Thursday, March 22, 2018

Nov-16-2017: BB 103 Meets Triple-L

Another "back-fill" post.
JohnP #2375, RBA South Florida, and his wife, Juliet #8986, were in town for family reasons.
They arranged to do Byron's "Leesville-Leasburg-Leesville" 205-km perm on a Thursday, and
Advertised on the local list-serve and Facebook group, or maybe only on the Facebook group,
For others to join them.

Hard for anyone with a "regular" "9 to 5" work schedule to ride all day on a Thursday.
The previous day, Bob, who is retired, mentioned that he had thought about joining the Triple-L ride,
But when he checked out the results of the two aforementioned,
Bob concluded he likely wouldn't be able to keep up.

Quite a few local randonneurs had met and ridden with John, apparently even my ex-wife.
However, I had never met him.

I concluded that although I didn't have time for a 200 km perm, and
I certainly could not have kept up with John and Juliet on their tandem,
That it would be nice if someone local could ride at least a little with them.

My workday that Thursday wouldn't start until 3 pm.
If I could finish a ride no later than 1 pm, I could intercept John and Juliet and ride together for a bit.

The "Bahama Beach" 'free-route' perm-pop was the perfect route for that purpose.
BB starts from a different location than Triple-L, but
The two routes share approximately 24.4-miles of roads near the respective starts:
Beginning approximately 2.1-miles from the BB start and 4.8-miles from the Triple-L start.

I figured that if I started at the same time as the tandem, they would catch me up
Before we reached their first control on Red Mill Rd (approx 17.5-miles into the Triple-L route).

In the event, I started about 10-minutes late, the tandem started on time, and
If all had gone well with John and Juliet, I probably never would have caught them.
However, they stopped at the bottom of the first creek valley on Victory Church Rd
To adjust their equipment, and that allowed me to catch them.

We rode together from there until their control on Red Mill Rd.
"Together" mind you includes the fact that they were on a tandem and I was not.
Anyone that has ever ridden a single rider steed with a tandem
Knows that combination is often not the best combination.

Tandems are typically faster on declines and flats.
Singles are typically faster on inclines.
However, John and Juliet were faster on all slopes, if they wanted to be.
Despite that, we were mostly together with a lot of chatting until that Red Mill control.
You certainly understand that means that the tandem backed off their pace to accommodate me.
John, Juliet and me.  Group selfie by John inside the Red Mill control gas station / convenience store. We spent more time there chatting than if we had been doing Triple-L and since that location is not a control on BB, it was certainly more time than I have ever spent there while doing Bahama Beach; maybe 15 minutes total.  On the other hand, John and Juliet may have been willing to take a couple extra minutes there to warm up.  The temperatures were colder than the cycling clothing they had brought with them from Florida.  Truth be told, my toes had gotten quite cold those first 21 miles (including the cycle commute to the BB start), and I took time to put some bread bags between my feet and socks to block additional cold wind penetrating my shoes. So, cold day for all three of us.
Leaving the Red Mill Exxon, Red Mill Rd is not too lumpy, and we managed to ride across that road more-or-less together.  The togetherness ended shortly thereafter.  I thought I might be able to catch the tandem on two of the steeper parts of Stagville Rd -- Ha!  I also thought I might be able to catch them climbing the "Michie Wall" -- but they had pulled even further ahead on the descent from Bahama to Lake Michie, and I didn't close climbing the "Wall."

I was, however, close enough when I got to Hall Road that they were able to see me waving just before and as I turned off Bahama Road to go my own way:  they waved back.
Bahama Beach 'free-route' ridden on Nov16-2017.

Thereafter, I kept a more controlled pace.
After all, as I recall, this marked the first time in all of 2017 that I had ridden consecutive days.
I could check my Excel log to verify that, but I choose not to.

