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Old 09-23-06, 07:08 PM   #1
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Anybody ever try some of the UNH bike routes out?

I was wondering if anybody has tried some of the UNH road bike routes. How were they?
The UNH campus is 6 or so miles away from me, so it would be convenient.
Here is a link:
http://cycling.unh.edu/rides/road.html
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Old 09-24-06, 04:48 PM   #2
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I've ridden on UNH, but never any of their trails.
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Old 09-28-06, 11:02 AM   #3
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Beauty Hill loop looks like fun. Quite a bit of an elevation bump around 7-12 miles. Will have to try that one out.
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FWIW I got around to Beauty Hill Loop today. It's plenty long for a decent workout. The climbs aren't too bad, traffic is fairly light, and the Rt 125 section is very wide. Watch out for a few poorly labeled/unlabeled roads: Lee Hill Rd is actually about 200ft north on 125, it's not across the highway.

And I took Lee Hook Rd by mistake - none of it is labeled at the big intersection. It didn't seem right but I pressed on to Rt 152. That bumped my total ride to 30.5 miles, which is more than enough on a slick-tyre MTB. Took me 122 minutes + time to smell the flowers. I'm not ashamed.
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