The Rollapaluza Urban Hill Climb is an 800m, lung-busting, uphill sprint held on Swains Lane, Highgate, London. Now in it’s third year the event has proven to be hugely popular with a broad range of cyclists as well as local residents and spectators.
Thursday 19th July, 6.30pm – 9.30pm. Swains Lane, London, N6. FREE to ENTER and SPECTATE!
The Urban Hill Climb, generates a unique “alpine” atmosphere in North London, allowing participants and spectators to experience the cheering crowds lining the slopes usually only witnessed in the mountain stages of the Tour de France.
Photos: Andy Waterman
Over 180 riders took part in 2012 with hundreds of spectators. Entry for racers and specators is FREE.
This event is part of Rollapaluza’s commitment to bring a more diverse range of cycling events to the capital alongside our famous roller-race events, the UK’s largest Cyclo Cross race, the nocturnal “Muddy Hell” and our new Keirin event.