National Hill Climb Championships to be held on Winnats Pass
CYCLING WEEKLY|January 07, 2021
Only the hardest part of iconic climb will be used, reports Alex Ballinger
Alex Ballinger

The 2021 National Hill Climb Championships will be held on the iconic Winnats Pass, the organisers have announced. For the first time in 44 years, the picturesque climb in Derbyshire will host the Nationals, sparking plenty of enthusiasm from hill-climbing fans and competitors.

The race is scheduled for 31 October, 2021 and will be jointly organised by Myhill Cycling and Rutland CC with volunteers from Sheffrec CC and Lifting Gear Products/Cycles in Motion.

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