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Signed up for the Pumpkin Pie Ride on Oct. 7th and I am going to do the 63 mile ride and they say it has "light traffic" and "rolling hills". Most of my experience so far has been riding on the MUP's in the area. I'm not too worried about the light traffic since I have done some smaller group rides but what should I expect for rolling hills? I have sent them an email to see if they have the route listed on mapmyride so I can view it there.

http://www.starvedrockcycling.com/pprpage.htm
 

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Signed up for the Pumpkin Pie Ride on Oct. 7th and I am going to do the 63 mile ride and they say it has "light traffic" and "rolling hills". Most of my experience so far has been riding on the MUP's in the area. I'm not too worried about the light traffic since I have done some smaller group rides but what should I expect for rolling hills? I have sent them an email to see if they have the route listed on mapmyride so I can view it there.

http://www.starvedrockcycling.com/pprpage.htm
Here is one that is listed:
Pumpkin Pie Ride

More rides here :http://ridewithgps.com/routes
 

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Strange that a southern boy like me would know where that is, but I've ridden some of the Pumpkin Pie route (in a car) and should be a fun ride. My wife's grandmother lived in Marseilles most of her live so I've done a lot of sight seeing in that area when we would visit.
 

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Strange that a southern boy like me would know where that is, but I've ridden some of the Pumpkin Pie route (in a car) and should be a fun ride. My wife's grandmother lived in Marseilles most of her live so I've done a lot of sight seeing in that area when we would visit.
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