Elevation profile Ruidenberg via Ruidenbergstraat
Elevation profile Ruidenberg via Ruidenbergstraat
Elevation profile Ruidenberg via Ruidenbergstraat
6
difficulty points
2.1%
avg. gradient
5.7%
steepest 100 meter
1km
length
22m
total ascent

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Ruidenberg via Ruidenbergstraat is a climb in the region Plateau of Wijnendale. It is 1km long and bridges 22 vertical meters with an average gradient of 2.1%, resulting in a difficulty score of 6. The top of the ascent is located at 42 meters above sea level. Climbfinder users shared 1 review/story of this climb and uploaded 0 photos.

Road names: Ruidenbergstraat & Steenstraat

This is an automatic translation, the original language is: Dutch.
This side of the Ruidenberg is used in cycling competitions and youth races as a descent to the Vinkensveldstraat. The approach is first when you drive through a small forest on a narrow road and then the road makes a turn to the right. At first it's still a false flat, but then it gets a bit s... read more
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Ruidenberg via Ruidenbergstraat
This climb
Plateau of Wijnendale
22 climbs
Hinterland of Bruges
43 climbs
West Flanders
348 climbs
Belgium
4288 climbs
Europe
17089 climbs
Difficulty points
6
rank
13
33% easier than
Keiberg via Lookhuisstraat
rank
22
45% easier than
Poelberg East
rank
239
96% easier than
Mont Kemmel
rank
4011
98% easier than
Col de Haussire
rank
16605
Average gradient
2.1%
rank
10
49% less steep than
Regenbeekweg
rank
27
57% less steep than
Poelberg West
rank
279
83% less steep than
Bocheldreef from Duinbergen
rank
4004
88% less steep than
Edelstrasse from Eupen
rank
16369
92% less steep than
Calçada das Carquejeiras
Length
1km
rank
10
31% shorter than
Keiberg via Keibergstraat
rank
13
53% shorter than
Hellebos from Pittem
rank
122
rank
2479
rank
13491
Total ascent
22m
rank
8
15% less ascent than
Ruidenberg via Vinkensveldstraat
rank
10
15% less ascent than
Hellebos from Pittem
rank
157
80% less ascent than
Mont Kemmel South
rank
3659
rank
15973
99% less ascent than
Pico Veleta

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Beautiful scenery
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Climbing times

7 km/h 00:08:17
11 km/h 00:05:16
15 km/h 00:03:52
19 km/h 00:03:03

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Charles_Leirman
4 Mo 00:02:23 (24.3km/h)
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This side of the Ruidenberg is used in cycling competitions and youth races as a descent to the Vinkensveldstraat. The approach is first when you drive through a small forest on a narrow road and then the road makes a turn to the right. At first it's still a false flat, but then it gets a bit steeper. You see a forested area in front of you. When I did it for the 1st time, the concrete became a little rough and it looked like you were riding on cobblestones. First I thought that my tire was flat but then I found out that this is purely because of the road surface. When you approach the crossroads where the road meets the Steenstraat, you first take a mini-descent that actually is your launch to then do the last tough part uphill to the top of the Ruidenberg where it gets up to 6 percent. Almost no traffic but I wouldn't consider this as a climb but more as a descent.

Deze kant van de Ruidenberg wordt in wielerwedstrijden en jeugdkoersen meer gebruikt als afdaling om dan zo naar de Vinkensveldstraat te gaan. De aanloop is eerst wanneer je door een klein bos rijdt op een smalle weg en dan de weg een bocht naar rechts maakt. Het gaat eerst nog vals plat, maar dan wordt het iets steiler. Je ziet dan ook een bebost gebied voor je liggen. Toen ik hem voor de 1ste keer deed werd de beton op een moment iets ruw waardoor het leek alsof je op kasseien reed. Ik dacht eerst dat m'n band plat was maar kwam er dan pas achter dat dat puur door het wegdek komt. Wanneer je het kruispunt nadert waar de weg samenkomt met de Steenstraat neem je eerst nog een mini-afdaling dat eigenlijk je lancering is om dan het laatste pittig stuk bergop te doen naar de top van de Ruidenberg waar het nog max. 6 procent wordt. Bijna geen verkeer maar zou dit toch niet als beklimming doen maar meer als afdaling.

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