hill climb

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hill climb

n
(Motor Racing) a competition in which motor vehicles attempt singly to ascend a steep slope as fast as possible
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His hill-climbing rides took him to many states and he planned to have a career in riding.
Success in the short, sharp, shock of hill-climbing is often determined by the power-to-weight ratio of riders and this was a significant factor, along with age, in 16-year old Ryan Kenworthy (2mins 12.9seconds) retaining his title of club hill climb champion, and lowering the record he set last year by five seconds.
Aside from hill-climbing traction, this 22-in, self-propelled gas mower has a powerful 190cc Honda engine and variable drive speed.
TWO local clubs put on a testing hill-climbing meeting at Holme Moss and Jackson Bridge.
TWO North Walians continue to show their power against gravity as the short hill-climbing season progresses to its conclusion at the end of the month.
Worst of all, the sole of one of her rugged hill-climbing boots was directly towards the camera.
The hill-climbing algorithm was employed on the cavity fill pattern for generation of the flow paths.
A combination of simulated annealing and hill-climbing method was then used to find the optimal node.
A simple but effective technique commonly known as the hill-climbing algorithm is employed in this investigation for determining the flow paths.
After competing in hill-climbing motocross races throughout New England from mid-April to early October, Josh won the overall championship in the 250 cc division, and Craig captured the championship in the age-40-and-older division.
Alan Kobel's late brother Frank was a New England champion hill-climbing motorcycle rider in the late 1930s, riding Harley-Davidson bikes.
Hill-climbing specialist Jim Henderson showed the form that could carry him to his sixth national title in eight years when he powered his way to a record-breaking win at Batley.