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10 toughest climbs of the Chiltern Hills

The cycling climbs of the Chilterns may not be massif, but how do they compare to the hills of the other home counties? Clip into your cleats and join our voyage of discovery.

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7 peaks Ride High Country

Australia’s most awe-inspiring, scenic and challenging road climbs – the 7 Peaks of Mount Buffalo, Mt Buller, Dinner Plain, Falls Creek, Mt Hotham, Mt Baw Baw and Lake Mountain – are all right here in Victoria’s High Country. Ride one or ride them all to experience spectacular views and epic riding to match any of the classic European tarmac climbs...

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Beautiful climbs in the Western Cape

The country of South Africa known for nature and wildlife, but also for amazing food and coffee bars for cyclist.

Chapman’s Peak Drive. Tabletop Mountain. Sani Pass. These are some of the notable climbs in the South Africa region. However, there are likely some lesser known gems waiting to be discovered.

To find out which of the South Africa...

Best cycling climbs in Surrey

Since the London 2012 Olympic Games, the Surrey countryside has become a must-ride area for cyclists all over the country thanks to its hosting of the Olympic Road Race, and latterly the RideLondon-Surrey Classic road race.

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Best mountains in Girona province

Girona has become one of the coolest cycling destinations in the world. No need to mention all the conditions that Girona has to offer for the best cycling: nice weather all year long, plenty of solitaire roads with very good surface, very close to the Pyrenees with long and steep climbs, and also charming city with fantastic old town and jewish qu...

Brevet de Grimpeur du Ballon d’Alsace '23

The brevet de grimpeur du Ballon d'Alsace is an original certificate which consists in climbing the three sides of the Ballon d'Alsace by bike in the same day.

This is not an official Jersey of this challenge, please go to the official website for more info.

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Brevet des 7 cols '23

Your mission? Conquer Ubaye Valley’s seven magnificent mountain passes, one by one, departing from Barcelonnette: a total of over 400 km of cycling routes criss-crossing the Southern Alps. Get on your bike and go on a cycling adventure that will have you climb the seven passes that dominate the Ubaye Serre-Ponçon Valley. Here, no notion of time or...

Cinglés du Mont Ventoux '23

"N'est pas fou qui monte au Ventoux, mais est bien fou qui y retourne" ("He who climbs the Ventoux is not crazy, but he who returns is crazy")

What is the Cinglés du Mont Ventoux Club ?

Founded in 1988, they offer a permanent cycling tours. The brotherhood of the Cinglés du Mont Ventoux (literally means the Mont Ventoux crazed) group and show...

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Classic Climbs of La Marmotte

La Marmotte is an annual, one-day cyclosportive event in France for amateur cyclists. It is named after the large ground squirrel that is known to inhabit the slopes of the final climb to the finish in Alpe d'Huez. The first event held in 1982 makes it one of the oldest cyclosportive events of its kind and in France it is often called La Doyenne ("...

Classic climbs of the Dolomites

Breathtaking scenery, challenging terrain, and warm Italian hospitality combine to create a unique cycling experience in the Dolomites. The landscape of the famed Dolomite mountain ranges offers epic riding as you climb the jagged peaks and legendary roads made famous by the Giro d'Italia. Experience the passion of Italian cycling beneath clear blu...

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Classique des Alpes Virtuel '23

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The Alpes-Maritimes department is a land of cycling. An ideal setting for its practice. Many professionals of the discipline regularly come here for training courses, to spend the winter or even to settle here all year round.

The mildness of the climate is one of the considerations which justifies this craze. However, the main reason is elsewher...

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Confrérie des Barons du Soulor Aubisque

To become a member of the Barons du Soulor Aubisque, you will have to climb and descend the 3 sides of the Soulor pass and the 2 sides of the Aubisque pass, from sunrise to sunset.

Departure from Argelès Gazost or Arthez d'Asson or Laruns via the mythical Aubisque pass.

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Cycle Capital climbs near Amsterdam

Around Amsterdam it is already known that it is flat. The polders around Amsterdam are world famous for this very reason. Yet even within cycling distance from Amsterdam centre, you can find some nice climbs in the dunes. Cycle Capital Cycling Club challenges you to find them, and feel like the new Gerrie Knetemann or Steven Rooks.

Since its lau...

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Dead end climbs of Limburg

Sometimes it is a shame. Climbs that adorn the landscape, but stop dead at the end. Where you are supposed to turn around, while you actually don't want to. Climbing is also descending over a different road than the one you just climbed.

