Stories, information and comments from Bexley Hill climbers
Story by Tom R from , United Kingdom, submitted on 03/07/2016
Approach from the north (lickfold) for the steepest assent this road kicks up early and keeps giving, a little flat half way up but the last 100m or so really make it a man test. It is wide enough for one car so you may encounter the odd driver coming at you who doesn''t want to drive in the mud, causing you to dismount but it''s rare. Sometimes mud in centre of the road kicked up from cars. After heavy rain there will be loose stones as it is often a river bed. Once at the top get your breath for the mile or two mile descent into Easbourne. If you crack this you are a good rider.