By the time the biker reaches the bottom of the first
hill, he is already at some elevation above the water. He has biked
uphill from Arnold Dock, and up from
The first three come in rapid succession, a low incline leads up to the first, ruining any chance to build up speed. Between the Lower and Upper Grand Hills there is a brief space to catch a breath, but the “breather” isn’t level.
Corners Hill is the third. It is a long incline that wouldn’t be much of
anything if the biker weren’t huffing from the two Grand Hills. At the
Four Corners, which is what people on the
Now comes the first downward slope in the ride. It’s not much of a slope, but here the biker is able to speed up before he hits Stable Hill, or Barn Hill as it could be called. Quickly after this one is Surrey Hill, about the same size. If the biker is tired, he could tell himself there’s only one more.
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