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Time: 03:01:19 Route: Bill Distance: 25.21 miles
Avg Speed: 8.34 mph Max Speed: 27.90 mph Altitude Gain: 1,578 ft
Terrain: Road: Hills Bike: Surly Straggler Touring Club: Clydesdales
Weather Conditions: -- myWindsock Report -- Weather Impact: -0.8% Headwind: 32% @ 5.9-9.4mph Longest Headwind: 9m 1s Air Speed: 9.5mph Temp: 57.4-59.8°F
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 Ride to?from Bill's and ICAR with Bill
I rode the Surly from home to BIll's via the new part of the SRT. We rode from Bill's to Velo Apartments, then took the SRT from Verdae to the Woodruff Road Bridge and back, then we rode to the ICAR. We crossed Laurens Road at Fairforest. After we crossed Bill thought his bottle had fallen off. I told him that I would have seen it, but I rode back and checked for it, but the bottle was against BIll's leg. We rode to Ridge Road across the I-85 bridge and took the frontage road to Parkins Lake. We climbed it and took Cleveland Street Extension down the long hill to Henderson and back to BIll's. I took the same route that I came to get to home.




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