RideLondon 100 Route Analysis Redux: The Five Things You Need To Know
This post is a little different from my usual offerings.
It’s a slide presentation (woo-ooh!) that looks once again at the RideLondon 100 route and offers up some interesting titbits for participants (and anyone else with a passing interest).
I shoved the presentation (or ‘deck’, if you hail from corporate America) onto Slideshare in an inglorious attempt to increase the number of people that get to see it.
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So, without further ado…
Ladies and Gentlemen, I Give You… The Presentation!
Want to know more about the RideLondon 100 route?
Of course you do.
In that case, why not take a look at my extended RideLondon 100 route analysis and the post where I try out the Leith Hill and Box Hill climbs.
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