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Old 03-10-2019, 08:24 PM   #31
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I'm glad they split the north and south up because I was not ready for the Nevada one, it was like 900 miles! Imagine how many miles a full CA BDR would be! It would be over 1000+ for sure!

One thing I don't like about the BDR is you are riding south to north or north to south the climate changes DRAMATICALLY. It was like 90F in the southern section then as soon as you get half way it plummets to like 50-60s!

So I'm planning the SocalBDR and it's the same story when I get to Benton Hot Springs that's it Sierra Nevada can't pass it go around, too much snow. I think the ideal time to do these rides are in May or June.
Bwahaha the Socal BDR is a little longer than the NVBDR about 945 miles vs 900 miles. Socal BDR was awesome many places I had never been before. The weather was miserable at times though. A combined norcal and socal BDRs would be 2000+ miles. But I suppose if you account riding from the bay area like I did on my own BDR route it was 2000+ So I pretty much rode all of the southern half of California.

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