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Time: 02:45:23 Route: Swamp Rabbit Trail Distance: 32.38 miles
Avg Speed: 11.75 mph Max Speed: 32.20 mph Altitude Gain: 1,001 ft
Terrain: Road: Hills Bike: Surly Straggler Touring Club: Clydesdales
Weather Conditions: Light rain, 88F, Feels like 92F, Humidity 48%, Wind 3mph from N - by Klimat.app
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 Late Afternoon Ride
I left the house late this afternoon on the Surly and rode to Cleveland Park then up Cleveland to Camperdown and across town on Broad. I took Washington then Hampton Avenue and crossed the Hampton Avenue Bridge and passed by Hampton Station and got on the trail just below the cafe. Then I rode straight up the trail then headed back down the trail. I got off at Blue Ridge Drive to look at where they are talking about tunneling under it. I stayed on the prescribed detour and came back through Falls Park and Cleveland Park. The surly just feels heavy. With the 700 x 42 tires it's even heavier. I don't know if I'm just getting older and it's starting to tell or what.


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