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100 Greatest Cycling Climbs: Britain, paperback £4.16 del @ Amazon (£2.50 for orders over £10)
100 Greatest Cycling Climbs: Britain, paperback £4.16 del @ Amazon (£2.50 for orders over £10)

100 Greatest Cycling Climbs: Britain, paperback £4.16 del @ Amazon (£2.50 for orders over £10)

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The first edition of the successful road climbs book is normally well over a fiver. if not more. RRP £10.
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One for the enthusiastic MAMIL (or otherwise).

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As in uphill? I try to avoid them myself.

janner66

As in uphill? I try to avoid them myself.



Haha I thought that myself!

they would be great fun in reverse though, just take your feet off the pedals and scream as you remember you have no brakes :-)

great price. ordered! thanks OP

Banned

I doubt you'd think they were great when you're riding up them.

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mumto17

I doubt you'd think they were great when you're riding up them.



Surely when one pays 1k for a bicycle it shouldn't have any issues with a hill climb?

Excellent book - provides inspiration for days out on the bike by stringing two or three together. Slowly ticking off the south-east climbs, would love to go further afield and do some of the others in Yorkshire or Scotland. For those with the competitive instinct, there's a Strava 100 climbs club, with leaderboards at Veloviewer.

lolyehright

Surely when one pays 1k for a bicycle it shouldn't have any issues with a … Surely when one pays 1k for a bicycle it shouldn't have any issues with a hill climb?



Surely strength and fitness is the primary hill climbing requirement.
Edited by: "rev6" 12th Jan 2015

I could have a £10,000 bike and it wouldn't help me get my fat backside up a hill

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labpedro

I could have a £10,000 bike and it wouldn't help me get my fat backside … I could have a £10,000 bike and it wouldn't help me get my fat backside up a hill



Well despite this being slightly over your virtual budget, this 4.65kg.(!) bike would actually help!
evanscycles.com/pro…219

But the question still stands whether it help enough to get you to the top? ;-)

p.s. no need to rush to buy it because I don't think Evan Cycles will be selling out of these too soon...
Edited by: "jazid" 12th Jan 2015

jazid

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I like the irony, as it looks like elevation data with a massive descent at the end.

jazid

Well despite this being slightly over your virtual budget, this … Well despite this being slightly over your virtual budget, this 4.65kg.(!) bike would actually help!http://www.evanscycles.com/products/trek/emonda-slr-10-2015-road-bike-ec068219But the question still stands whether it help enough to get you to the top? ;-)p.s. no need to rush to buy it because I don't think Evan Cycles will be selling out of these too soon...



Phew. You'd be lucky if the bike was still intact after a steep hill climb!: )
Edited by: "rev6" 12th Jan 2015

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cheapo

I like the irony, as it looks like elevation data with a massive descent … I like the irony, as it looks like elevation data with a massive descent at the end.


But what goes down, must go up!

Lose weight and challenge yourself!

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lolyehright

Surely when one pays 1k for a bicycle it shouldn't have any issues with a … Surely when one pays 1k for a bicycle it shouldn't have any issues with a hill climb?

have you tried it. I have a 2k bike and seek out hills. They are still hard. That's the point. Any serious road cyclist seeks out hills

Thanks O.P.
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