The hardest mountain stage yet, and some might say the hardest in the entire race. There's not much time left to pressure Roglic, the yellow jersey may be a lot closer to being decided after tomorrow.
Intermediate sprint: 14:17/14:21/14:26
Montée de la Selle de Fromentel: 15:36/15:45/15:54
Col de la Biche: 16:03/16:14/16:25
Finish at Col du Grand Colombier: 17:11/17:25/17:40
The first 100k are almost completely flat, the intermediate sprint will, as a result, be hotly contested once again. If no break goes away before it, there's little time to develop a lead before the climbing starts.
The triptych of Jura climbs has, of course, already been previewed at the Tour de l'Ain last month. The Selle de Fromentel is brutally steep towards the end, and will greatly trim down the peloton.
The Col de la Biche is the least difficult climb of the three, it's the final 7.1k of the profile below.
After this, there's 1k of descent, 1k at 8% to Croix de Famban, and then the actual descent starts. 15 kilometers of flat separate it from the start of the final climb, it's a shame they're not doing the Anglefort side (this would have cut the flat by over half). As it is, the Grand Colombier is easily hard enough to open up big gaps, but not if it's raced as defensively as at the Tour de l'Ain. The climb gets easier towards the end before a steep finish.
General classification after Stage 14
Tadej Pogacar + 0.44
Egan Bernal + 0.59
Rigoberto Uran + 1.10
Nairo Quintana + 1.12
Miguel Ángel López + 1.31
Adam Yates + 1.42
Mikel Landa + 1.55
Richie Porte + 2.06
Enric Mas + 2.54
Points classification after Stage 14
Sam Bennett 262
Peter Sagan 219
Matteo Trentin 169
Bryan Coquard 162
Caleb Ewan 158
Mountains classification after Stage 14
Benoît Cosnefroy 36
Marc Hirschi 31
Nans Peters 31
Toms Skujins 24
Quentin Pacher 21
Young riders classification after Stage 14
Egan Bernal + 0.15
Enric Mas + 2.10
Sergio Higuita + 25.28
Valentin Madouas + 58.35