I took almost no time at the only intermediate store control in Stem.
And that helped keep the elapsed time to a reasonable amount.
Given the approx 10-minute late start and the 15 or so minutes at the Red Mill Exxon,
I was happy with the 5h30 elapsed time for my ride (4h45 in-motion for the populaire).
Permanent Route Name / #Distance Date Finishers DNF
NC: Bahama Beach / 1404 103 2017/11/16 1 0
Cert# RUSA# Name Club / ACP Code Time
RUSA-T76980 6218 S__, Martin Randonneurs USA / 933095  05:30 

John and Juliet reported on Facebook that they had a mostly enjoyable ride,
Though they would have appreciated warmer temperatures.
Permanent Route Name / #Distance Date Finishers DNF
NC: Leesville-Leasburg-Leesville (L-L-L) / 831 205 2017/11/16 2 0
Cert# RUSA# Name Club / ACP Code Time
RUSA-T77200 2375 P__, John South Florida Randonneurs / 909014  11:25 
RUSA-T77201 8986 P__, Juliet South Florida Randonneurs / 909014  11:25 

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Nov-15-2017: Denny's Store Sortie 138

Another "back-fill" post.
Continuing our pursuit of the NC-P-12-Explorer-Challenge,
Iva #7702, Bob #5843, and I did Denny's Store Sortie 138-km perm-pop for our November Pop.

Gosh, I just realized that I recall nothing from this ride.
Weather conditions estimated from the weatherunderground historical report for RDU.
The low temp we encountered would have been roughly 32F.
The high temp around 50F.
Breeze / wind from the NNE would suggest a mostly headwind outbound, and
A crosswind / somewhat tailwind homebound. 

This is the important item from that ride:
Iva and Bob posing at the Denny's Store sign.  The timestamp indicates we were there at 11:54 am.  That suggests that we started our ride at 8 am.  [Photo by me.]
Permanent Route Name / #Distance Date Finishers DNF
NC: Denny's Store Sortie / 1795 138 2017/11/15 3 0
Cert# RUSA# Name Club / ACP Code Time
RUSA-T76973 7702 A__, Iva C Randonneurs USA / 933095  07:09
RUSA-T76974 5843 B__, Bob Randonneurs USA / 933095  07:09
RUSA-T76975 6218 S__, Martin Randonneurs USA / 933095  07:09

Monday, March 19, 2018

Aug + Oct 2017: In Which We Meet Clyde Twice

I've been very bad about making timely blog entries.
This is another "back-fill" post. 
August 9th, 2017
Raleigh Region RUSA Birthday Brevet-Pop and Picnic

Bob and I agreed to pre-ride the Brevet-Pop starting at 6 am
So that we'd be able to help RBA Alan with setting up the picnic stuff
Before the 200-km Brevet riders finished (they started at 6 am), and
Also before any riders doing the Brevet-Pop at the official start time (9 am ? or was it 10)
Returned to the picnic grounds.

IvaHawk came along as a "ride-along" rider.
This would make the second time that Iva and I did a pre-ride of this Picnic-Pop.
The first time was a few years ago when we rode the Wednesday before the Birthday Picnic.
[Note:  the photos embedded in the link just above are more interesting 
Than those immediately below.  
I.e., it's worth checking out that blog report (from 2014).] 

All three of us would be counting the Brevet-Pop as our
Unique August NC-P-12-Explorer-Challenge populaire.

Before we started our ride, RBA Alan agreed that it was reasonable
To make the one block detour off the Brevet-Pop route to check out
The main attraction in Bynum:  Clyde's Curious Critters.

The early part of the ride was rather non-descript.
All the 200 Brevet riders were fast bas, er, dudes,
So we quickly dropped them off our front wheels.

The first control on the Brevet-Pop is at Andrew's Store,
At the corner of US-15/501 and Andrew's Store Rd., about 20 miles into the ride.
Which is just after completing the climb on Jack Bennett Rd.
The Jack Bennett climb is the toughest climb on the Brevet-Pop,
Probably the toughest on the 200 brevet,
But certainly NOT the toughest on the 300 nor especially the 400 brevet. 

During the late Spring Raleigh Region Series, some of the 200/300/400 riders will stop
At Andrew's Store outbound, even though it is not a control for any of those routes.
[Many riders will stop on the homeward bound leg of the 200/300 in Spring, 
A higher percentage will stop on the homeward leg of the Picnic Brevet, 
Because it is often so dang HOT and HUMID in mid-August. 
There's a August 200k pre-ride report on this blog somewhere; 
Randonnesia has not erased the bad portion of that ride from my mind, 
But I'd need to search a bit to find that report
(So okay, it didn't take that much searching to find the report.)]
We took more time at the Andrew's Store control than we should have.
My recollection is that we were discussing the great problems of the world,
Or the issues facing local randonneuring or RUSA,
Or maybe about nothing of much importance at all.
It is only about five-and-a-half miles from the control to Clyde's Critter Country.
With only two climbs; both on Parker Herndon Rd; the second being the more "interesting."

