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Originally Posted by substructure
M'kay

40.36 miles one way. 2277ft of climbing.
If I leave work at 4 and average a minimum of 18mph and factor in stops at intersections it should take me roughly 2.5 hours.


Notice the State Park I have to go around. No roads going over at all.

EDIT: I chose this route because if I head south around Crowder Mountain I can get to my church which is on the other side. In case I want to park there and ride to and from work at this point.
That's what I'd suggest. Park at the church, ride to work, ride back to the church. You get miles riding your bike and don't drive to work all the way. If you like, you could ride from the church one day, ride all the way home and then ride back to the church to get your car the next day.
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