But then again. There are simply climbs that leave you no other choice. Sometimes asphalt turns to gravel or...

Discover Pays de Herve

This region offers cyclists a variety of cycling opportunities and there’s always a hill around the corner. The landscape turns greener the further away you get from Liège where the hills come with a view. Closer to Liege you can find some of the more challenging steep climbs ascending from the river valleys onto the plateau of Herve. The more sout...

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Dutch cobblestones and clinker climbs

A challenge with a twist. Although we do not have the famous cobbled climbs in the Netherlands as in Belgium, there are (if you look a little wider) a number of them which can awaken the feeling a little.
In our search, we also included clinkered roads, paving bricks, paving stones, pavers and decorative stones. This is a selection of several cli...

Famous Belgian Cobblestone Climbs

Omloop het Nieuwsblad, Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne, Nokere Koerse, E3 BinckBank Flanders, Gent Wevelgem, Dwars door Vlaanderen and, as the apotheosis, the Tour of Flanders. These races are known for their hills strewn with cobblestones. Even during the World Championships 2021, the Moskesstraat was visited, to get this Flandrien feeling. It is often the...

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Famous climbs of the Tour Down Under

The Santos Tour Down Under has revealed many of Adelaide's best-kept climbing secrets. These climbs regularly put the professionals to the test.

Fêlés du Grand Colombier '23

You are a cyclist who doesn't move back in front of the large uneven ones...
The terrifying percentages give you wings...
You dream to climb one of the hardest Pass of France...
You like to launch out personnal challenges...
Cycling on roads without cars, with the Mount Blanc Chain for background doesn't displease you...
And all that, on the d...

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Finest climbs near Vrouweheide

For Raymond Kerckhoffs, cycling (and especially writing about it) is in his blood. From an early age, the native of Limburg went to watch races, or cycled through the Limburg countryside himself.

For De Telegraaf, he has reported on more than 30 Tour de Frances, five Olympic Games, a World Cup and European Football Championship, dozens of World...

Flemish one-day-flies

All these climbs have only been included as official climbs once in the Tour of Flanders. While this may make them less well-known, they are nevertheless little gems for cycling.

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Forgotten climbs of the Amstel Gold Race

The Amstel Gold Race goes through the Limburg countryside since 1967. This little piece of the Netherlands is covered with hills. Due to various changes in the course, several hills have been added and also removed over time.

- Orenberg (mid-1970s)
- Moorveld
- Bergenhause (mid-90s)
- Doodeman (early 1990s)
- Toupsberg (first climb when the...

Former cobblestone climbs of the Ronde

The short, sharp hills in the Flemish Ardennes are a defining feature of the Tour de Flanders. During those years lots of changes were made in the course. The course has included many cobbled roads from the start. This was an obvious choice then, but much less so now. Indeed, cobbled roads have since become rare. For that reason, since the 1990s th...

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Gotthard-Challenge '23

Although just 106km in length, it should not be underestimated: with almost 40km of climbing, it presents a major challenge.

The first pass to be conquered from Andermatt is the Furka. Racing cyclists complete eleven kilometres to the top of the pass at 2436 metres above sea level. Further on in the canton of Valais, a long descent into the Gomm...

Gran Stelvio '23

The Gran Stelvio is first and foremost a challenge to be enjoyed.

Climb the Stelvio from all three sides in one ride and earn the Gran Stelvio badge. The challenge starts from Prad to Bormio, then over the Umbrail pass to Santa Maria and then back again to Prad.

If you have a digital (strava or gpx) or analog proof like mentioned on the websi...

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Grand Fada du Puy Mary '23

The Puy Mary
From the top of the Puy Mary, the largest European volcano and listed as a "Grand Site de France", you have an unspoilt 360°-view of the Cantal and the seven glacier valleys.

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Hairpin ascents of the Ardennes Liégeoises

This selection of ascents will definitely keep you turning. Climbs like Casmatrie and Trôs Marèts might even make you dizzy… The climbs selected for their hairpins are more long than steep, though some have parts going above 10%. A mix of well known climbs and some more hidden gems away from traffic, spread over the Ardennes region of Liège. For Tr...

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Hard climbs of the Hill Climb Championships

These 10 climbs are all famous because of the British National Hill Climb Championship. This is a hill climbing competition held annually by Cycling Time Trials with the location varying year on year. The first edition was in 1944 and since then it has been won by some of the best all-round British cyclists, such as Brian Robinson, Paul Curran, Mal...

