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18 Feb
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RIDE CANCELLED DUE TO RAIN – Saturday, Feb. 18 – 9:00 A.M. – Hillsboro Elementary School, 5412 Pinewood Rd., Leipers Fork – Bailey-Burwood-Barnhill-Backbone Blast! – Saturday looks to be warm if the rain will hold off.  The course travels across our usual riding territory all the way from the Thompson Station area to Fairview.  It has some good hills, but not as many as last week!  The Long route is 58 miles, and there is a 36-mile Short route.  These routes travel together for the first 25 miles.  Durk will also have some intermediate options.  Everyone can rest at the Burwood Store, and the Long riders will go all the way to Fairview before taking on Backbone Ridge at the end!  At least Old Hwy. 96 is as smooth as silk now!  Here are the cue sheets:

Bailey Burwood Blast! – 36 miles

Bailey Burwood Blast! – GPS version

Bailey-Burwood-Barnhill-Backbone Blast! – 58 miles

Bailey-Burwood-Barnhill-Backbone Blast! – GPS version

 

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Date:
February 18
Time:
9:00 am - 2:00 pm
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Venue

Hillsboro Elementary School
5412 Pinewood Road
Franklin, TN 37064, TN 37064 United States
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