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Ride Previewpv icon sat rideTHIS WEEK'S SATURDAY RIDE

Mason-Dorland-Pumpkin Ridge v1

42.7 miles - 1,749 feet

9:00am Start


May gave us a couple of inclement Saturdays early so we went flat. Now it looks like a spectacular day this coming Saturday so lets climb again - this time north of OR 26.  The route this week is Mason - Dorland - Pumpkin Ridge v1 (42.7 miles, 1,749 feet of elevation gain). The route is split evenly into two parts - with the first half a climbing route (three distinct climbs) and the second half pancake-flat.  We start by heading out Helvetia, followed by the curvy bit we all love - Jackson Quarry - and then climb up Mason Hill - Solberger (3 miles / 650’) and Pumpkin Ridge (1.5 miles / 300’).  Of course we also get paid for our work with a couple great descents on Dorland and Pumpkin Ridge.  This puts us on the flats where we take Mountaindale, cross OR-26 via Dersham and take Harrington to Roy.  We then follow Greenville and head south on Kansas City to Kemper-Osterman into Verboort.  After the Verboort round-abouts we take Cornelius Schefflin to Wren, which we follow to Glencoe. Then it’s Evergreen and home.  The weather forecast is calling for clear skies and ride temperatures in the low-70’s’s to low-80’s during the ride.

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