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Mount Ventoux (1,912 metres) is a mountain in Provence that is often used in Tour de France. The mountain is called 'the bald mountain' because of the bare limestone which covers the last 6 km to the summit. During a stage on July 13 1967, the British cyclist Tom Simpson fell off his bike, some 1.5 km from the summit. He died from heat exhaustion and amphetamine and alcohol intake.
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