Keep on cruising until you get to Powers Ferry Road - although this can be a busy road, it’s a fast downhill so take the lane and roll on down. Watch out for the stop sign at the bottom (especially in the summer it can be hidden behind the greenery!). A sharp right straight into a little kicker, a few rollers and then a left on Jett Rd. Although not the longest climb nor the steepest, this one always seems to hurt me the most (then again, I’m a track rider, so any hill hurts me!). You get to enjoy a nice downhill before going into the climb. It starts shallow and then kicks up. Then when you think you’re done, there’s more! Thankfully you are rewarded with a downhill afterwards.
Couple more rollers and turns will eventually get you to Woodhaven Rd, better known as Olympic Hill for it was used in the ‘96 Olympics road race. It’s a short, sharp kicker (my garmin has paused thinking I was stood still as I climbed my way up). You get a downhill reward, but don’t celebrate too soon, there’s a little uphill to get to the stop sign at the end.
At this point, you’re almost there and the worst of the climbing is over. You’ll cruise along until you get to the second part of Arden Rd where you’ve got a steep downhill - control your speed as you’ll suddenly be at the bottom! A right and a quick left brings you to Woodward Way where you follow Peachtree Creek for a bit until you get your last little climb (barely, but at this stage it feels like climb) back to Peachtree Battle. At this point, for those who still have some legs left, there’s a short sprint back to the school.