Not sure how little 'little' is, but my sods include:
Rick Robson, June 2007
(Steve Turk of SAC reminded me of this one). Coming off Stiperstones down the main track to the pub, we are all thinking that it’s purely scorching downhill to the finish. But it isn’t. There’s about 20’ of climb just before the track bears right amongst the houses, and if you’re already eyeballs out, it’s just enough to wind you slightly and allow some clever git who has remembered its existence to overtake. Thanks Steve, I won’t (couldn’t!) do it again. Promise!
Graham Hughes, January 2007
After you come off the Lawley, run across the field to the A49, carry on down the hill, over the railway line cross a stream on a little bridge (GR467 968) and it’s there right in front of you. No more than a couple of contours and 100m to the road and it just stops you in dead.
Colin Lancaster, November 2006