The Huasna Hill: A Classic Climb in the Central Coast
This year’s annual Central Coast Classique features a familiar climb, the Huasna Hill in Arroyo Grande. This segment has been attempted by almost 1500 cyclists and something of a climbing tradition for the annual event;
In Search Of Old Creek Road: Climbing Highway 46 During The SLO Gran Fondo
This classic climb in the central coast takes highway 46 from the coast, south of Cambria, and sends riders over an enlightening grade, connecting cayucos to the south, and Paso Robles to the north.
The Hi Mountain Road, A Preview For The Central Coast Classique
KOM Segments for the Central Coast Classique Hi Mountain Road & Huasana Road Hi Mountain Road Arroyo Grande, CA 4.5 Miles, 646 feet The first three miles are smooth sailing around the mild grade as it passes the Rancho Arroyo Grande Shop and meanders next…
Gibraltar Road: Landmark Climb Of WorldTour and Recreational Cyclist Alike
The 6.5 mile climb up Gibraltar Road is considered one of the top five scenic climbs in the U.S. and will host a mountain-top finish for Stage 3 of the 2016 Amgen Tour of California Men’s Race.
Thomas Mountain Route Summary Start: Turn right off Hwy 74 5.5 miles south of Lake Hemet onto Pyramid Peak Road, turn left on Hop Patch Springs Road and follow it to a small parking area where the pavement turns to dirt. Route: Follow the fire…
Latigo Canyon Road: A Hallmark Of SoCal Climbs
This classic Malibu climb coils like a kingsnake gliding through coastal brush as it traces a route up-and-over the sandstone bluffs that hug the Pacific coast and connects PCH in Malibu to Mulholland Highway in Westlake Village.
Rose Valley: A Climb Through The Pristine Santa Barabara Wilds
The Rose Valley climb is part of two routes in the Ojai Valley Century, the Hammer Head Century and the Double Metric Century. On these routes, you get a sense of rural California with light traffic, hawks overhead, and quiet riding, all while only about…
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