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Distance: 33.97 miles Altitude Gain: 1,734 ft Avg Speed: 13.80 mph
Route: lakemont Avg Grade: 0 % Max Grade: 0 %
Max HR: 130 bpm Avg HR: 97 bpm Terrain: Road: Hills
Bike: Look 585 Carbon Road Club: Schuyler County Cycling Club
Weather Conditions: Sun\Clouds 70 F NW wind @ 8 mph
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 Very Very Easy Day
A little on the cool side for today's outing as the north wind was doing its thing. Legs were on the tender side and did next to nothing in effort. Took it easy on the first climb out of Watkins and followed some arrows from one of the tour rides that passes through the area. I had seen the arrows in an earlier ride and knew that the course passed through Dundee that was my destination for the day. Course pretty much just bypassed Reading Center and stayed off the highway for a couple of miles. It also replaced one short steep climb with two more moderate ones. That was my excitement for the day. The rest was a slow coast to Dundee an easy ascent over the knoll to Lakemont and a leisurely spin with a tailwind home. Legs didn't appreciate even the slow pace.

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