travel to the Pyrenees where we’ll base ourselves for four nights enjoying this great riding location and conquering its most famous climbs.

Tonight, at our 3rd generation family run hotel, we’ll enjoy our evening meal together, helping us prepare for the climbing ahead.

TODAY IN THE RACE
Stage 11: Albi to Toulouse, Flat, 167 km
Set up for the sprinters, this shorter flat stage will attract the best sprinters of the world and contribute toward the Green Jersey aspirations. They may be spoiled by a rider searching for the honour of winning a stage of Le Tour de France.

Meals
Breakfast, Dinner

Overnight
Argelès-Gazost, France

Easier Ride Option

Harder Ride Option

Day 3 – Thursday 18th July: Legendary climb – Col du Tourmalet and a stage finish

We’ll set off after breakfast and make our way along the route of Saturday’s important stage, the summit finish to Col du Tourmalet. We start on the gentle gorge road beside the crystal waters flowing from cirque du Gavarnie. After reaching the village of Luz-Saint-Sauveur, the climbing begins. This western side with its consistent grades is the most difficult of the two possible ascents. The final 3 km averages more than 10% and contradicts the apparent proximity of the summit which is always in sight.

Once at the summit, and with our memorable moments caught on camera, we’ll descend toward today’s stage finish and stop along the way for lunch. We’ll soon join the final kilometres of today’s race route before watching the attacks on the big screen and the race for line honours with a possibility for claiming the yellow jersey.

Today’s shorter ride option still offers you the chance to climb to the summit of the legendary Col du Tourmalet, ascending the ‘easier’ eastern side. If you’ve had enough you may turn around at anytime. But without time pressure, choose an easy gear, take your time and you’ll conquer this legend.

After the stage finish, we’ll return to our hotel for a scrumptious meal and share wonderful stories of today’s adventure.

TODAY IN THE RACE
Stage 12: Toulouse to Bagnères-de-Bigorre, Mountain, 202 km
A mountain stage more than 200 km! Welcome to the Pyrenees. Riders will leave from “ville rose” with the imminent mountains ahead. Two familiar climbs on today’s course will return our focus toward the race favourites. Col du Peyresourde will make the selection before the twisty ascent of Hourquette d’Ancizan tightens the screws and then a fast descent to the finish line in the thermal spa town. Perhaps a new yellow jersey leader?

 

Meals
Breakfast, Dinner

Overnight
Argelès-Gazost, France

Easier Ride Option

Harder Ride Option

Day 4 – Friday 19th July: Beautiful roads — Cirque du Litor and Col du Soulor

Our base in the Pyrenees is surrounded by the great climbs of the Grand Boucle. This morning, we’ll have the chance to ride over one of its most scenic. Our ride begins with a short climb out of Argeles-Gazost, before the road flattens through the valley and then our main climb to Col du Soulor starts. For our stronger riders, we’ve added a bonus climb before reaching the ascent to Soulor. From Arrens-Marsous, the climb is 7.5 km long with grades mostly above 8%.

Your efforts at the summit will be cheered on by the spectators in their campers positioned for tomorrow’s stage not to be outdone by the curious, if not crafty, horses, donkeys and sheep searching for willing feeders. Our climbing continues after a short descent, along one of the most beautiful roads in France along the edge of Cirque du Litor to Col d’Aubisque. There is a great cafe to stop for lunch at the summit before returning to the village for the afternoon watching today’s time-trial.

After a number of evening meals together, tonight is available for you to soak up the atmosphere of the local village as it welcomes tomorrow’s passage of the Tour de France.

TODAY IN THE RACE
Stage 13: Pau to Pau, Individual time-trial, 27 km
Mechanics will prepare the sleek rigs for riders on one of the most important stages of the 2019 Tour de France, an individual time-trial. Although it seems short, the undulations will favour a powerful all-rounder. The proud race leader tonight will receive a very special collector’s jersey, marking the 100th anniversary of the Maillot Jaune.