Hardest Climbs around Adelaide

Five big climbs that will bake your legs. None of them were ever in the Tour Down Under, but this is the hard stuff!

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Hardest climbs of Belgium

These are the 10 hardest climbs in Belgium according to Cotacol. This is the Belgian 'Bible' about cycling uphill, made by Daniel Gobert and Jean-Pierre Legros in 1989. In it are descriptions of the thousand toughest climbs in Belgium for cyclists. Once you earned this Jersey, you can be really proud.

Hardest climbs of the Netherlands

In 1987, the Dutch magazine Fiets made a list of 130 climbs in France. They made their own calculation method to compare climbs. This Fiets-Index is still a reference with some cyclists. In 1989 Jan Bijlma made, by popular demand, an overview of the climbs in the Netherlands for Fiets and this top 10 came out of it.

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Hidden Gems of Mallorca

Mallorca is a cyclist's paradise with quiet roads, sunshine almost all year round, delicious food, wine and comfortable country hotels where you can get away from it all.
Every cyclist wants to climb Sa Collabra with its winding road, but there are many more beautiful climbs on the island. We have made a challenging selection of both short and lo...

Historical climbs of the Amstel Gold Race

Since the beginning of the Amstel Gold Race in 1966, Limburg has been the battleground for the riders. In the beginning there was only one lap through Limburg, but the organisers started looking for more and more extreme climbs. At this moment the Amstel Gold Race is the race with the most climbs in the professional peloton.

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Historical climbs of the Volta Limburg Classic

The Volta Limburg Classic (until 2011 Hel van het Mergelland) is a one-day cycling race that is held in the Dutch South Limburg Mergelland and the Belgian Voerstreek.

This race is one of the toughest classics in the Dutch cycling world, with tough climbs, fast descents, early dropouts, rain and hail, crashes, narrow victories and talented winner...

La Marmotte '23

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La Roche Challenge

In the heart of the Belgian Ardennes in the magnificent region of the Ourthe and Aisne valleys lies La Roche-en-Ardenne. Come and discover all the climbs starting from this small town, which include some of the hardest climbs in Belgium. You could even try to do them all in one day…!
Remember this was also the training area of Claude Criquielion.

Le Défi du Mont Chemin '23

Open to all cyclists over 18 years of age who make 2 ascents of the Col du Lein (1658m) during the day

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Les Dingos de Lustin '23

Long and forgotten challenge near Lustin, Belgium. Climb the 6 "walls" that lead to Lustin in one ride. If you did the challenge it in n less than 1h45, you were a Bronze Dingolustin. Silver 1.30, Gold 1.15. To be a Diamond Dingolustin, you will have compleet the climbs under the hour mark.

Les Fondus de la Croix '23

The Col de la Croix (1778 m) above Villars s/Ollon on the south side and the Diablerets on the north side must be climbed on the same day, between sunrise and sunset. The climbs are done by the three main routes: Aigle - Les Diablerets - La Croix . Ollon - Villars - La Croix. Bex - Villars - La Croix.

Total distance: 140 km

This is not the of...

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Les Trois Cols '23

Les Trois Cols '23

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Liguria finest climbs

Liguria is a beautiful region in north-west Italy, known for its beautiful coastline, historic towns and delicious cuisine. This coastline is made famous by the cycling race Milano - Sanremo where the rides come down the Passo Turchino and follow the coast over the Tre Capi to Sanremo. When reaching the Cipressa and Poggio they leave the coast for...

Limburg 2012

On the course for the road races, 16.5 kilometres long, the Cauberg and also the Bemelerberg were the sharpshooters. The other hills were in the various sections during the World Cup

The organisation in the Netherlands was in the hands of the province of Limburg in cooperation with eight Limburg municipalities. Valkenburg, known for the Amstel G...

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Limburgs finest gravel climbs

Cycling over gravel, it is hot and happening, and perfect for the wet winter months. That is why we are introducing our first Gravel Jersey . Get off the beaten track and discover fun gravel climbs in South Limburg.

Mergelland Route '23

Back in the days when there were no signposted AGR loops, GPX files, Garmin cycling computer or apps like Strava, Komoot or myCols, there was one permanent signed cycling route that took on almost mythical proportions: the Mergellandroute.

The classic route was once conceived by the ANWB in 1963 as a tourist car ride through the South Limburg co...

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Monasteries and sanctuaries of Mallorca

There are over many monasteries and sanctuaries on Mallorca, many of which can be found in the rural regions, but also on top of quiet hills and mountains. From most of these sites, you can enjoy not only a glimpse into the religious history of the island, but also some of the most spectacular scenery.

