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Old 03-08-11, 12:12 AM   #1
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Elevation Gain from Rinaldi to the Top of Tampa or Reseda?

Does anyone know what the elevation gain is from Rinaldi St. to the highest point on Tampa Ave. or Reseda Blvd (at Sesnon) is?


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These are the readings from my Garmin Edge 500 so they are reasonably accurate, not absolute.
Reseda and Rinaldi: 1,119 ft. Reseda and Sesnon: 1,556 ft.
Tampa and Rinaldi: 1,078 ft. Tampa and Sesnon: 1,551 ft.
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done that one a million times

back knee could stand it then it was off to the hub
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I grew up on one of the streets around Brasilia (second street up the hill, on the left). I had to climb half of that every time I rode. Awesome ending to a ride.....when your in high school and in shape. Used to go to the top, just so I could come down it for a fun finish! Good times.....
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