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    Neil_B
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    For those of us who love hills...

    Here's a ride for you:

    http://www.bikely.com/maps/bike-path...-Daze-50-miles

    Bikely seriously undercalculates the climbing. A friend's Garmin puts the climbing at 4500 feet.

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    But on the road more MTBLover's Avatar
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    Thanks Neil- looks like a good route! BTW, how can you get total climb out of Bikely? Is there a link or button that calculates it for you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBLover View Post
    Thanks Neil- looks like a good route! BTW, how can you get total climb out of Bikely? Is there a link or button that calculates it for you?
    Hit the "show" tab along the top, then select "elevation profile".
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    I don't need no hills, the way the wind blows down here in Texas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beverly View Post
    Hit the "show" tab along the top, then select "elevation profile".
    OK- thanks Beverly!

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    Neil_B
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beverly View Post
    Hit the "show" tab along the top, then select "elevation profile".
    Do you like those hills, Bev? :-)

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