With this Jersey take a pilgrimage through...

Montefusco's best Hills around Barcelona city

Barcelona is an amazing city to cycle. Bike-friendly city, but also plenty of climbs around.

In fact, there are so many interesting climbs that sometimes it is difficult to pick which to choose!

The BHBC jersey shows the best 7 hills around Barcelona. Best ones in terms of views, scarce traffic and also good surface. On top of that, all of th...

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Narrow and Steep

This jersey takes you onto some lesser known climbs away from traffic. The route might be thru forest to a small village or via a back-alley residential area where the locals greet you while you’re suffering.

Except perhaps Les Chambralles, these narrow ascents do typically not feature in pro races like LBL or Flèche Wallonne. But some you migh...

Peaks Challenge Falls Creek '23

The Peaks Challenge Falls Creek is a challenging cycling event held in the Australian Alps region of Victoria in March each year.

It was launched by Bicycle Network in 2010, and aims to provide cyclists with one of the world’s toughest and most picturesque cycling challenges through Victoria’s Alpine region.

You’ll tackle the ascents of Tawon...

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Scenic climbs in the Alpes-Maritimes

These beautiful passes were selected by Kong Fufu (Cedrick Dubois). Of course with the more famous climbs like the Col du Braus, but also take a look at the Madone de Fenestre, Col de la Moutière and Mont Vial.
Cedrick is winner of L'Étape du Tour 2019, Mavic Gravel Roc 2019 and Master french champion 2016.

SellaRonda '23

Four famous mountain passes of a classic cycling circuit through scenery that genuinely deserves the word ‘dramatic’ as the bulk of the Piz Boè looms above you. None of the climbs is particularly long or very steep and the total amount of climbing is pretty manageable.
These passes were the scene of some of the most famous battles in Italian cycli...

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Susten - Grimsel - Furka '23

The route leads racing cyclists first from Andermatt through the Schöllenen to Göschenen and on to Wassen. From there you cycle amidst the imposing mountain scenery through the Meien valley up to the Susten pass. Once you have climbed the pass, you will soon be greeted by the Steingletscher glacier. From Innertkirchen the ascent takes place past th...

Switchbacks in the Dutch Mountains

This is a Jersey with a twist, of course the Netherlands is almost entirely flat. But still, here and there, you can find places where you get the feeling of "swichtback hunting". Here is a selection of curvy climbs that we conveniently call "switchbacks". We know they are not in the purest form, but that does not take away the pleasure of hunting...

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The Alpine Classic '23

The Alpine Classic is an experience that will stay with you forever. It will challenge you to the edge of your ability and then instantly reward you with breathtaking views.

The Alpine Classic has been run successfully since 1986, when half a dozen keen Audax cyclists rode from Bright to Falls Creek and back. After a little refreshment they fel...

The Italian Job '23

Mortirolo, Gavia and Stelvio are some of the most famous and most challenging climbs in world cycling and climbing any of them makes for a tough day out. In this challenge you need to do all three in one ride.

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Top 7 cycling climbs in North Wales and Snowdonia

Wales and in particular Snowdonia National Park is certainly fun to ride. The roads are quiet, the hills are steep, and the views are magnificent.

Toqués du Col de Portes '23

The Col de Portes (also called Calvaire de Portes) is a mountain pass situated at 1,010 meters of altitude in the Bugey (Jura massif) near the Calvary and the Chartreuse de Portes.

This is the playground for all cycling enthusiasts in the region. His roads are sparse. It is one of the highest and most difficult passes in the region and it is esp...

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Trittico del Mortirolo '23

As the rules of the 'Trittico' state, the Mortirolo Pass must be tackled on the same day from three sides: from Mazzo, from Grosio, and from Monno.

This challenge was ridden around 2007, but we don't know if it is still organised.

Virtual insanity '22-'23

Get on your bike in Zwift and conquer all the biggest climbs in the Zwift world. Just go out and cycle through Watopia, France, London, New York or even the Makuri Islands. Or try to do the World Championship rides in Yorkshire, Innsbruck or Richmond. And finish with the climb to the San Luca in Bologna.

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Where champions train

There are several reasons why many of the pro cyclists live in Monaco. One of the main reasons is the mild climate, which allows them to train all year round. In addition, Monaco offers a high standard of living and privacy, which is important for many cyclists. There are several mountains around Monaco where these professional cyclists can train....

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