Thats oddd... you saying they put up a V-scale grade for comp climbs?
The Tour de Bloc in canada, just set somewhere between 30 and 40 problems and just gives em a number in order of difficulty in comparison to the rest... no V-scale grades at all since they don't really matters..sending onsite is what matter...
How do they do the comps where you're at? Did I interpret what you said correctly? I'd be curious if they use a V-scale, is a sloping V6 worth the same a sketchy V6 crimp climb?
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