Meals
Breakfast

Overnight
Argelès-Gazost, France

Easier Ride Option

Harder Ride Option

Day 5 – Saturday 20th July: Bucket list – Hautacam, a bonus climb and the summit finish

We have many ride options for you today. The hardest task may be choosing which one. As we’ve had a number of days climbing and more to come, you may have a day off the bike or an easy ride along the bike path with a visit to Lourdes and its Grotto. You can return to our hotel in time to see the race pass through.

If your mission is to tick items from your bucket list, why not add two more today. They may be the shorter climbs in the Pyrenees; the jury is out on whether they’re any easier. I’d suggest not. Leaving from our hotel we’ll make our way up the Hautacam in the cool of the morning. Go a further kilometre and a stunning view welcomes you at Col de Tramassel. Descend back to the valley and join onto today’s race route toward Luz Saint-Sauveur. From here you can grab some lunch before going towards the summit finish to watch the race. Alternatively, add the bonus climb to Luz Ardiden ski station to your palmarès.

Once the race has passed through, its all downhill back to our hotel for our final night in the Pyrenees. We’ll come back together for dinner as we look forward to our next few days on tour.

TODAY IN THE RACE
Stage 14: Tarbes to Tourmalet Barèges, Mountain, 117 km
There is little time for riders to prepare for the two tough climbs of today’s stage. Our focus will be on the mountain specialists as they sore up the ascents of Col du Soulor and Col du Tourmalet. It is only the second time a stage has finished at the summit of this ascent of the Tourmalet. The previous stage winner was Andy Schleck over Alberto Contador in one of the greatest battles.

Meals
Breakfast, Dinner

Overnight
Argelès-Gazost, France

Easier Ride Option

Harder Ride Option

Day 6 – Sunday 21st July: Cyclists heaven – Ariege and its mountain stage

We’ll depart the Haute-Pyrenees today and travel to the Ariege department for the final Pyrenees mountain stage and before the second rest day. This is a cycling heaven, quiet roads in lush forest and lots of undulation.

We’ll travel a short distance before we jump on our bikes. Our short and long rides will intersect with today’s stage. After cheering on the passage of the Tour, we’ll return to our bus and make the short transfer to our 4-star hotel situated overlooking the infamous La Cité Medievale – Carcassonne.

Tonight you can explore the well preserved remparts and old city. There are many restaurants to choose from within La Cité. As the sun sets, the lights take over creating a beautiful setting.

TODAY IN THE RACE
Stage 15: Limoux to Foix Prat d’Albis, Mountain, 185 km
Aerial pictures will capture the amazing Cathar castles during today’s stage. Riders, however will be captivated by the challenging ascents. None more than the difficult 18% slopes of Mur de Péguère before descending into Foix, which is 12 km from the final summit finish. Nearly 5,000 m of vertical ascent in today’s stage.

Meals
Breakfast

Overnight
Carcassonne, France

Easier Ride Option

Harder Ride Option

Day 7 – Monday 22nd July: French wonders – Carcassonne to Geant of Provence 

We’ll arise to the morning light shining on the medieval castle. After breakfast, we will  travel to Provence to conquer the mighty Mont Ventoux. Long before Everesting, a cyclist who made the 3 summits of Ventoux in a single day became legendary. After today’s traditional single summit to Ventoux, you earn the right to comprehend the feat.

Our ride starts from Bédoin, giving us several kilometres before the climb begins in earnest. Officially, the total length is 21.5 km averaging 7.45%. Reaching the renowned tower at the summit, requires great resolve to pace yourself and keep pedalling. Riding through the forest raises the question for when will this climb end. Rest assured, the gradient eases as you reach Chalet Reynard. From here it just 6 km to the summit, through one of the most surreal environments you’ll ever ride – the Ventoux moonscape. Make a stop at the Tom Simpson memorial 900m  from the summit.

Your reward at the summit is a serious oversupply of lollies from the vendors and the views across the Luberon Valley. This is truly a memorable experience. After contemplation of your achievements, we’ll descend to Malaucène where you can enjoy a well deserved feed. You can either travel back on our bus or ride the 20 km to our hotel through the Provence villages.

