Sunday, October 7, 2007

The few, the proud . . . the Triathlon non-participants

Four of us left the Village Market parking lot just after 08:00.
This route climbs a couple of ridges on the way out and back. The rest is mostly rollers in the valleys.

Numerous Wild Turkey were seen on Brock Road. Old Alabama, in Bradley County, is newly paved and a pleasure to ride. Finally, what would a ride be without visiting with "Freddy", the donkey, at Leadmine Valley and Lebanon Valley Church!


Ride Details:
Distance: 33.6, Climb: 1950, Time: 1:58:12, Average: 17.4

Temp: 72, Wind: Calm, Clouds: Clear, Humidity: 83%

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