How many of Britain’s ‘100 Greatest Cycling Climbs’ have you ridden?

New art-quality poster allows you to keep track of how many of the climbs featured in Simon Warren's book '100 Greatest Cycling Climbs' you've ridden

Fans of Simon Warren’s top-selling 100 Greatest Cycling Climbs book will appreciate a new companion poster that has been produced.

The high-quality artwork comes complete with a set of red-headed push-pins so that you can visually ‘tick off’ the climbs on the poster as you ride them.

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As its name suggests, 100 Greatest Cycling Climbs charts the top ascents around Britain, with information about each climb and a rating of its difficulty.

Soon after its publication, riders started stretching out from the local listed climbs to ride others in the book – hill-climbing twitchers, if you like.


The companion poster was designed by 1810 Creative, a graphic communication studio based in London. The A2-sized artwork printed on museum-grade archival paper stock using UV-resistant pigment inks.

The climbs are presented in a circle, with their relative elevations represented.

It’s available in two versions: Premium (£85) and Prestige (£225).

The Prestige version is limited to 100 copies, and comes numbered and signed by Warren, and mounted on alumnium-reinforced Kapa board, glass-free and with 100 red push pins from Moore in Pennsylvania to chart your achievements.

The Premium version is limited to 500 copies, is un-mounted, and you provide your own pins. The posters are now on sale from the 1810 Creative shop.

You can win a Prestige edition via an online competition – which closes today (Friday, June 10). Head over to and fill out the competition entry form. The competition closes midnight June 10 2016 – terms and conditions apply.