Dante's Inferno - Super West Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

Dante's Inferno - Super West


All the cycling data and info you'll need to climb Dante's Inferno - Super West

Page Contributor(s): Bo Jensen, Syracuse, NY, USA

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Climb Summary

Dante’s Inferno. Traditionally, the Full Dante’s Inferno consists of two halves; East and West. (Full Dante; 138 miles, 14,120 vertical feet).  The Dante’s Inferno Super-West is the Big Brother of the West side, and according to Participant Bo Jensen, Dante’s Super West (118 MILES, 13,976 vertical feet) is even more challenging than the Original Full Dante considering the more concentrated climbing.  

Riding for PJAMM on June 13, 2020 in Dante’s Inferno - Superwest - from left

Ed Keplinger, Will Sympson, Jason Walz, Anthony Lubrino, Vincent Love, Bo Jensen and Bryan Ludgate

Well, regardless, the guys in PJAMM got ‘er done June 13, 2020 - GREAT JOB GUYS!!