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Old 05-01-20, 04:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Trsnrtr View Post
The flattest place that we’ve ever ridden was in Cambridge, MD. We did a 70+ mile ride around the area of the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge. IIRC, our elevation profile at the end had a vertical scale from 0 to 10’ (we were right at sea level) and our highest elevation was around 7’ when we crossed a little wooden humpback bridge.

I might try to find it on Garmin Connect.

Edit, I looked the ride up and it was only 64 miles with total ascent of of 68' or a little over 1' per mile.
Seagull Century (Salisbury, MD) is like that as well, ~101 miles with a total ascent of 158 miles...

my kind of climbing.
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