Our hotel for the next 2 nights is a tranquil 3-star hotel with its own pool on a working winery, this is Provence. Tonight we’ll enjoy a delicious dinner from our hotel restaurant, produced with the finest local ingredients.

TODAY IN THE RACE
Rest Day 2: Nîmes, Rest day 2
After a short, yet intense second week, riders will take their rest in Nîmes. Once settled in to their hotel rooms the night before, riders will welcome a three night stay which will help aide their preparation for the final week.

Meals
Breakfast, Dinner

Overnight
Seguret, France

Easier Ride Option

Harder Ride Option

Day 8 – Tuesday 23rd July: Roman ingenuity – Pont du Gard, watch the race live

We can enjoy a little sleep in this morning before we head off across the Rhône river into the Gard department for today’s stage. Soon after leaving from Nîmes, the peloton will cross the Roman aqueduct, Pont du Gard. We’ll avoid the closures on the aqueduct and catch up with the race later on before giving us a chance to see Pont du Gard and watching the race twice. Our longer ride will start from our hotel, while our short ride option will start further along our ride route.

You won’t miss the action of today’s race as our hospitality crew will secure a position on course and give you live television coverage as it unfolds. After the race has finished, we’ll travel back to our hotel where you can walk into the historic centre and have dinner. Today will be memorable for its scenery, historic sites and the buzz of chasing the Tour de France.

TODAY IN THE RACE
Stage 16: Nîmes to Nîmes, Flat, 177 km
Today’s stage will be for the sprinters and is entirely within the department of Gard. The highlight of the parcours will be the peloton riding over the famous Pont du Gard.

Meals
Breakfast

Overnight
Seguret, France

Easier Ride Option

Harder Ride Option

Day 9 – Wednesday 24th July: Mystical climbs – Alpe d’Huez

Like the professionals, we’ll head into the Alps, the difference is we’ll travel in style and skip the laborious kilometres on the bike. Our hotel in the Alps is situation atop the most famous Tour de France climbs – Alpe d’Huez. Not only does this give us the opportunity to close out our set of Tour de France classic climbs, it is accessible to tomorrow’s monumental stage on Col du Galibier. From our beautiful timber rooms, we’ll wake to the incredible Alps vista and our hosts will refuel us each night with dinner.

We’ll start our ride from the valley and let you warm-up before starting the climb. The 13 km climb with 21 switchbacks became legendary in its inaugural year when motorcycle television crews were used for the first time during the Tour. The opening 3 km of the Alpe, where gradients are steepest, force you to question your enthusiasm. Rest assured gradients temper and you’ll settle into a rhythm with the marked reminder of champions past at each turn.

For a longer ride and nearly 3,000 m of vertical metres, you have the option to descend via Col de Sarenne and take an incredible balcony road that suspends over the valley floor. This will bring you back onto the main climb, above the steepest section.

TODAY IN THE RACE
Stage 17: Pont du Gard to Gap, Hilly, 206 km
Riders return to a long 200+ km stage as they head toward the French Alps. The early stages will highlight the historic sites along the Rhone Valley, including the theatre in Orange before the village of Vaison-la-Romaine. Winds are possible to challenge the peloton and favour a breakaway. The final climb under 10km to go will turn a cohesive breakaway against each other.

Meals
Breakfast, Dinner

Overnight
Huez, France

Easier Ride Option

Harder Ride Option

Day 10 – Thursday 25th July: Monumental climbs – Col du Galibier and a monumental stage

We have two ride options this morning, taking us to intersect with the race at Col du Lautaret. Our longer ride will depart from the hotel and first descend, before the long climb to the Lautaret. For a shorter ride option, we’ll transport you to midway along the climb. Gradients are low to moderate for the lower parts of the climb, even some flat and down hill. Once you reach La Grave, the slope increases and your tired legs trouble your ambition. Push on, and the procession of like minded cyclists help motivate you to the summit.

