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March Challenge - Hit those Hills

Updated: Mar 21

Welcome to the March's Challenge

Bag the Cols - having ridden far in January and frequently in February it’s time to get climbing. Below is a list of local (relatively so) cols, some familiar, some not so, some will be covered on our Sunday rides, some will require you to self organize.

Introducing the Cols

Sawyers Hill - RP: Sawyers Hill - 2.7km long, 1.4% average gradient, 42m ascent

Hoebridge Hill - Hoebridge Hill - 1.03km 2.2% 25m

St Anns HillSt Anns Hill - 0.5km 6.7% 36m 

StapleLane  - Staple Lane - 2.4km  3.8% 99m

Crimp Hill - Crimp Hill The Climb-TFPS - 1.35km 4.0% 48m

Box Hill - OFFICIAL 100Climbs No14 Box Hill - 2.4km 4.7% 116m

Chapel Lane - Box Hill Original Sportive - Chapel Lane - 3.1km 3.2% 98m

Shere Road - Lotus Garage Lumpy Climb - 2.75km 3.9% 107m

Henhurst Lane - Henhurst Lane - 2.45km 5.1% 132m

Whitedown - OFFICIAL 100Climbs No18 White Down Ln - 1.9km 5.9% 117m 

Barhatch - OFFICIAL 100Climbs No120 Barhatch Lane - 2.4km 6% 147m

Leith Hill - Tanhurst Lane (Full) - 1.5km 6.7% 105m

The points are Bag:

Any 3 cols 1pt

Any 6 cols 2pts

Any 9 cols 3pts

All 12 cols 4 pts

Most vertical meters climbed in March earns a bonus point - one for men, one for women.

A maximum of 5 points can be obtained.

Please join the March Cycling Elevation Challenge on Strava to make counting easier. Only rides outdoors count. Please make sure points are claimed by midnight on April 1st.

Bonus points claimed are on an honesty basis and input into the google spreadsheet via the website. Navigate to the Waldy Challenge page and in the middle right of the page, press add bonuses; you will then be taken to the google sheet. 

Get in touch with your challenge master Luke Phillips if you need help entering your scores or want to query anything. 

p.s. for anybody wondering what bagging a col means - it means riding up a hill.

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