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Old 09-05-06, 06:44 PM   #1
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NorthEast Holiday Weekend Rides

You got out, didn't you?

Here's mine:

102 miles on Saturday.
Burlington, Vt to Lake Placid, NY and back - with a ferry trip across the lake.
Wonderful ride up the Keene valley on 73 with a great climb, then around Mirror Lake, and back past Whiteface and Ausable Chasm.



50 miles on Monday. Wanted to get in another century - but the legs wouldn't have it.
Burlington to Charlotte, crossing to Essex, NY then to Port Kent and back.



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what kind of bike is that pictured. sounds like a lot of fun
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I did 62 miles on Monday - wanted to do a century, but my lower back/hips wouldn't let me.
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I got in 76.5 on Monday, trying to get legs ready for the Civil War Century this coming Saturday. I went up the 4 mile long hill to the top of King's Gap for the first time - after riding past the turn about 60 times the past two years. I did take some pictures, but they're not on the PC yet.
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I got in 76.5 on Monday, trying to get legs ready for the Civil War Century this coming Saturday. I went up the 4 mile long hill to the top of King's Gap for the first time - after riding past the turn about 60 times the past two years. I did take some pictures, but they're not on the PC yet.
Is King's Gap paved all the way up now? My ride Monday was over on YOUR side of the river for a change I went with the renegade group out of Mechanicsburg - 71 miles to Shippensburg and back, 17 avg. Great ride - no pics, though. One of the guys planned to cut over to King's Gap and was trying to get a few of us to join him - he ended up breaking a spoke and had to change his plans.

Are you doing the Three Creeks century on the 17th?

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