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Think Indian Head 100 :D
 

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You're a mod now. This is for the worker bees, not management:p

On a serious note though, we've only been here a year and haven't really ventured outside of Harford County. I did go to the good BBQ place in Mt. Airy, MD and it looks like cycling in that area could be decent.

If you're up for it and/or know the area, any input would be greatly appreciated. I thought maybe the Baltimore area would be central to people in Virginia, but then thought something more central within MD would be easier.

Any advice?
 

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You're a mod now. This is for the worker bees, not management:p
I really wish Hack had not said anything :D I liked the fact no one noticed before. My schedule for events is full this year and already looking at next year. I'm pretty sure my big ride next year will be ididaride

The ride is all on road, wide shoulders for much of the route. You’ll ride through some of the most beautiful scenery – cutting right through the central Adirondack Mountains, most of which is public Forest Preserve land. We’ll cycle through the towns and hamlets of Bakers Mills, Wells, Speculator, Sabael, Indian Lake, North River, and back to North Creek. Your ride will take you alongside Mason Lake, Lewey Lake and Indian Lake. A long descent begins in the hamlet of Indian Lake and meets the Hudson River in the hamlet of North River with a relatively easy ride into North Creek. The entire distance along Route 30 and Route 28 to North Creek is designed for the bike enthusiast, with designated bike routes marked on the wide road shoulders.

Total elevation gain for 75 mile loop = 6,840 ft.
 
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