Graham Bell Cycles Mont Ventoux

Graham Bell rests while cycling

Graham visited the iconic slopes of Mont Ventoux during the Tour de France and cycled up all three routes to the top. He joined 'Les Cingles du Mont Ventoux which is an amateur race, climbing the mountain as quickly as possible in 24 hours.

The mountain provided the setting for stages 15 and 16 of this year's 100th anniversary Tour de France. The mountain has become legendary as one of the most gruelling climbs in the sport. This year's Tour de France was won by Britain's Chris Froome and is the second year in a row where a British rider has triumphed in the tour.

Graham is a keen cyclist and led a team to complete the Mont Blanc Challenge in 2012, a 175 km cycle from Italy to France through extreme mountainous terrain.