Puncheur 2021

100.0KM

1458M

ROAD

Distance Elevation Gain Ride Type

 

The challenge of Puncheur is not a long list of nasty climbs, neither is it mega-endurance. The challenge is to keep up a good tempo along rolling roads over 62 miles and to keep your rhythm up and over the short climbs and drags.


There are long, flat stretches, draggy climbs, some fast descents, and short, sharp, steeper hills to get out the saddle and punch your way over. Pace it to ensure you have something in your legs to get you up Ditchling Beacon at the end.

 

Authored By Jack Buxton
"After only learning how to ride his bike in anti-clockwise circles back in the Nineties, Jack has come a long way (although only by taking left turns) and is now heading Pearson's online offering. When he's not manning the keyboards you'll see him out on his Off Grid, as a newly converted gravel aficionado."
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