Monday, August 13, 2012

the freaking kinzua classic

There is a non USAC race in Pennsylvania that is one of the best courses ever. It is along the Kinzua reservoir in North Western PA. It is basically in the Allegheny National Forest. 2x30 mile loops on quiet roads passing primitive forest camp sites and waterways. 4416 feet of climbing. The second lap finishes with a bonus climb up to a dirt road, adding a few extra hundred feet of climbing. It is seriously one of the best courses that I have ever raced. For sure one of the best in PA.

We make a pilgrimage to Brett's cabin for the race it's in the middle of the forest it's awesome.

I am doing this post on my iPhone entirely by Siri. The photos are all taken from Instagram.

1 comment:

Burt Friggin' Hoovis said...

that is a great course. i got 2nd to casey williams there as a cat iv back in 1994 when it was the state campionship road race.

you need to charge your phone, btw...