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Time: 04:06:12 Route: Bill & Conestee Distance: 29.82 miles
Avg Speed: 7.27 mph Max Speed: 35.30 mph Altitude Gain: 1,885 ft
Terrain: Road: Hills Bike: Surly Straggler Touring Club: Clydesdales
Weather Conditions: Overcast skies with temps from 71 to 77 degrees with humidity from 98 to 77% and winds from 8 to 12 mph
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 Bill & Conestee
Bill and I rode his neighborhood and put in over 8 miles. We also circled Gower Park again today. We are slowly building up how far we ride. After returning Bill I drove to the zoo at Cleveland Park and rode out to the Lake Conestee dam. I rode back through the park to Conestee Park and circled the ball fields. I brought Ridge Road back to town, but got lost trying to cut from East Parkins to Henderson Road. I finally discovered that there is no cut through, so I took Cleveland Street Extension back to the south connector of the trail. Once there, I rode back to the truck. Today was a lot of climbing.



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