There is a longish, steepish decline to get to into Bynum,
Nestled as it is next to a deep portion of the Haw River and its valley.
However, to get to Critter Crossing, one turns off the decline onto Bynum Hill Rd,
Which immediately pops back up -- easy if you know what to expect.

I was leading, and the moment I made the turn,
I spied someone on the road driving a riding lawn mower.
It had to be Clyde.
It was.

As I slid past him on my bike, I quietly said, "good morning, Clyde."
I probably caught him a bit off guard.

Bob, IvaHawk, and I stopped our steeds in front of Critter Crossing Country;
Clyde brought his machine to a stop and shut off the engine.

I decided that since we knew Clyde's name, it would only be fair if he knew ours,
So we introduced ourselves.
Clyde noted, somewhat wistfully, I thought, that everyone knows him.
Clyde, sitting on his usual transportation machine, explaining something.  [Photo by IvaHawk.]
Bob in the orange helmet, me in the orange jersey, Clyde on his machine.  Clyde is admiring Bob's RUSA reflective triangle; we are hatching a plot.  [Photo by IvaHawk.] 
Front yard of Critter Crossing Country HQ.  [Photo by IvaHawk.]  Nicely done photo, Iva; I think you got the sun and shade angles just right. 
Now, between the overlong Andrew's Store control stop, and
Spending waaaay too much time talking with Clyde,
We didn't have much, if any, time in the bank.

Leaving Bynum can be a chore as the climb back up, away from the Haw River,
Looks, and can be, rather intimidating.
That climb certainly did not help on the "time in the bank" front.

We did, or least attempted to do, a short stop at then next store control in Pittsboro.
Nothing much interesting about a gas station / convenience store.
Except that upon leaving, one is again confronted by a non-trivial climb.
Who designed this course?
Oh, yeah, Alan.

Pittsboro-Moncure Rd, or is Moncure-Pittsboro Rd?
Regardless, it always seems there is an annoying breeze in one's face on that road,
Turning what ought to be mostly simple rollers into hills,
And the couple noteworthy climbs into HILLS.
All accompanied by tar snakes the whole distance.

The penultimate control is at Ray's Supermarket.
Two table outside, under the eaves giving some protection from rain.
There is also a notable pole next to the tables.
We again took too much time at a control, mostly sitting at the tables.
And I may have talked Iva into reprising his human half-flag moment from 2014.
[Photo near the bottom of the 2014 blog report, but none this time.]

Leaving Ray's, there remained 25 or slightly more miles still to ride.
Probably slogging it in.
Well, Iva my not have been slogging.
Bob almost certainly was not.
But I recall not having much gusto in my pedaling.

We finished the ride, returning to the picnic area, and
 Found that Alan had already brought over all the picnic supplies.
There was very little still to do to set up for other riders.

So ... Bob and I cleaned up a bit in the park's rest room, and
Then we mostly sat around and chatted.
Don't ask about what.

Iva, on the other hand, having completed his ride-along duties headed for home.

RegionClub Type Distance Date Finishers DNF
NC: Raleigh North Carolina Bicycle Club / 933045 RUSAP 100 2017/08/19 4 1
Cert# RUSA# Name Club / ACP Code Time Medal
RUSA-P13114 5843 B__, Bob Randonneurs USA / 933095  06:20
RUSA-P13115 215 O__, Michael North Carolina Bicycle Club / 933045  05:42
RUSA-P13116 6218 S__, Martin Randonneurs USA / 933095  06:20
RUSA-P13117 7702 A__, Iva C Randonneurs USA / 933095  06:20
[Note that MikeO, #215, did the brevet-pop starting at the regular event time. 
He did not see Clyde en route.  The "DNF" had mechanical trouble.]

October 21st, 2017
"Clyde's Currious Critters Chatham County Cycling Circuit"
108-km perm-pop

IvaHawk couldn't join this ride because he had life conflict, 
So he had done the Bahama Beach 103k 'free-route' for his October P-12-Challenge ride.
Bob and I had ridden the Bahama Beach route with Iva;
So he would have some company, and
Let's face it:  Bahama Beach is a great route.
Even if I do say so, myself.
[Do check out the above link; I think someone else indicated the route was a good one.]

