Harlow Moor Rd
Harrogate, United Kingdom
The Harlow Moor Rd is a col with a length of 1.2 kilometer. It is located in Harrogate, Yorkshire, United Kingdom. The average grade of this col is 6% with a maximum of 10.8%. The Harlow Moor Rd ascents from 90 meter at the start, to 159 meter at the top, with a total of 69 ascending meters.
|Elevation gain||69 m|
|Average grade||6 %|
|Maximum grade||10.8 %|
|Minimum elevation||90 m|
|Maximum elevation||159 m|
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The climb begins when you hit the stone bridge at the bottom of the descent and turn a sharp left. The stream crossed here is called Oak Beck (“Beck” is often used in Yorkshire for a small river or stream). In real life, this bridge is narrow and crossing-controlled by traffic lights to be one way.
This climb is part of a GPS-accurate re-creation of the finishing circuit for the 2019 UCI Worlds road race in Zwift. In 2019 the men’s pro peloton raced up this climb 6 times after a 185km lead-in.
- UCI Road World Championships 2019