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Looking for the easiest possible century route in the southwest US

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Looking for the easiest possible century route in the southwest US

Old 04-26-21, 01:38 PM
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A little update

Originally Posted by jlippinbike View Post
Here's another version of the route I designed for you. It has about 1000 feet less of climbing in it for a total of 2600 feet elevation gain. See...
My son has continued working on this goal and on Saturday he completed his last long training ride before the century attempt in two weeks.

I adapted the route quoted here--such a pretty area! Thanks again for everyone's suggestions.

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