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 to the Sauselito Creek. The last 1.5 miles are when things get serious with the final quarter mile grade bumping into the mid-teens. For this section of the ride, the route is an out and back and riders have been known to cut their climb short. That won’t be you as you’ll know the end is right around the bend.

hi mountain

Huasna Road
Arroyo Grande, CA
6.1 Miles, 736 feet

Similar to Hi Mountain Road, Huasna Road is a gradual climb with a bite at the end. The climb is longer at 6.1 miles, but the sting on the top side isn’t as strong as Hi Mountain, with 10% grades only found in the last mile of the climb. The climbs are managable due to the local topography that provides moments of respite on the march to the top.

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Central Coast Classique

August 27th, 2016

Arroyo Grande, CA

100/64/30 mile route options

CentralCoastClasssique.com

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