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Professional cyclists and amateurs are always on the lookout for legendary roads and mountains around the world, most known for their challenge, difficulty, and the sheer exhilarating experience. From the peaks of the Alps to the deserts of California, we have collected detailed information on the most challenging bike climbs in the world.

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Cycling Climb - Mauna Kea - USA, HI

#1 Mauna Kea - Hawaii, USA

42.6 mi
DISTANCE
13,863 ft
ELEV. GAINED
6.1 %
AVG. GRADE

With the highest Fiets Index in the world, Mauna Kea is a colossal, nearly impossible ascent. While the climb itself is intimidating, cyclists must be mentally and physically prepared for dynamic weather conditions, altitude sickness, and varying terrain on one of the longest climbs in the world.

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