Originally Posted by ducnut
I've ridden the trails, at Ocoee. That's going to be brutal!
Not to mention the fact that most of those miles between the real trails are just gravel fireroads with lots of elevation changes. The majority of the course comprises one of my favorite dualsport rides. Sometimes I will see riders on mtb's as I roost by and think they are
for riding those roads. Good luck on the training Ridge. I can't think of anything in the Triangle area (hill wise) that will properly prepare you for the Cohutta 100.
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