2011 Ride of Death

Fat Guy from NAMBA posts his Ride of Death to the old Website.
Posted in Allegheny National Forest, asked by Super User, 3 years ago. 703 hits.

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Min Elevation 370.6 m
Max Elevation 605.6 m
Total Elevation Gain 1792.8 m
Total Elevation Loss 1784.2 m
Way Points 0
Track Points 5166
Max Speed 0 mile/hr
Average Speed 0 mile/hr
Total Distance 88.89 km
Total Time 0h 00m 00s
Route Points 0
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