[In case you are curious:  yes, the 7-Cs route is based on the above discussed Brevet-Pop, 
But the start and finish are in a different location, and 
The 7-Cs officially passes in front of Critter Country HQ.]  
[Therefore, the two routes are different, and each counts as a unique monthly P-route. 
At least that's the conclusion unless the Commissioner of the P-Challenge rules differently, and 
I seriously doubt that will happen, because him is me.] 

[Additionally, if it were necessary, neither Bob nor I have "burned" BB for our respective challenges.]

The ride advertisement on the NC-rando-list-serve and NC-rando-Facebook group
Had produced one additional rider:  BradW, #8218.

We started on time (as far as I can recall), and soon
We were crossing the very low Jordan Lake, and then
Bob riding the causeway / bridge across a branch of Jordan Lake.  Note the old, old roadway emerging from the water -- that roadway is usually well below the water level.  [Photo by Brad.] 

We were arriving and soon thereafter 
Leaving the first control at Andrew's Store.

Five-and-a-half miles later, we arrived at the official-on-the-7Cs Info Control.
With a little help from a neighbor, we rousted Clyde from inside his house.
Brad snapped a photo of his bike in front of Critter Country HQ.  One can see that Clyde's porch is well-stocked for heating his house during the winter.
We presented Clyde with this little document certifying his honorary membership as a North Carolina Randonneur.  Clyde promised to tack up the certificate on his porch (and we confirmed on March 17, 2018 that he had in fact done that.  [Photo by Brad.] 
Clyde with his certificate, the RUSA safety triangle that Bob had affixed to Clyde's mower, Bob, and me.  [Photo by Brad.]  I should have advertised this ride more drastically, mentioning the certificate plan and, more importantly, the RUSA triangle, soliciting additional contributors to the funds for said triangle.  If you are local and interested, give Bob some money.
Brad and I switched positions, sorta'.  [Photo by me using Brad's smart-phone.]
Brad snapped another photo of Critter Crossing HQ as we were about to leave. 
Bob on the pedestrian bridge over the Haw River -- bridge is the original US-15/501 bridge crossing the river at Bynum.  [Photo by Brad.] 
Brad insisted on a group selfie.  [Photo obviously by Brad.] 
Looking up the Haw River from the Bynum pedestrian bridge.  Modern US-15/501 bridge in the distance.  [Photo by Brad.] 
After the above, the rest of the ride was rather anti-climatic.
It is enough to note that we had accomplished our mission re:  Clyde,
It was a good day, or rather, given that this report is about two rides,
Each day was a good day for a bike ride with good people, and
We got credit for the perm-pop.
Permanent Route Name / #Distance Date Finishers DNF
NC: Clyde's Curious Critter Chatham County Cycling Circuit / 1861 108 2017/10/21 3 0
Cert# RUSA# Name Club / ACP Code Time
RUSA-T76258 5843 B__, Bob Randonneurs USA / 933095   06:13
RUSA-T76259 6218 S__, Martin Randonneurs USA / 933095   06:13
RUSA-T76260 8218 W__, Bradley J. North Carolina Bicycle Club / 933045   06:13

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Oct-18-2017: Bahama Beach 103

Bob and I were planning to do the "7-Cs" perm-pop on the 21st for our
NC-P-12-Explorer-Challenge ride for October.

However, IvaHawk could not ride on the 21st;
He had a family conflict, or maybe it was just a [shudder] golf conflict.
So, to keep Iva on track for his "Martin Challenge" -- that's how Iva refers to ... see above link,
We all agreed to to do the Bahama Beach perm-pop on the 18th to keep Iva on track.
[Bob and I would still do the 7-Cs on the 21st -- the next blog post, once written, should explain.]

We started at 1030, unusually late.
Maybe we waited for some warmth, or maybe Iva had an early morning conflict; maybe both.

Bahama Beach is a 'free-route,'
Meaning that, as long as we go through the controls in the correct sequential order,
We don't have to stick to the cue sheet.

Whether we discussed the issue before the ride, during or even at all, I don't recall.
But I certainly was intending to diverge from the standard route, and
Use the favorite "3-Hayes" variant, which by-passes Creedmoor and stays on little traffic roads.