Once we intersect with the race route, we’ll follow it to the summit of Col du Galibier. Reaching the summit (2,642 m) is one of the most satisfying moments you’ll have on the bike. We’ll watch the race pass through, perhaps a little faster and make our descent to meet our transport at the bottom of the valley. It’ll be a long day, but memories of watching the race on this monumental climb will last a lifetime. I still recall, as if it were yesterday, the day Cadel Evans fought-off the repeated attacks by Frank and Andy Schleck in 2011.

TODAY IN THE RACE
Stage 18: Embrun to Valloire, Mountain, 207 km
Touted as the biggest alpine stage of the tour, the route along Grandes Alpes features 2 hors categorie and a categorie 1 climb. The familiar names of Col d’Izoard and Col du Galibier sore above 2,000 m. Climbers will be eyeing off this stage and the competition for polka-dots as well as the yellow jersey will go to a new level. After the descent off Galibier, victory at the finish will require some risk-taking.

Meals
Breakfast, Dinner

Overnight
Huez, France

Easier Ride Option

Harder Ride Option

Day 11 – Friday 26th July: More climbs? Why not? Col du Glandon and Croix de Fer

With the tour heading further North, you’ll have the option for adding two more cols to your belt. We start our ride from the hotel and ride down another balcony road, before starting the climb to Col de la Croix de Fer. Just over half way up the climb, we pass the incredible Lac du Grand Maison. There are even some downhill sections to let the legs recover (or does that mean we’re climbing on the way back?). The bonus is that near the summit of Croix de Fer is a second summit, Col du Glandon.

If your legs aren’t favouring two cols, you can take a short ride in the village before travelling on the gondola to the top of the world, Pic Blanc. The top station is over 3,300m and has wonderful views across the Alps.

After filling our camera with pictures, we’ll head back to our hotel and enjoy watching today’s picturesque stage on television from our hotel. This evening is our final night in the mountains before heading off to the city of lights tomorrow.

TODAY IN THE RACE
Stage 19: Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne to Tignes, Mountain, 123 km
Riders reach the highest point of the tour on Col d’Iseran (2,770m) in today’s short, but dynamic stage. It will only be the second time that the Tour has climbed up this tougher southern side. We would expect the attacks to launch to the highest point of the tour. Time gaps will eventuate at the summit finish to the ski village in Tignes.

Meals
Breakfast, Dinner

Overnight
Huez, France

Easier Ride Option

Harder Ride Option

Day 12 – Saturday 27th July: TGV from the Alps to Paris

This morning we’ll transfer to the TGV, the high-speed train service to Paris. If you haven’t travelled by fast train before, you’ll find this truly remarkable. Reaching speeds in excess of 320 km/h, you’ll be in Paris soon after lunch. We’ll transport your luggage and bikes for you, making it even easier. On arrival in Paris, we’ll check into our 4-star hotel rooms and catch up with today’s final mountain stage.

Tonight, we have a special treat for dinner as we step back in time as to how the French travelled. Decorative fresco artwork populates our evening restaurant with motifs for various region of France, many of which are where we’ve travelled together. This 3 course farewell dinner with accompanying wine is a wonderful way to celebrate our our trip.

 

TODAY IN THE RACE
Stage 20: Albertville to Val Thorens, Mountain, 131 km
A third summit finish above 2,000m creates the theatre for the final alpine stage, and the final opportunity for the yellow jersey. The total ascent for the day approaches 4,500m, but negotiating some of the windy descents may prove the difference.

Meals
Breakfast, Dinner

Overnight
Paris, France

Day 13 – Sunday 28th July: Paris sights and Champs-Élysées finale

It may be the only morning you set an alarm, but well worth the early call. As the sunrises over the city of lights, we head off on our bike through the streets of Paris before it awakes. Our 25 km loop visits the significant sights of this adorable city. Notre-Dame, Le Louvre, Place de la Concorde, Arc du Triomphe,  Trocadéro, and Tour de Eiffel. We’ll even ride along Champs-Élysées. After many photos and a memorable ride, we’ll return back to our hotel for a delicious breakfast.

During the morning you can do some shopping, sit in a Paris café or lounge by the pool. This afternoon, we’ll chaperone you to the Champs-Élysées for the evening finale. Are you interested in a champagne and catered experience? Enquire at the time of making your booking about VIP hospitality.

