Climbing comparisons and Rapha Rising goodies! » ALABAMA: Dolly ridge climb at two different horizontal scales – 1 mile per grid square. Note how smaller hills appear in the middle of the climb. This typically doesn’t happen on big mountain climbs where the engineers have worked hard to create a steady grade

ALABAMA: Dolly ridge climb at two different horizontal scales - 1 mile per grid square. Note how smaller hills appear in the middle of the climb. This typically doesn't happen on big mountain climbs where the engineers have worked hard to create a steady grade

ALABAMA: Dolly ridge climb at two different horizontal scales – 1 mile per grid square. Note how smaller hills appear in the middle of the climb. This typically doesn’t happen on big mountain climbs where the engineers have worked hard to create a steady grade

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