Located in Kent, in South East England, the York’s Hill is one of the steepest, toughest and most spectacular finishing climbs in professional cycling.
The surface of the twisting road is asphalted. It’s one of the steepest, toughest and most spectacular climbs in the country. The climb is 0.6km long with an elevation gain of 74m. The average gradient is 13 per cent but the maximum gradient is 25 per cent. It hosts the world’s oldest bike race (August 20th 1887), the Catford hill climb.