Snaefell Mountain Circuit - Isle of Man
Bray Hill is an extremely steep decent that can often be unforgiving. This doesn't stop riders from pushing physics to it's limit however, as riders will often take the dip at the bottom at speeds in excess of 165mph, usually causing the suspension to bottom out.
From 1914 to 1920, Bray Hill was used as the startline and refuelling area for the course.
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