The course is an 11.7 mile climb over which riders gain approximately 2800 feet of elevation to the top of Virginias tallest peak, Reddish Knob. The course begins on a straight road with a gentle false flat climb. At the 6-mile mark riders pass the dam and the grade increases and remains sustained for the next four miles. The last two miles involve several steeper pitches and one or two short rolling sections as riders roll along the ridge road up to the summit of Reddish Knob at 4400 feet elevation. Minimum and maximum pitches will be posted soon. The average grade is approximately 5%.
The Reddish Knob Challenge is situated in Virginia
and belongs to the
Starting from Briery Branch, Virginia,
the Reddish Knob Challenge ascent is 19.47 km long. Over this distance, you climb 796 heightmeters.
The average percentage thus is 4 %.
The maximum slope is 10.5 %.
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