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Time: 02:47:39 Route: Main St, Dreamlan. Furman, Watson, SRT Distance: 31.02 miles
Avg Speed: 11.10 mph Max Speed: 37.40 mph Altitude Gain: 1,902 ft
Terrain: Road: Hills Bike: Surly Straggler Touring Club: Clydesdales
Weather Conditions: -- myWindsock Report -- Weather Impact: -3.7% Headwind: 51% @ 6.2-14.1mph Longest Headwind: 25m 10s Air Speed: 11.3mph Temp: 73.7-81.8°F Precip: 0% @ 0 Inch/hr
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 Main St, Dreamland, Furman, Watson, SRT
I rode the Straggler from home to Main St and out my Dreamland route. I had no legs at all for climbing. I scrapped my plans to ride the hill on Old Rockhouse and rode to Furman. I went ahead and rode the Watson hills. I stopped at the TRee House and had my brunch - scrambled eggs, bacon, sliced tomatoes with a café au lait. I bought a blueberry/raspberry scone for Cissi. I rode home back down the trail. My paths are a little convoluted because of the many detours and street closures.



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