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Time: 02:14:07 Route: Old Buncombe & SRT Distance: 27.13 miles
Avg Speed: 12.14 mph Max Speed: 30.90 mph Altitude Gain: 1,090 ft
Terrain: Road: Hills Bike: Trek Émonda ALR Road Club: Clydesdales
Weather Conditions: Humid, 81°F, Feels like 86°F, Humidity 81%, Wind 6mph from WSW - by Klimat.app
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Today I rode up the trail to the Lakeview spur and took it to Old Buncombe Road. I went up Old Buncombe and crossed US 25 and took the immediate right. Then I crossed the Trail and followed Old Buncombe again until it came back to the Trail in Travelers Rest. In TR I stopped at the TReehouse and had a cup of decaf with a fruit cup. Then I followed the Trail south back to the Lake view spur and took it back to OBR. I followed OBR to the Birds Fly South spur and followed it to BFS. I crossed the Hampton-Pinkney Bridge and took Hampton Avenue to Butler, where I cut over to Park Avenue to East North Street. I took my back way up the big hill to make it home.


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