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Time: 02:42:43 Route: Old Buncombe & SRT Distance: 30.32 miles
Avg Speed: 11.18 mph Max Speed: 27.70 mph Altitude Gain: 1,388 ft
Terrain: Road: Hills Bike: Surly Straggler Touring Club: Clydesdales
Weather Conditions: Clear, 69°F, Feels like 69°F, Humidity 34%, Wind 4mph from WNW
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 Old Buncombe and SRT
Today I rode the Surly from home and cut across town and Poe Mill to Old Buncombe Road. I followed OBR to Travelers Rest and went north out of town. I took Williams Road from the trail to Tubbs Mountain Road and I got caught on a killer hill in too high a gear and couldn’t get down. I had a car right behind me, so I pulled into a driveway to avoid the car and keep from falling over. I downshifted in the driveway and made my way on up that hill. I road back into Travelers Rest and got on the trail back to Greenville. I cut across town as the trail is closed in the city. I worked my way around Cleveland Park since it is closed, and climbed the big hill home.

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