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Date Posted: 13:57:33 09/18/02 Wed
Author: Simoni's Dentist
Subject: Climbing in the Vuelta

Was reading about one of the climbs in the Vuelta. Apparently there is a 800 metre section on the Alto L"Angliru with a gradient of 23.5%. That sounds awfully steep. Does anyone know the gradients of some of the steeper climbs around wellinton, eg. Horokiwi, steep side of Moonshine, Hungerford Road

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[> Re: Climbing in the Vuelta -- the tooth fairy, 22:35:14 10/08/02 Tue

ask a fella called Jim Robinson.....he published a few stats on this subject a year or so ago, and i think it was on http://www.capitalcycling.org.nz

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