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Mulholland Challenge

110 miles with 11,500 feet of climbing
Mulholland Challenge • Route Profile
Route Profile

Mulholland Challenge • Climbs

Cat. 2: Mile 68 and 90
Cat. 3: Mile 18, 21, 40, and 48
Cat. 4: Mile 27, 34, 56, 96, and 102

Mulholland Challenge • Description

The Mulholland Challenge is a difficult century in the Santa Monica Mountains with stunning views. Most of the course overlaps with the Mulholland Double Century, which is held on the same day.
The ride starts in Agoura Hills and descends via Las Virgenes/Malibu Canyon into Malibu. After a few miles south along the ocean, the first climb winds up Topanga Canyon and Old Topanga Canyon. The course then continues on Mulholland Highway, Little Sycamore Canyon, and Cotharin Road.
The descent on Deer Creek Road offers an amazing view of the Pacific Ocean. After a few miles south on Pacific Coast Highway, the most difficult climb of the day leads up Decker Canyon, which eventually turns into Mulholland Highway. The last big climb winds up Stunt Road, followed by a descent down Piuma Road. The course then climbs Cold Canyon and leads back to Agoura Hills.
Event Website: Mulholland Challenge

Mulholland Challenge • Interactive Map

Mulholland Challenge • Pictures

Mulholland Challenge • Mulholland Highway Rock
Mulholland Highway Rock
Mulholland Challenge • Mulholland Highway Rock
Mulholland Highway Rock
Mulholland Challenge • Deer Creek Road
Deer Creek Road
Mulholland Challenge • Deer Creek Road
Deer Creek Road

Mulholland Challenge • Personal Notes

2006
I rode this ride solo.
2008
I rode with Bob N., John U., and Susen S. from the Renegades, as well as with Joel G. from Calabasas. John, Susen, and I finished the ride together. We had a total of three flat tires, which prevented Susen from winning her age group.
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See Also: Gran Fondos & Centuries and King of the Mountains Century Challenge
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