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Doug Long

Doug Long

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Location : Chillicothe
Registration date : 2007-11-20

PostSubject: It's time for some gravel condition reports!!   Fri Sep 07, 2012 8:02 am

Fall colors, cool temps, gravel roads. That is a combination for some serious fun fitness.

I've been jumping on my cross bike lately and riding out to Poosey and starting to fan out and ride some of the local gravel.

I plan on posting here with current gravel conditions so those of you that like to ride gravel can pick routes to avoid any fresh rock or roads that have been recently turned/graded. Please feel free to jump in and lets us know what areas to avoid. I like my gravel sparse. As a matter of fact, I like old dirt roads and the adventure of where they will take me!

Here is the report on the roads I know are currently good as of Sept. 7:
CR 533 from Rt. Y to Springhill. The Aggie bottoms all the way to Lock Springs. Topper from Lock Springs west-this road is like riding pavement right now. That is a start. I plan on getting in at least 2 days of gravel a week so stay posted.
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