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Cumberland River Challenge (Nashville area)

Old 08-07-09, 09:23 PM
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Cumberland River Challenge (Nashville area)

The Cumberland River Challenge in Ashland City. Has anyone done this metric before? It has been a few years since I've done an organized ride and was wondering how this ride is. Has it been too cold since it is in October?
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I have, 3 of the last 4 years. Good ride with lots of hills. They have a short family ride along the river and a 32 miler also.

A couple of years started with temps in the mid-30's but climbing Hwy 12 warms you up pretty quickly. Obviously, as the sun rises it gets warmer and more comfortable.

There is also a Labor Day weekend ride in Clarksville. It's pretty flat and much warmer.
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