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Saturday, Mar. 25 – 9:00 A.M. – Hillsboro Elementary School, 5412 Pinewood Rd., Leipers Fork – Polar Bear Ride – Roberts Bend Romp and Sellers to Santa Fe Stomp! – Saturday may be wet, but if we’re able to make our last Polar Bear Ride of the season, we’ll venture down near Columbia on some roads we haven’t ridden this season.  The two options of 44 and 60 miles travel together for the first 17.7 miles and then go opposite directions when they get to Theta Pike.  Both routes have a rest stop with the friendly folks at Potts Grocery in Santa Fe.  Then the shorter route (the Sellers to Santa Fe Stomp) goes through Fly and back on Leipers Creek, while the longer route (the Roberts Bend Romp) winds around through Water Valley and the Old Trace.  Both routes are moderately hilly but not as tough as some recent rides.  Here are the cue sheets:

Sellers to Santa Fe Stomp – 44 miles

Sellers to Santa Fe Stomp – GPS version

Roberts Bend Romp – 60 miles

Roberts Bend Romp – GPS version

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Date:
March 25
Time:
9:00 am - 2:00 pm
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Hillsboro Elementary School
5412 Pinewood Road
Franklin, TN 37064, TN 37064 United States
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