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Mostly flat route on quiet country roads
Approx. 540 feet of elevation gain
Average speed 12 to 14 mph
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Mostly flat route on quiet country roads
Approx. 1,000 feet of elevation gain
B Group: The average speed 18-20 mph
C Group: The average speed 15-17 mph
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The terrain is a mix of flat roads and hills
Approx. 1,900 feet of elevation gain
Average speed 21+ mph
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The terrain is a mix of flat roads and hills
Approx. 1,700 feet of elevation gain
Average speed 19-21 mph
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The terrain is a mix of flat roads and hills
Approx. 1,250 feet of elevation gain
Average speed 17-19 mph
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The terrain is a mix of flat roads and hills
Approx. 1,100 feet of elevation gain
Average speed 15-17 mph
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The terrain is a mix of flat roads and hills
Approx. 1,400 feet of elevation gain
Average speed 16-19 mph
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The terrain is a mix of flat roads and hills
Approx. 1,100 feet of elevation gain
Average speed 13-15 mph
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Introduction to safe, group riding.
Paced at 8-12 mph depending on the participating riders.
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The terrain is a mix of flat roads and gradual hills
More hills on the return leg
Approx. 2,800 feet of elevation gain
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Lots of flat roads with two big hills
The kanc is 5 miles long and Bear Notch is 3 miles long
Usually takes the group about 4 hours to complete
Approx. 3,200 feet of elevation gain
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Mostly flat route with some hills in the beginning
Approx. 1,800 feet of elevation gain
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The terrain is a mix of flat roads and hills
Approx. 1,100 feet of elevation gain
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The terrain is a mix of flat roads and hills
Approx. 1,000 feet of elevation gain
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