In Rauma, Norway is a road called Trollstigen — the Troll’s Footpath. It’s quite a tourist attraction due to the spectacular views (including a 320-meter waterfall), and includes eleven hairpin turns on a 9% grade.
Looking at this, the first thing I think is, “Ooo, what a bike road!”
Apparently there are a lot of cars traversing this road during the high tourist season. But Norway would be missing a bet if they didn’t close it down for at least one day per year and let the cyclists go nuts on it. It would draw cyclists from around the world.
And yes, in this instance, by “cyclists” I mean “temporarily insane people.” But I’d do it.
(Click the image to trollify.)