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Just how flat is your commute?

Old 10-11-22, 05:23 AM
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Just how flat is your commute?

Some of us measure elevations in inches or millimeters. My 7.8 mile commute works out to 92 inch elevation gain per mile.



I could avoid the 24 descent by not using the trail under the interstate highway.

Anyone able to beat my KOM of 92 inches per mile?
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Old 10-11-22, 07:37 AM
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I live in the foothills East of San Diego, and commute to the shore. 550 foot loss/gain. Glad that the elevation gain is after work!
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