Enjoy these six hard climbs. Each is from a different part of the Earth. Discover, explore, and compare the beauty and difficulty of these very interesting routes and their scenery. Ascend a total of 4 634m / 15 203ft and earn 1000 coins once completed in Time Trial or Race mode.
Cycle within an expansive provincial recreational park called Cypress Mountain, situated in the North Shore mountains above West Vancouver, British Columbia, named after the yellow-cedar trees or yellow-cypress, some of which are over 1000 years old. You’ll get sweeping views offering hiking trails, cycling and a ski resort. The climb is scenic, with short stretches to enjoy some recovery and spin the legs.
Serra do Rio do Rastro is one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in the southeast of Santa Catarina, Southern Brazil, located in Lauro Muller. The climb you’ll ride is known for its sharp bends and steep gradients, surrounded by beautiful landscapes and cliffs. The Atlantic Forest covers the entire ascent, and its length falls within the Ecomuseum reserve. Enjoy the stunning views while winding your way up this spectacular pass.
The Helshoogte Pass starts outside Stellenbosch in the rugged Jonkershoek mountains and nature reserve of the Western Cape, South Africa. It ends in the beautiful and picturesque Franschhoek in the Mont Rochelle nature reserve. The rolling route ending on a climb offers spectacular mountain scenery, and where the region is rich in indigenous flora and fauna and has the status of a World Heritage Site.
Ride along the relaxing Wainui Beach Wharf for about a kilometre and a half before the climbing starts, and you then make your way up into the stunning nature reserve on the east coast of the southern island of New Zealand. Wainui Beach is known for its natural beauty, breathtaking vistas and famous surfing conditions.
Ha Giang lies in the final frontier, far north of Vietnam, situated in a region with exotic and unique scenery in a beautiful rural landscape. Cycle through and explore popular locations with symbolic names, such as Laziness Valley and Ma Pi Leng Panorama. There is lots of variation and things to spot along this lumpy and winding route. The ROUVY route segment takes you through a unique landscape of limestone mist-cloaked mountain pinnacles displaying some of the most magnificent scenery.
The Transalpina North is a mountain pass in Romania that is known for its challenging and scenic cycling routes. The pass is located in the Carpathian Mountains and is the highest road in Romania, with an elevation of 2,145 meters. The Transalpina North is a popular route for road cycling and offers a variety of terrain, with both steep and gentle gradients. The route is also relatively uncrowded, making it a peaceful and enjoyable ride.
Ride and finish the selected routes in a "Time Trial" or Race.