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Cyced Manchester to Ambleside

Cyced Manchester to Ambleside

Difficult
08:55
107 mi
12.0 mph
7,525 ft
8,125 ft
Expert road ride. Very good fitness required. Mostly well-paved surfaces and easy to ride.

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Tips

Includes segments in which cycling is not permitted

You may need to dismount and push your bike.

0.67 mi in total

Tour Overview

Starting Point
107 mi
Destination

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Tour Profile

Elevation
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  • Waytypes & Surfaces

Waytypes

Path: 0.72 mi
Cycleway: 1.41 mi
Street: 0.52 mi
Road: 75.9 mi
State Road: 28.3 mi

Surfaces

Paved: 29.8 mi
Asphalt: 76.2 mi
Unknown: 0.90 mi

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Angus planned a road ride.

February 28, 2021

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