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Originally Posted by fietsbob View Post
a mix of both.. Oklahoma is not famous for its mountains .. where are you riding?
Eastern Oklahoma has some very nasty little mountains. Much worse for bicycling than anything you'll find in the western US. They, like most places east of the Mississippi, run roads straight over the mountains without considering terrain. This isn't in Oklahoma but it's only about 3 miles from the border with Arkansas



The road in the distance isn't another road. And there was a huge valley in between the tops of the hill.
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