Where to Ride MTB

10 of the Toughest Bike Climbs in the World

Are you hardcore enough to attempt any of the following?

Also known as La Gamonal, the Alto de L’Angliru is in Asturias, Northern Spain and makes for a relatively short but incredibly steep climb.

A brilliant route for professional road bicycle training, the trail starts at 322 metres in height and gains a further 1248 kilometres over the 13.47 kilometre route.

At its steepest point, Cueña les Cabres, the gradient is 23.6% with the average gradient along the trail being 9.9%.

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