This evening after the race, you can explore Paris under lights, take in a show or possibly take a dinner cruise on the Seine.

TODAY IN THE RACE
Stage 21: Rambouillet to Paris Champs-Élysées, Flat, 127 km
A day of celebration for the yellow jersey and his team. Tradition is that they will lead the peloton onto the Champs-Élysées before the pace intensifies. It is a dream for many riders to lead the peloton out of the final corner and with the Arc du Triomphe in sight, win the final stage in Paris.

Meals
Breakfast

Overnight
Paris, France

Easier Ride Option

Harder Ride Option

Day 14 – Monday 29th July: Au revoir, Farewell to new friends

Our trip to the 2019 Tour de France finishes today, and we bid farewell to our new friends. We trust that you have had an enjoyable time making new friends, conquering bucket list climbs, visiting beautiful regions and experiencing the 106th Tour de France.

We welcome you to our Bikestyle family and we look forward to seeing you again one day. If you’re leaving today, the hotel will help you to arrange a private transfer for your connecting flight or accommodation in Paris. There is also a metro station nearby to connect you with urban and regional trains. Check-out time is until 12pm.

Meals: Breakfast

Inclusions

Tour cost is per person twin share and includes:

  • Transport throughout by custom mini vans or luxury coach
  • Services of our experienced tour guides, mechanics and drivers
  • 13 nights accommodation 3 & 4 Star hotels
  • Buffet breakfast daily
  • 3 course evening meals on 9 nights
  • Wine at welcome and farewell dinners
  • Scheduled arrival transfer on day one from Toulouse Airport
  • Mechanical assistance with your bike
  • Ride files and Bikestyle guide to the 2019 Tour de France
  • Full Bikestyle Tours kit including knicks, cycling jersey, cap and musette bag

Why Bikestyle Tours?

The enthusiasm of our staff for the Tour and the knowledge and insight provided by our guides means that a Bikestyle Tours trip gives you an unequalled experience. Our staff ratio of 1 staff to every 7-8 clients is one of the best in the business and assures a high level of personal service. You will be looked after by our professional team of on the road cycling guides (male and female), mechanics and support van drivers.

The combination of years of experience, good service, attention to detail and value for money has proven to be a winning formula. Our tour preparation is more than 12 months each year as we sleuth for the tour route before the official release. On our trips we stay in quality 3 star and 4 star hotels chosen for their comfort and location staying as close as possible to the race route, with a mix of traditional and modern hotel styles.

Importantly all Bikestyle trips are Guaranteed Departures, so we won’t cancel a trip due to insufficient numbers leaving you stranded. Our customers come from all over the world so no matter where you live we can help you with your Tour de France vacation.

Specific trips for a range of cycling ability and non cyclists, we have a suite of trips to cater for a range of cycling abilities from our Classic Trips which cater for all levels of cyclists and non-cyclists to Experience Cyclists only trips.

Travel like a “PRO”.

Our comfortable fleet of buses are the best in the business, featuring custom designed enclosed trailers to carry your bike safely. On board are reclining seats and a bar stocked with cold drinks. This year most will have an outside shower with hot water to freshen up after you ride.

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Is this trip for me?

I'M A NON RIDER, IS THIS TRIP FOR ME?

Non Cyclists

Our most popular trips for cyclists and non-cyclists. The primary focus is seeing the race. On some days, we’ll visit beautiful areas of France where you can experience the food and culture.

This trip is great for a non-riding partner.

I'M AN EXPERIENCED CYCLIST, IS THIS TRIP FOR ME?

Ride further and climb more

Absolutely! Our most popular trips for cyclists. Some rides are more than 100km and may have over 3,000m of climbing.

Riders who complete a good training program enjoy these trips the most.

I'M NO ELITE CYCLIST, IS THIS TRIP FOR ME?

Ride regularly

Our most popular trips that caters for different riding abilities. We expect that guests have trained to prepare for their riding holiday.

Our easiest rides involve riding in a group at average speeds of more than 20km/hr (15miles/hr) on the flat.

Climb at your own pace.

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