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I was relieved to find a competent bike shop with the necessary bicycle bottom bracket sealed bearing assembly in stock, and ready (for a touring cyclist) to take the job on immediately, even on a Saturday morning. Getting the repair done meant that I could do the coming climbs without wondering if I would learn the hard way what happens at end of life for such bearings. I had been concerned I might be stuck for days waiting for parts. It probably helped that my bike uses fairly common components. I ate breakfast while my bike got fixed. (Note to self: Don't do that again; even the most helpful mechanic can do better work with your advice on your preferences, and can teach you things during the repair process). Once I got rolling, but before I left town, I stopped for a haircut, my first since Whiskey Point. Then I continued riding on roadways and then nice NY bikepath infrastructure. Before the Hudson crossing, I stopped to deal with a shifting problem; I did not have access to my lowest gear, which I absolutely do need for steep climbs. I found a workaround which got me into low (though it was noisy in low, and front derailleur shifts were slower than before). With that compromise the best I could do, I headed for the lovely Walkway over the Hudson, where there was some kind of fun disabled access celebration going on.
Many of the subsequent miles, including most of the after-dark miles, were on bikepath. I got into some serious horse country, which was pretty and little-traveled but meant that lodging was expensive and just a touch horsey-bizarre.
|Started in:||Ulster County, NY, US|
|Elevation:||+ 3452 / - 3103 ft|
|Departed:||Sep 08, '18, 10:24AM|
|Starts in:||Ulster County, NY, US|
|Selected distance:||69.8 mi|
|Elevation:||+ 3452 / - 3103 ft|
|Selection Moving Time:||06:06:56|
|Max Speed:||35.2 mph|
|Avg. Speed:||11.4 mph|
Best format for turn-by-turn directions on modern Garmin Edge Devices
Best format for turn by turn directions on Edge 500, 510. Will provide true turn by turn navigation on Edge 800, 810, 1000, Touring including custom cue entries. Great for training when we release those features. Not currently optimal for Virtual Partner.
Useful for uploading your activity to another service, keeping records on your own computer etc.
Useful for any GPS unit. Contains no cuesheet entries, only track information (breadcrumb trail). Will provide turn by turn directions (true navigation) on the Edge 705/800/810/1000/Touring, but will not have any custom cues. Works great for Mio Cyclo. Find GPS specific help in our help system.
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