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The Solstice Metric Century

Posted by skiumahgopher on June 19, 2008

Today’s ride went from Ramsey Beach in White Bear Lake. We traveled up Portland to Highway 7, then up 57 to Highway 4.  After a left at Manning and a right at Mayberry, we made our way through beautiful wooded roads.  A left at Highway 3, which became 25 in Chisago County, then a right at 86.  The ride finally got to Highway 95.  A right at 243, then down the hill, across the St. Croix, and up the hill to the rest stop in Osceola.

At the rest stop, we discovered that Kim’s rear tire was shot.  Luckily, Richard M. has another tire, and we were back on the road. Returning to Highway 3 the way we came out, we continued to Highway 4 to 55.  The rolling hills of Highway 55 were great.  After a regroup at Highway 7, we continued west to Highway 15, where we went south to 110th. We wound around to the Withrow Ballroom and took a left back at 7.  Back to Portland and down to Highway 96, and back to the beach.

Cities and towns traveled through: White Bear Lake, Hugo, Scandia, Osceola, May Township, Withrow, and White Bear Township.  Miles: 64, Average: 18 MPH.

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