For Top up Tuesday this week, we are releasing a bit of a ‘Lucky Dip’ of new rides. We’ve pulled together four different places from around the globe to keep you on your toes!

The Wall with the Macedonian National Champion, Alex Smyth

Located a short drive from Melbourne Australia’s CBD, The Wall rises up from Monbulk to Olinda on the eastern side of Mount Dandenong. 

There are several sections in excess of 15%, but lots of false flats to keep you and your legs motivated. Enjoy this tough climb alongside the Maltese National Champion, Alex Smyth, and Aidan Buttigieg from CycleHouse. 

Holme Moss

The ride starts in Holmfirth, made famous by the Last of the Summer Wine TV Series, before initially climbing up to Holme village to get you stretched and warmed up before tackling on the actual climb up Holme Moss, official UK climbs #43. 

Descend back towards Holme before making a left to Digley Reservoir to the finish. Holme Moss was on the global stage in 2014 as it was the second stage of the Tour de France Grand Depart.

Jebel Hafeet

This climb is one of the most well-known in the UAE, it is featured in the UAE Tour every year which is usually decided on these slopes. The road is voted one of the top ten mountain roads in the world, offering stunning views over Al Ain and into Oman. It was filmed at the height of the global pandemic so it’s very empty and almost car free for a change!

Castle Island

A flat ride from the South Boston suburb of Milton along the Neponset River bike trail into south Boston through the University of Massachusetts – Boston campus and past the JFK Presidential Library, winding along Columbia Point and out farther along the beach to Castle Island, ending at Sullivan’s.