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Anyone going to the Hancock Horizontal Hundred? (ohio century ride)

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Anyone going to the Hancock Horizontal Hundred? (ohio century ride)

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Anyone going to the Hancock Horizontal Hundred? (ohio century ride)

Hi guys! I'm going to be registering for the HHH in Findlay Ohio. It will be my first ever century, and from what it seems, it looks pretty flat.

Just wondering if anyone on here will be going?

Also, why do century training 'routines' suggest going up to 80 miles and then say one is ready for a century? Is it tried and tested or is there some science behind it?

Thanks!
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