Can you handle the Climb to Kaiser?
The Climb to Kaiser is not an easy ride!
Taking place on Saturday, June 27, 2020 in Clovis, CA, the 44th Annual Climb to Kaiser is one of the hardest rides in North America.
The traditional Climb to Kaiser, rated as one of the “10 toughest rides in America by Bicycling Magazine”. It’s a 155 grueling miles with over 15,000 feet of climbing!
This ride will test your mental and physical toughness. You never know what Mother Nature has in store on this unique challenging ride.
C2K Route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31515746
The Tollhouse Century, perfect for the rider who has a goal of completing Climb to Kaiser someday, but wants to get a feel of the Fresno foothills and heat first with 99 miles and 8,200 feet of climbing.
Tollhouse Route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31515167
Featuring multiple climbs throughout the ride, the two that stand out are the 7-mile Old Tollhouse Grade, featuring pitches up to 13%, and the shorter 3.5-mile climb at Big Creek with sections of 20%.
Of course, there are plenty of other steep roads you’ll have to conquer, too, but the good news is this ride has a lot of downhill for you to spin easy and recover before the roads head up once again!
The rides are fully supported with SAG, rest stops, lunch stop, and a great after ride meal. If you register before June 10th, you will also receive a personalized Bib! The Bib will have the route you registered for, the event date and your name.
Registration also includes an event T-Shirt, event patch and a finisher’s medal!
For more information, please visit: http://www.climbtokaiser.com