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Old 05-02-19, 09:27 PM
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Originally Posted by revchuck View Post
It's so flat where I live that I've done a century with less than 100 feet of elevation gain. Cyclists around here whine about having to ascend the I-10 overpasses. I have to drive to get to hills, and I still need to do a gazillion or so repeats to get decent elevation. In the best of all possible worlds, I'd have a house in Colorado somewhere and fly there for climbing rides. Alas, I just have to make do.
If it makes you feel better, in about 20 hours I'm going to be complaining about the 500 foot climb going home from work. Whenever I'm on a recovery ride or commute and tired af, I have to go up that stupid hill.

Ultimately I enjoy hills, but it would be nice if we had a few long and flat routes with no stoplights.

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