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Tons of New Interstate Construction / 新名神の工事ばかり

Ride
  • 102.3km
    Distance
  • 1,346m
    Elevation
  • 5:15:46
    Moving Time
  • 2,428
    Calories
  • 132
    Suffer Score
 
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Comments

  1. Iwbmattkyt 🐺.
    Iwbmattkyt 🐺.

    Hope to ride together again. So beautiful places. Nice course.

  2. Nils F.
    Nils Ferry

    Damn, that's impressive. You went very near my first apartment in Japan, between Hankyu Tonda and Sojiji Stations.

  3. Jeffrey F.
    Jeffrey Friedl

    It would have been more impressive had I done the route I intended, which was to swing by the top of Mr. Rokko, but I left way too late and went way too slow, so I ended up doing half of what I wanted. But at the same time, I really enjoy a leisurely poking around of a new area.

  4. バルニャン 🚵.
    バルニャン 🚵.

    You passed really close to where I live. If you ever decide to go up instead of down Route 110, try out this segment I created: https://www.strava.com/segments/12826682 - it's a nice 40 minute climb.

  5. Jeffrey F.
    Jeffrey Friedl

    Hahah, if the KOM is 38min, I might aim for 50. Maybe if you lead me up I can go faster... maybe next week sometime? Mind if I make a surveyed segment for it? (I've just updated the map data that Strava uses, so the map should appear much more accurate now.) Finally, is the pass that it ends at commonly known as 「多留見峠」? Data from the Ministry of Transportation shows a pass with that name further north, after you descend 100m. I imagine this pass halfway down the mountain arises from it being a pass on a cross trail predating the road.

  6. バルニャン 🚵.
    バルニャン 🚵.

    That'd be great if you make a surveyed segment! Sundays are best to ride the segment because there are no dump trucks. (By the way, I think the KOM is on the longer side because not many ppl ride it.) And, yeah, technically it's not 多留峠 - the nekotani guy talks about that a bit (http://nekotani.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-89.html, also see comments; http://nekotani.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-393.html). I tried to go on the actual 多留峠 with my bike but it was much too trail-like.