We headed west and almost dipped our tires into Oklahoma this morning. About 56 miles, with 2700 gain. Thankfully the weather cooperated and we were able to stay dry. This route is quickly becoming one of my favorites. It has one significant climb and then the rest of the terrain is rolling to flat with spectacular scenery. I highly recommend you check out this route when you get a chance. It won’t disappoint.
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Lines & shadows.
Right on Bethel Blacktop Rd.
A rare Josh H sighting.
The weather was actually pretty great.
Rheas Community Rd. has great scenery.
Hardly any cars.
And then the Gem Rd. climb.
About .5 miles with 250 gain.
Good chat with Austin D. He has type 1 diabetes but doesn’t let that stop him from doing what he loves.
His insulin monitor feeds his levels to his watch.
Cycling is so much about overcoming and Austin D has some extra obstacles. Kudos to you man.
Old Cincinnati Rd. is just great.
North on 59. We averaged over 22 mph for the first 2 hours.
The tailwind was righteous.
244 is great.
Anyone know what the yellow flowers are? They were everywhere.
Goose Creek Rd.
Fields of yellow.
Another great morning here in the Ozarks. #cliforganicenergyfood #mexicancoke #junkbrands #evileyehalfrimpro
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