BVC-CHAT Weekend B-Bicycling
texafornia at gmail.com
Sun Jan 20 09:14:09 CST 2008
I quit trying to get in loops and just started riding roads. You can get in
2 hours of riding out there and that's just the section south and west of
Wellborn. It's very pretty and super safe, too. I remember taking a looper
with me riding one time and it freaked him out. I take every right hand
turn down every paved road that I can't see the end of. Every turnaround is
opportunity to workout sprint/accelerations. It's sort of odd, but once you
do it, it maximizes all the roads in your area and starts to seem pretty
normal. It throws another type of workout in your mix.
On Jan 19, 2008 5:21 PM, Christopher Menzel <cmenzel at tamu.edu> wrote:
> On Jan 19, 2008, at 2:54 PM, Brett wrote:
> > ...there are some butter smooth roads just west of Wellborn that
> > rarely see a cyclist.
> Trouble is there are no decent paved loops of any length. It would be
> great if they'd pave Koppe Bridge after it swings 90 degrees to the
> northwest and runs into Hope's Creek Rd. (It's still worth riding if
> you don't mind gravel/dirt.) Then you could do I&GN from Wellborn to
> Staub (which has a short unpaved section) to Koppe Bridge to Hope's
> Creek, which runs into the Dowling Loop at Blue Ridge. Still fairly
> short, but would be a great option for a 90 minute ride from south CS.
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