Since 1973, cyclists have challenged themselves by riding up the road in a race against their peers or sometimes, just the clock. Click on the years below to view past results.
Explore race photos by Joe Viger
Whether you are a first time rider or a seasoned veteran on the Rock Pile, the MWARBH photo galleries document the climb and help you to learn more about what to expect on race day.
The Mt. Washington Auto Road was opened in August 1861, a little over 100 years before the first official Mt. Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb race starting cannon was fired. Built by hand, the road climbs over 4,000 feet of elevation in 7.6 miles from the base.
Learn about the climb