Birmingham ridges, part ii » Looking up at the first steeper section of the Double Oak Way climb

Looking up at the first steeper section of the Double Oak Way climb

Looking up at the first steeper section of the Double Oak Way climb

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A little bit more challenging than normal getting this angle of my bike at the cliffs today. Opposing views, top from AL-25, middle from Co Rd 41 looking towards double oak, and the last from double oak way looking back towards AL-25. Cleared it yesterday, but got stuck at this spot today. Since I was already unclipped I decided to take some pics of the trail. If anyone is interested in trying it, the current line is right, middle, left, middle.

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