Old 04-12-16, 06:21 PM
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Honestly, it looks pretty flat, for the most part. Any hills look to be relatively short.

Here's a strava segment of the whole ride for your obsessing pleasure: https://www.strava.com/segments/7091826

Looks like the worst placed strava rider was in the 5-6 hour range. He and the second-worst put out an average of about 100 watts (estimated.) That sounds like they took it pretty easy.

I think you may be over-thinking this ride. Eat and rest right the night before, fuel properly during the ride, shift properly for the hills, don't over-cook your effort on the easy parts and keep yourself measured on the rollers.

You'll be fine. Do it.
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