In my rather short cycling career with the Irregulars and doing rando rides,
I've experienced people forgetting to bring their water bottles (me), and/or
Leaving their water bottles at the start (me), and/or
Someone forgetting their helmet (JP, me, separately, and luckily, spare helmets were at hand) and/or
Someone forgetting their shoes (Ags), and/or 
Someone forgetting their cycling shoes and helmet (MickH), and/or
Someone forgetting to bring their front wheel (IvaHawk).
The best, however, was when someone forgot their entire bike!

This ride, as we prepped our bikes and put on our gear,
Bob realized that he had forgotten his cycling shoes!
[Although the following were actually taken at the end of the ride, 
They fit better at the beginning.]
Bob's pedal.
Bob's "driving" shoes that he was forced wear for the ride.
The bottom of Bob's shoe, showing the effects of 106-kms.

So, off we started on a cool October morning.
The first control is in Bahama, originally known as Mt. Bethel.
Mt. Bethel church at the center of what is now known as Bahama. 
Historical marker across from the church.
We took several minutes at the fire station in Bahama, just down the road from the church.
Several minutes for a nature break or two, and also to adjust / remove some clothing.

After dropping down Bahama Road to Lake Michie, and getting a good look at the lake,
I saw the impact of the dry period on Lake Michie -- the beach is reappearing.

From a standing start, up the "Michie Wall," where I found Bob and Iva waiting.

Across the rollers of Ellis Chapel Rd.
The zig-zag on Cassam and Range roads, where I thought about taking more pics, but didn't.
Then the rollers of Robert's Chapel Rd, where I again thought about taking pics, but didn't.
A bit more on the other side of Range Road, followed by LIttle Mtn Road, and then into Stem.

A somewhat quick stop at the BP in Stem.
Or maybe it was a bit longer than it could have been,
But still less time than I recall from a February 2013 stop (a better story here).

Brogden Rd at pace, in the middle of which we diverged from the standard route.
Across Hester Rd to the "3-Hayes" section.
Sam Moss Hayes Rd.
Moss Hayes Rd.
Hayes Rd.
Back onto the standard route to the control at Grissom.

Then back to the start/finish at Bay Leaf.

No recollection of the conversations on the day.
And any regular reader will know that I wouldn't have recalled the conversations
Even if I had typed up this report only hours after the ride.

All in all, a good ride with good companions on a good route on a sunny October day.
Iva notched his perm-pop for the NC-P-12-Explorer-Challenge.
Bob edged closer to the goal of getting into the K-Hound Kennel for the third straight year.

That's my story, and I think I'll be sticking to it. 

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Sep-23-2017: Road to Hicksboro 205

First, the route:

Hmmn, it appears that RWGPS has modified their embed code.
Edited the code to reduce the size of the embed a bit / more than a bit.

When Bob and I reached the first control at Underwood Grocery,
I had an idea:  "Bikes on Tour" -- I'd take a photo of the bikes at each control. 
So I took the first pic of the day:
Bikes parked out of the way at Underwood Grocery.  If I didn't know where this was, I would never accept this photo as an EPP proof of passage.  [I don't figure to ever do EPP as a route-owner.  The traditional hard-copy cards force people to get off their bikes and interact with the store clerks and other locals.  Done properly, every randonneur has the opportunity to be a goodwill ambassador for cycling.]  [Photo by me.]

I find it easy to forget a "plan" while en route.
I forgot to take a photo at the second control just west of Timberlake.
I forgot to take a photo while in Stovall for lunch (Stovall is not a control).

I did remember to take a second photo.
An astute reader ought to be able to figure where this photo was taken.  Note that it "cleverly" does not include the sight of the answer to the current Info Control question.  [Photo by me.]

I forgot to take a photo at the penultimate control at/near Dabney.
I forgot to take a photo at the finish back at the Bay Leaf CVS.

At least I did remember to take my phone, with its embedded camera, with me on the ride.
A month later, Oct-25th, when I did the "Hicksboro" route reversed solo, I forgot my phone!

Monday, January 1, 2018

Aug-13-2017: "Prisoner Relief" with Double-L

I had forgotten about this ride until reviewing my 2017 Excel cycling worksheet.
Therefore, I'm blogging something so I might recall the ride in the future.
U either know who "Double-L" is or U don't.

Both her cars were off the road.
The blue Accord for some engine work.
The maroon CRV because Double-L had managed to mangle the right-rear door, while in her driveway.

She sent me a message:
"It feels the same as when I first got home after the crash."
"I'm a prisoner in my house because I can't go anywhere."
 Since the crash, Double-L is very leery of car traffic.
Including traffic between her house and good cycling roads. 

