Red Bull’s “Bay Climb”: Insanely-Steep Uphill Bike Battle | SF
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De Haro St. | De Haro St., SF, CA
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Red Bull Bay Climb will take over an iconic hill in San Francisco with athletes from vastly different cycling disciplines to battle it out in an uphill, chain-busting sprint. The event features a bracket style format with riders racing shoulder-to-shoulder straight up three steep blocks of historic Potrero Hill.
The event itself is as unique in its construction as it is difficult. The race length is just 0.32 miles, but with an average grade of 15% – and a peak grade that clocks in at a quad burning 21% – this fast and furious contest is not for the faint of heart.
The race starts at 12 pm, but be there an hour early for the registration if you’re competing.
Red Bull Bay Climb
Saturday, September 8, 2018 | Noon to 6pm
De Haro St (Between 18th And Southern Heights) in Potrero Hill, SF
FREE to watch
There are no bleachers or seats available. Spectators are invited and encouraged to bring camping chairs if they would like. However, beach style umbrellas and pop up tents are prohibited with the exception of registered athletes/teams set up in the athlete area.
Red Bull Bay Climb is free to the public. All spectators are invited to attend at their own risk. The event is not responsible for injuries to persons or property due to your attendance. By entering the event area you assume these risks.
Due to there being a limited capacity in and around the event area, the event organizer, in conjunction with the San Francisco Police Department, reserve the right to close access to the event area at any time to ensure the safety of all guests. This event will run rain or shine.