The average gradient of the climb is 9.2%, and it doesn’t drop anywhere below the 7%. You got 29 turns ahead before reaching the summit of this 10km long climb. Each turn is numbered, so when you look up from your handle bars, you know where you are. This can be an encouragement or disappointment, but reaching the summit will always feel like victory.
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