Hekaton Classic Century Felix Wong

We took it real easy on this season-closer! Despite some “time-trialing” in the first 30 miles, Ken’s and my finish time was not much less than our first century, 3 years ago. But this ride is not about going fast. Rather, it’s a time to relax and take in some scenery… and say goodbye to a wonderful summer.

Ride Summary

  • 108 mi. Actual ride is 100 mi of mostly flat to rolling terrain.
  • 6:50-16:30 total time
  • 13.5 mph moving average
  • Max speed: 51.5 mph

Ride Rating

(1=ho hum; 5=best)

  • Scenery: 2.5
  • Support/Organization: 2
  • Food: 1
  • Difficulty: 2
  • Overall Rating: 2

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red/white 1992 Cannondale R500 3.0 Ken Loo at the 1996 Hekaton Classic. Ken Loo at the 1996 Hekaton Classic. red Cannondale 3.0, red Cannondale 2.8 yellow 1969 MGB roadster, red Cannondale 3.0, luggage rack, bike rack, Ken Loo, Toyota truck Ken Loo and his Toyota pickup truck and red Cannondale, 1996 Hekaton Classic

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