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Time: 02:44:38 Route: Swamp Rabbit Trail Distance: 32.26 miles
Avg Speed: 11.76 mph Max Speed: 32.70 mph Altitude Gain: 996 ft
Terrain: Road: Hills Bike: Surly Straggler Touring Club: Clydesdales
Weather Conditions: Broken clouds, 83F, Feels like 84F, Humidity 54%, Wind 8mph from S - by Klimat.app
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 Wet Ride
I left the house late on the Surly to get in a ride. I rode to Cleveland Park, then Camperdown to Falls Street and cut across the small bridge to the trail. I rode it all the way to the north end. I turned back, then after I was south of Furman I ran into rain for about 31/2 miles. Then it was wet and sloppy the rest of the ride. I got off the trail on Hampton just south of the Cafe and rode by Hampton Station and crossed the Hampton Avenue bridge.I took Hampton Avenue back to the post office then Broad Street down to the trail. I rode back through Falls Park and Cleveland Park and took Washington and Hillside to get home.



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