Day 10: going in I knew this was going to be a tough day. It ended up 75 miles and 4770 feet of climbs. LOTS of hills here in Tennessee!!! I felt pretty strong most of the day but the last 20 miles was tough but I pushed through. I got off to an early start, just a little before 5 AM. Finished up just after Noon. No big drama to talk about, weather was getting pretty hot by noon, 94 degrees. So overall, a big success. We are staying at Cane Creek RV Resort, pretty nice facilities. We are just south of the Land Between The Lakes Park. We will end up in Kentucky tomorrow!!! We are scheduled for a 70 mile day tomorrow with over 5400 feet in climbs!!! I have my doubts. So As a backup plan, I can stop before the 70 miles and Ken will pick me up and then drop me off the next morning at the spot to start. But we will see how the day goes. We are now at 663 total miles!!! Thank you for all the prayers and encouragement!!! 😀😀😀
Teri posted on Facebook:
Day 10 is complete, y’all!!!🤠
Andy and Chris pedaled from Mousetail Landing State Park in Linden, Tennessee to Cane Creek RV Campground in Stewart, Tennessee. Andy and Chris both rode their bicycles for 75 miles with a total elevation of 4,770 ft!!!🚴🏻♂️💨💙🚴🏻♂️💨⛰💪🏼🥵😳 Give these awesome athletes some kudos!! They deserve it!!!
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