New York routes

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  • Astoria Line 8

    11.57 km | 141 m ascent

  • Couch To Sky K

    6.75 km | 68 m ascent

  • Everything Bagel

    34.29 km | 545 m ascent

  • Flat Irons

    14.85 km | 146 m ascent

  • Gotham Grind

    9.26 km | 96 m ascent
    Event only

  • Gotham Grind Reverse

    9.26 km | 96 m ascent
    Event only

  • Grand Central Circuit

    6.86 km | 144 m ascent

  • Grand Central Circuit Reverse

    6.86 km | 144 m ascent
    Event only

  • Hudson Roll

    9.02 km | 80 m ascent

  • Knickerbocker

    22.55 km | 365 m ascent

  • Knickerbocker Reverse

    22.54 km | 365 m ascent

  • Lady Liberty

    12.36 km | 206 m ascent

  • LaGuardia Loop

    2.79 km | 27 m ascent
    Event only

  • LaGuardia Loop Reverse

    2.79 km | 27 m ascent
    Event only

  • Mighty Metropolitan

    20.1 km | 318 m ascent

  • NYC KOM After Party

    36.63 km | 475 m ascent
    Event only

  • Park Perimeter Loop

    9.76 km | 126 m ascent

  • Park Perimeter Reverse

    9.76 km | 126 m ascent
    Event only

  • Park To Peak

    4.58 km | 126 m ascent

  • Rising Empire

    20.82 km | 377 m ascent

  • Shuman Trail Loop

    2.53 km | 9 m ascent

  • Shuman Trail Reverse

    2.53 km | 9 m ascent
    Event only

  • The 6 Train

    6.47 km | 69 m ascent

  • The 6 Train Reverse

    6.47 km | 69 m ascent
    Event only

  • The Highline

    10.53 km | 179 m ascent

  • The Highline Reverse

    10.53 km | 179 m ascent
    Event only

New York segments

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  • Central Park Loop

    Segment | Forward
    9.7 km

  • Central Park Loop

    Segment | Reverse
    9.7 km

  • New York KOM / New York QOM

    Climb | Forward
    1.4 km | 6.1%

  • New York KOM / New York QOM

    Climb | Reverse
    1.1 km | 5.7%

  • NY Sprint

    Climb | Forward
    150 m | -4.3%

  • NY Sprint

    Sprint | Reverse
    230 m

Frequently asked questions

FAQ: What do the coloured areas overlapping the elevation profile mean?

Segments along the route are coloured along the height profile. Climbs are indicated with red, sprints with green and other segments (e.g. laps or timed segments) with blue.

FAQ: What do the climb categories , , , and mean?

Climbs are categorized based on how tough they are, which depends both on the climb's length and its average incline. The toughest climbs are rated (HC comes from Hors Cat├ęgorie, which is French for beyond categorization). Less tough climbs are rated as category , less tough climbs than those are rated as , and onwards with and . Any climb less tough than category four does not get a rating.