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Time: 03:26:36 Route: Base of Paris Mountain Distance: 33.90 miles
Avg Speed: 9.85 mph Max Speed: 29.10 mph Altitude Gain: 1,714 ft
Terrain: Road: Hills Bike: Trek …monda ALR Road Club: Clydesdales
Weather Conditions: Clear skies with temps from 61 to 74, humidity from 61 to 47%, and wind at 8 to 4 mph
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 Base of Paris Mountain with Steve Y
Today I rode the Trek from Home to meet Steve Y at the Shrine Club. We rode out Beverly Road and I got lost so we took Crestwood to get to Dreamland. We found our way to Patrol Club and took the long route around the golf course. There are a couple of killer hills back there. We followed Old Buncombe Road back to the trail and took it north to the Sunoco station and 3 Oaks Restaurant. I got a meat and three with grilled chicken, broccoli, green beans, and collard greens. They were very good greens, maybe the best that Iíve ever had. Steve and I ate outside while social distancing. Then we rode back down the trail And climbed the big hill home.


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