Quackcyclist Devil Mountain Double Century





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Published on May 1, 2011

Devil Mountain Double

This ride was first ridden by a handful of riders in July of 1996. On this 206 mile ride, you'll have the opportunity of climbing Mt. Diablo and Mt. Hamilton. It starts in the San Ramon area. Certainly "not for the faint of heart", this ride is a major challenge for sure!!

Mt. Diablo was listed by BICYCLING magazine as one of the ten toughest climbs in America. Mt. Diablo rises 3,200 feet in 10.5 miles to a height of 3,849 feet. Mt. Hamilton will have you climb 2,100 feet in just 7 miles to the 4,100 foot peak.

Sierra Road will be your biggest test: not only is it incredibly steep, climbing 1,800 Feet in 3.2 Miles, but it comes after 150 miles!!

Most of this ride is very rural, very scenic, and very low on traffic. The terrain is unspoiled and rugged. If you like to climb and are ready for a real challenge, this ride's for you!! Climbs: Diablo-Morgan-Patterson-Mines-Hamilton-Sierra-Palomares-Norris


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