The Stockeu hill is one of the highlights and spectator magnets of the oldest cycling classic still being held, Liège-Bastogne-Liège, which is therefore also called the Doyenne and is one of the five cycling monuments. Only 1,100 metres long, it has ramps of up to 20% and an average gradient of over 12%. The best thing to do is to push yourself up it, driven by the frenetic spectators, before cheering on the cycling elite on their arduous journey from Liège-Bastogne-Liège. After the Roche-en-Ardenne hill, the Saint-Roch hill and the Wanne hill, which was completed shortly before, the Stockeu is the fourth of a total of ten mountain classifications.

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