83 miles of epic snow biking » Long descent – This is a really long rolling descent back down towards Rice Lake. I am sure that this is categorized climb coming back up the other way as the road gains nearly 600′ in just 3 miles. It might even be this area’s only Cat 3 climb.

Long descent - This is a really long rolling descent back down towards Rice Lake. I am sure that this is categorized climb coming back up the other way as the road gains nearly 600' in just 3 miles. It might even be this area's only Cat 3 climb.

Long descent – This is a really long rolling descent back down towards Rice Lake. I am sure that this is categorized climb coming back up the other way as the road gains nearly 600′ in just 3 miles. It might even be this area’s only Cat 3 climb.

Long descent – This is a really long rolling descent back down towards Rice Lake. I am sure that this is categorized climb coming back up the other way as the road gains nearly 600′ in just 3 miles. It might even be this area’s only Cat 3 climb.

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Lots of repeats today. CAUTION - gravel washout at the one lane bridge at the bottom of Caldwell mill. I didn't see it until I was in it so I nearly lost it into the ditch. Stopped at the no-fun-bucks to cool off.

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