Sunday, July 1, 2012

Riding Kenosha Pass to Georgia Pass in Bailey, CO

To start, this is a long route: 12 miles each way, with about 6,000 feet of climbing! I began the ride by flatting twice within the first 6 miles. Since I only had one spare tube, I stopped at a trail junction to try to patch it after my second flat. It was a serious snake bite, so it took two patches to fix, leaving me with only two patches left in my kit. With 18 miles still to go, I considered turning around to play it safe.
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