Mountain of Hell
Mountain of Hell : Why do people do it?

The Mountain of Hell is an extreme downhill mountain bike race held annually in the French . It is widely considered to be one of the most challenging and dangerous mountain bike races in the world. The race is known for its steep and technical terrain, high altitude, and unpredictable weather conditions. The race is also very fast, with the top riders reaching speeds of up to 60 miles per hour.

The course is approximately 15 miles long and descends over 7,600 feet. The race starts at the top of a at an elevation of 3,400 meters, and then winds its way down through a variety of terrain, including rocky scree fields, narrow singletrack, and steep chutes.

The Mountain of Hell is a very dangerous race. In addition to the risks of crashing, riders are also at risk of altitude sickness, hypothermia, and frostbite. The race has been the scene of several serious accidents, and even fatalities.

Despite the dangers, the race attracts a large number of riders each year. Riders are drawn to the challenge of the race, the opportunity to test their skills against the best in the world, and the camaraderie of the mountain biking community.

The Mountain of Hell is not for everyone. It is a race for experienced and skilled mountain bikers who are willing to take on the risks involved. But for those who are up for the challenge, the race is an unforgettable experience.

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