The LUCE is a rails to trails for those that don't know. The state got a track of land from the Railroad some time ago. They tore up the rails and dropped a few 100 tons of crushed limestone down so that it's a multi-use trail. Only down side is it's straight as a frozen rope and it's almost flat.
Kristen and I went out for a Luce tour, 40 miles or so.
bullet straight, bullet speed
It's nice not turning, you can get in a zone, relax, think, talk....lose track of time
Tubes. I like these, you never know what you'll find.
We get a big eye!
Seriously, this trail goes miles and it's almost straight with about a 1% grade.
This map is on the trail only we are NOT on it. The bottom is about 1/4 inch short of our East-West course. So someone didn't get the education they paid for and we pay the stupid to post maps that do not include, "YOU ARE HERE."
"Grim up! I'm training for Bandit Cross."
It was a rail road so you should have seen this coming.
Fishermen can't cast from a train bridge!
Seriously, how hard?
Gravel gives the best visuals.
Look, StoveTop Stuffing containers.
We roll out and back. No drama. Easy. Fun. 3 Stars
I'm going back in fall/winter and rage this thing in snow, fat bike style.