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FINAL RAM-Sharps Cove/Hollow & Upper Hurricane

When:
Saturday, September 9, 2017, 7:30 AM until 12:00 PM
Where:
Madison County High School
https://www.madison.k12.al.us/
74 Brock Road
Gurley, AL  35748

Contact:
Hunter Chockley
256 527-8643
Category:
RAM Series
Registration is not Required

Title: FINAL RAM RIDE-Sharps Cove/Hollow & Upper Hurricane (2 paces)

Start Location: Madison County High School, 174 Brock Rd, Gurley, AL (Front Parking Lot)

Date & Start Time: Saturday, 9 Sep @ 7:30 AM

Distance: 52 Miles


Ride Leaders: Hunter Chockley, chockleyj@bellsouth.net, 256 527-8643 & Raul Briseno, raulbriseno@me.com , 563 940-3888 (Sweeper)


Description: FINAL SCCC 2017 RAM RIDE!! This is a BEAUTIFUL moderate ride of 52 miles with an average pace of 15-16 mph and Raul will be the sweeper with anticipated pace of 14-15 mph but still No Rider Left Behind. The route will first go to Sharps Cove, Sharps Hollow and then Upper Hurricane Creek. The route has a bunch of hills/rollers with a cumulative climb of ~2140 ft, but no major climb.

Rest Stops:  1st RS at Madison County Lake @ 18 Miles & 2nd RS @ Madison County Lake @ ~44 Miles. It also has 4 quick stops (no service) at Sharps Cove, Sharps Hollow, End of Upper Hurricane Rd, and end of Dear Trace.

The link for the cue sheet and map is: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/16392031 . This route is listed on the SCCC RWGPS Club Account.

Bring a cue sheet and/or a map and/or Garmin and have the phone number of the Ride Leaders. It is also recommended that you have the phone number of at least one friend.

 Again this is a moderate ride of 52 Miles with a lot of hills & rollers. It is desirable that you be able to the stated average pace and distance. If you choose to ride at a much faster pace or deviate from the either route, then you are on your own.