Even though the gradient is above -20% here, you can still brake and stop accelerating if there are any cars in front of you … or as I noticed earlier in the week – construction vehicles in the driveway or parked alongside the road. The righthand turn up ahead is at the steepest part of the descent, and it is completely blind. I call this spot the “commit point”.

Even though the gradient is above -20% here, you can still brake and stop accelerating if there are any cars in front of you ... or as I noticed earlier in the week - construction vehicles in the driveway or parked alongside the road. The righthand turn up ahead is at the steepest part of the descent, and it is completely blind. I call this spot the "commit point".

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