Get out your long underwear.
After the morning rain, John and I mapped the last loop. This loop will challenge the tired legs of the riders. The trail does get bumpy in places but as the miles add up the riding gets easier. You will pass the sag stop with 5 miles to go. Between now and Sunday the volunteers will mark every turn and crossroad of the 4 loops, it will be very easy to follow the courses.
Looks like it will be cool at the start but it should warm up nicely. Plan for 40's at the start and highs in the 60's at the finish. Today was very windy coming out of the north. If this holds, you will experience head winds at the end of your rides. Sunday, we will open the parking area around 6:30-7:00 AM . The parking area is a mile away from the start/finish area. The 60's will start at 8:00 AM , the 40"s shortly after and then the 20's a half hour later . The 10 mile ride will leave around 9:00 AM with food service starting at 11:00 AM. The park does close at sunset.
See you all there Sunday!!!!.
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