2021 World Road Championships: Flandrien Circuit
The 2021 World Championships in Belgium consists of essentially four parts: a run-in, a Leuven loop ridden seven times (plus two half-laps), an out-and-back to the Flandrien loop, and the Flandrien Loop (ridden twice, with an added two times of up the Smeysberg). This is the 21 km Flandrien circuit, with 5 steep climbs per lap, the steepest the Moskesstraat which comes first. The Start/finish banner comes soon after the Smeysberg, not far before the world championships exit the loop to return to Leuven. Another highlight of the actual race is the Bekestraat climb, a narrow, straight, cobbled ascent which is 3rd here, although due to the limitations of the source data the gradient here may be slightly more consistent than in real life. Although the championships finish on the Leuven circuit (and for the juniors, that serves as the entire course), the climbs here are the highlight of the professional races.
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