Urban Hill Climb | Rides in September - week 39

Also known as the Highgate Hill Climb, this is an annual cycling event that takes place in Highgate, London, England. It is a hill climb race where participants race against the clock to see who can reach the top of a steep hill, Swain's Lane, the fastest. The event is organized by the Highgate Harriers, a local athletics and running club. The course is approximately 1 km long and has an average gradient of 12%. The event usually takes place in late September and open to riders of all abilities. The format of the event is a time trial, with riders starting at intervals, and the winner is the rider who completes the course in the fastest time. The event is also a fundraiser for local charities.

There were 16 rides mentioning "Urban Hill Climb" in this week , burning 3113 calories (that's 195 kCal each)

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