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Results – Ewan Tuohy won Waller Pain for the fourth year in a row with a time of 1m12.8s

Chris Newberry repeated his second place of 2017 after missing last year and Daniel Pink came third for the second year in a row.

Full results can be found here

Pictures of the day are available here

The 9th annual Waller Pain hill climb returns to Caterham on Sunday 9th June 2019 at 10am!

Waller Lane is a narrow road running from the centre of the Surrey town that pitches up at 20 per cent in places, and includes 210 feet of climbing over its 0.31-mile length. The all inclusive event attracts an unusual mix of Elite riders including National Hill Climb Champions, enthusiastic club amateurs, have-a-go mums on shopping bikes all the way down to kids on balance bikes (supported by strong backed mums and dads).

Entry donation of £7 to paid on the day.

Secure your climb by pre-registering via Eventbrite.

Categories Included:

18+ Men & Women’s

(40+) Vets

Under 16s

Under 12s for fun

Fit Mums & Fat Dads (Novices)  

The emphasis is firmly on having some fun and the event is part of the annual Caterham Festival, so there’s always a sizeable crowd cheering on the riders.

Proceeds from the event will go to the Caterham Round Table Charitable Trust, to support local charities.   This event is run by Caterham Round Table as part of the Caterham Festival.

Waller Pain takes the following format:

• Riders set off at 1 minute intervals (Time Trial format)

• Pusher on the line (to hold the bike)

• Entry is on the day

• First rider sets off at 10am so please arrive for 9am-9:30am (latest) to allow time to get your number and register.