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Tue, 22 Nov 2016

Ride starting Sat Feb 5 15:10:35 2011

80.00 km 262455.44 feet 49.71 mi 19791.00 seconds 329.85 minutes 5.50 hours 9.04 mi/hr

(publishing this in 2016 because I realized I hadn't done so before.)

Was in San Francisco consulting for Wikipedia. Had some spare time on the weekend, so I rented a bicycle and went for a bicycle ride. Rode the Iron Horse (Rail) Trail from Pleasanton to Concord. It's a nice trail, nearly all on the railbed itself, with very few off-trail sections. Was a gorgeous warm day in California. Back home it was cold and snowy, but I was having fun that Saturday.

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Sun, 16 Oct 2016

Ride starting Sat Jul 23 07:04:26 2016

16.10 km 52829.47 feet 10.01 mi 3231.00 seconds 53.85 minutes 0.90 hours 11.15 mi/hr

The Cauyga-Seneca Canalway Trail is the Lehigh Valley's former Seneca Falls Branch. It mostly runs alongside the Cayuga-Seneca Canal. It's a nice stone dust trail. Not highly used by my estimation. The southern end dead-ends on the busy SH-96A.

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Ride starting Sat Apr 16 07:31:29 2016

10.85 km 35592.32 feet 6.74 mi 3743.00 seconds 62.38 minutes 1.04 hours 6.48 mi/hr

Pat Warner Trail. I rode it further north and south than the trail actually extends. Their plan is to run it all the way up to Buffalo. To the south it runs too close to a nuclear processing plant, so it will have to stop before it gets there.

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Ride starting Sat Apr 16 15:57:42 2016

16.29 km 53428.71 feet 10.12 mi 3906.00 seconds 65.10 minutes 1.08 hours 9.33 mi/hr

Tonawanda Rails to Trails. I rode part of it in 2013, before the developed any of it. It's a very nice trail which, although not officially opened, already had many people using it.

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Ride starting Thu Apr 14 18:44:50 2016

5.91 km 19378.60 feet 3.67 mi 1884.00 seconds 31.40 minutes 0.52 hours 7.01 mi/hr

A nice little set of trails, some on the trolley railbed, and some not. The trolley railbed is buried underneath I-690, so the trail goes from the park on the north side by ducking under the same bridge as the Onondaga Lake Outlet.

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