- Picking a new climb
- Riding 29,029ft (8,848m) of hill repeats.
- Submitting your ride to the 'Official Everesting Website' for verification.
Once verified, riders earn entry into the 'Hall Of Fame' where ride details can be viewed, including overall time, distance and elevation. More importantly, the list confirms if you were the first to 'Everest' your climb.
The first successful 'Everest' was completed by an Australian man named George Mallory (grandson of the great British mountaineer of the same name) back in 1994. After several attempts over a one year period, he managed the 10 repeats needed to crack Mt Donna Buang and reach the 29,029ft (8,848m) target.
Twelve years later in 2006, came 'Everest' number two, this time in Canada by a Mr Lawrence Silcox. Fast forward another six years and to Italy, where Carlo Gironi bagged number three.
'Everesting' was beginning to gather pace, and by the end of 2012 four more names had been added to the 'Hall of Fame'.
As 'Everesting' spread globally, Six more successful attempts were made in 2013, however, things were about to really explode.