My car was in fine fettle, so we arranged to ride together.
I collected Double-L and her bike.
We drove to the CVS from whence my main rando Permanents begin.
(Being a Sunday, we couldn't park and start from Shady Grove Church.)

The route noted in the Excel worksheet indicates:
  • Bay Leaf CVS to Mt. Vernon Church Rd, 
  • to Carpenter Pond Rd, 
  • to Virgil Rd, 
  • to Southview Rd, 
  • to a full loop on Baptist Church Rd, 
  • then retrace the route back to the Bay Leaf CVS. 

A strange thing is that when I draw that on RWGPS, the route comes in at 39.1-miles,
But the Excel spreadsheet indicates 40.9-miles.
I know that my cycle confuser is more accurate than that.
I know that Double-L's cycle confuser is more accurate than that.
However, I cannot recall where we got the extra miles.

Oh, now I do recall.
Double-L wanted to get in at least 40-miles, so
When we got back to the MVC / Pleasant Union Ch Rd corner,
We rode nearly a mile the "wrong" way, to Pleasant Union Church, actually, to get the extra.

What else do I recall nearly five months later?
Not much.
Maybe nothing.
Except that I seem to recall trying to take protective positions
Just behind and slightly further away from the fog line
When we were on MVC Rd and especially Carpenter Pond Rd.

Oh, and trailing / struggling to keep up on certain inclines.
For example, the short but somewhat sharp inclines on Southview,
The climb from Southview to Virgil on the return.

On some climbs, perhaps MVC going out and coming back,
Double-L may have backed off her pace to keep us closer together.
I'm not sure about that.

That was my third ride of the year with Double-L in 2017.
She didn't want to interfere with my rando rides.
Ha ha ha ha.
She didn't understand that more rides with her would almost certainly have helped on the RUSA rides.

And clearly, she was intent on getting to a certain goal independently.
Sometimes she is a bit stubborn on that point.
40.9 miles  --  2h47 in-motion  --  14.7-mph avg in-motion

Previous ride in 2017 with Double-L. which was the 2nd of the year despite what the blog indicates:

The first ride in 2017 with Double-L was not blogged.
The Excel file indicates it was 4-times looper on Coley Rd,
With a WNW->NW wind @ 10+ mph, which is good because that's an upslope tailwind (mostly), 
And some extra to make 30-miles.


Thursday, December 21, 2017

Sep-13: NOB Lite 128 for NC-P-12-Explorer-Challenge

Bob, Iva, and I decided to ride Bob's NOB Lite 128-km perm-pop 
For our September NC-P-12-Explorer-Challenge ride.

Well, actually, Bob had ridden NOB Lite earlier in the month, but
This was Iva's first ever tour of the NOB Lite course, and
Although I had ridden NOB Lite on June-28, I'm not counting that as the June Explorer pop.

On the Jun-28 ride, I had taken several photographs using my flip-phone.
Each had come out pretty well (see the appropriate link above).
This ride, I wanted to get a pic of the church
Where the route turns onto NC-119 (turns off NC-119 on the return).
Sometimes it is a bit difficult to line up the lens for the desired photo, and I clearly slightly missed for this photo.  However, this mostly, or at least partially, conveys the shady scene which is a welcome sight and the resulting cooler temps are even more welcome on hot summer morning.

I don't recall much from the ride [typing this on October 12th].
It was a rather non-descript enjoyable outing.

I'm confident that I took a photo or two at Red House / of the Red House.
But said photo seems to have disappeared.
Oh, well, a reason to ride the course again.
[Edit Oct-20-2017:  I found the photo of the "Red House".] 
There is an historical marker that explains about "Red House" -- just accept that there has been a red brick Presbyterian church at that location since, well, I'm not sure, but my recollection is 1776 plus or minus.

Permanent Route Name / #Distance Date Finishers DNF
NC: NOB Lite Populaire / 3285 128 2017/09/13 3 0
Cert# RUSA# Name Club / ACP Code Time
RUSA-T75230 7702 A__, Iva C Randonneurs USA / 933095 06:32
RUSA-T75231 6218 S__, Martin Randonneurs USA / 933095 06:32
RUSA-T75232 5843 B__, Bob Randonneurs USA / 933095 06:32

Thanks to Bob and Iva for dragging me through the ride.