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Time: 02:39:24 Route: Swamp Rabbit Trail Distance: 28.15 miles
Avg Speed: 10.60 mph Max Speed: 28.10 mph Altitude Gain: 1,159 ft
Terrain: Road: Hills Bike: Surly Straggler Touring Club: Clydesdales
Weather Conditions: -- myWindsock.com Report -- Weather Impact: -1.2% Headwind: 43% @ 4.1-10.3mph Longest Headwind: 24m 2s Air Speed: 10.4mph Temp: 84.6-84.9°F Precip: 0% @ 0 Inch/hr
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 Coffee with Kimberly
I rode the Surly from home and headed toward Verdae. Kimberly texted that she was already at Leopard Forrest. Once I reached Legacy Park, I texted Kimberly that if she left Leopard Forrest that we would get to Due South Roasters about the same time. So we rode there and I had a café au lait while Kimberly had another latté. We rode together back to Legacy Park. She rode on to Whole Foods where she was parked while I rode home.

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