6/13/2007

Uphill Ride

(Toledo, OH) A cyclist travels west-to-east over the High Level Bridge, which is also known by the name of the Anthony Wayne Suspension Bridge.

This is only about a 20-degree incline, but this rider must travel over 1600 feet in order to reach the midpoint of the bridge.

The upside of such an arduous journey, of course, is the downward section of the trip. I estimated that another bicyclist cruised downhill past me ata speed of about 30 miles per hour.

Bet they can't reach bicycle speeds like that in Branson Missouri.

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