Overview of the trip from my perspective.
This was the first CNC Ride
(Cycle North Carolina) I had ever been on, it's certainly a learning experience. I
that this was the seventh yearly ride. And I met riders that had been on all seven. I also found several first
timers as myself.
I understand and I could be a little off that:
There were 71% men and 29%
Riders 4 or 5 Countries
Riders from 30 some states
Average Age 50
Youngest 8 and Oldest 82
I found the ride to be very well
organized. My hat goes off to the crew that put this ride together. We had a sheet
with all the roads and turns on them. A good road map. All the route was well marked with signs and
directions painted on the pavement. I didn't use my road sheet. I only went by the road markings. They were
certainly sufficient. The mass planning of moving all the rest stops, port-a-toilets, luggage, etc. is a job
in and of itself. And to move these items for over 1000 riders makes it a monumental task.
It seemed like when we moved into
town, we took over. There were nothing but the bikers. All the towns
went out of their way to accommodate us.
My overview of statistics are charted below.
Overall it was a great trip.
Dewey E. Fox, Age 63
Overview of Statistics
|Day Three||Day Four||Day Five||Day Six||
4 hours 39 min
|5 hours 1 min||5 hours 39 min||3 hours 45 min||6 hours 12 min||5 hours 22 min||4 hours 13 min|
|Max Heart Beat||127||117||118||115||114||104||121|
|Accum RideTime||4 hrs 39 min||9 hrs 40 min||15 hrs 19 min||19 hrs 4 min||25 hrs 16 min||30 hrs 38 min||34 hrs 51 min|
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