Blayney to Bathurst Sun 12th April 2015

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Postby Stuart » 25 Nov 2014, 14:42

Anyone planning to do this ride next year? I'm a good chance of attending.

The 2015 nab B2B: Blayney to Bathurst - Cyclo Sportif Challenge Sunday 12 April 2015

70km Cyclo Sportif Challenge

110km Cyclo Sportif Challenge

110km Gold Wave limited to 135 elite riders

11km Family Fun Challenge

Full Road Closures will be in force for 70km and 110km courses. This is a unique provision for an event of this type in NSW

The nab B2B is a charity event run by Rotary Club of Bathurst Daybreak benefiting local charities

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Postby James Rogers » 25 Nov 2014, 15:34

Amazing and great that they managed to get full road closures for 2015.

We'll be there, no doubt - especially for the crits and hill climb champs, the day before the sportif.

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Postby Stuart » 13 Feb 2015, 10:41

*bump* - 3 person teams get a discount entry of $92. Any more interest in this? Jo and I are starters but a bit concerned about bike transport to the start line. What are peoples experiences of the early morning bus option?

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Postby James Rogers » 13 Feb 2015, 15:49

I reckon is the best. It's about 45km through the back roads, very lightly trafficked because they are either already controlled, or people are just staying away. If the weather is as nice as it was last year, it makes for a lovely warm-up. I'll be riding this year if anyone wants to join me.

The bus isn't that bad, however. Most bikes seem to come out of the trucks alive. ;)

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Postby Eleri » 13 Feb 2015, 17:09

I'll be going. Probably staying with my brother who will probably organise my transport to the start.

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Postby andrewm » 13 Feb 2015, 18:25

I will probably go. I will probably ride. Have used the truck theast 2 years and it has been fine.

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Postby John Mason » 13 Feb 2015, 19:07

I am planning to do this event for the first time. The 70 km short course sounds about right.

Can someone offer me some advice on what group to go in?

Here are the options:

40km / hour plus- approx
35 – 40km / hour plus
30- 35 km / hour plus
25 – 30 km / hour plus
20 – 25 km / hour plus

I reckon on a good day I'll manage in the 35-40 km hour bunch ok - assuming there are plenty of wheels to follow.

However, the course profile looks like quite a bit of downhill. Should i be leaving with the 40km/hour plus bunch & then dropping back to the next bunch if it turns out to be too quick?

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Postby mikesbytes » 13 Feb 2015, 20:39

It's been a few years since I've done it so there could be some inaccuracy in what I say;

40km / hour plus- approx - top end fasties
35 – 40km / hour plus - bottom end fasties and top end middies
30- 35 km / hour plus - bottom end middies and C28
25 – 30 km / hour plus - C25
20 – 25 km / hour plus - Saturday Slowies

From my experience most the people who enter will enter in a group rated faster than their actual ability. If you enter exactly as per the specs, you will find yourself in the first bunch of that way the first time there is a split, which will occur before you reach any real hills.

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Postby Robert » 13 Feb 2015, 22:30

I can do this, if anyone wants to join me in a group of three 35 - 40 km will be good.
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Postby James Rogers » 14 Feb 2015, 10:07

John, someone with your speed should leave with the fast bunch - you might find getting out of Blayney a bit hectic otherwise. First splits start immediately after the neutral zone, and then most (racing, not sportif) bunches are picked apart on the hills.

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Postby kend » 02 Mar 2015, 20:48

I am planning to register for this ride. Currently I am a weak to average middie but plan to be average to strong in 5 weeks. Love to join a team itheres a place going. Havent decided on 70 or 110ks yet. 70 looks like fast fun but is it a challenge?

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Postby Stuart » 16 Mar 2015, 11:23

Trouty and I are registered for the 110k course and are getting the bus to Blayney for the start. The groupings on the registration site were:

15-25k
25-35k
35-45k
45k+

So we both chose 25-35k.

For all you aspiring B2B riders there is an Easter Friday adventure (C28+) ride to West Head at 5:45. Details here >> viewtopic.php?f=3&t=3532&start=440

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Postby canthes » 16 Mar 2015, 14:53

I have entered as well, 25-35km group, fingers crossed for some nice weather :D

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Postby John Mason » 16 Mar 2015, 21:09

Hi there, I've entered too, but in the 70km ride. John M

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Postby raph » 20 Mar 2015, 20:46

Just entered the 110km in 25-35 group.
So looking forward to it!

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Postby andrewm » 24 Mar 2015, 08:15

I've entered the 110. 35-45. Past experience suggest I'll be with a mega bunch at the ~35/6/7 km/hr end of this pace til Rockley Mount where it all falls apart.

Will be riding to the start - so <might> keep James company depending on what he classes as a gentle roll ;)

Anyone going out Sat afternoon that could give me a lift? I'm a sparkling conversationalist.

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Postby peterNicoll » 25 Mar 2015, 21:01

Have signed up for 110km in 25-35 group. Happy to give someone (Andrew M?) a lift Sat afternoon. Peter.

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Postby humanbeing » 26 Mar 2015, 12:49

Andrew, if you're riding out to the start, am I to assume you're leaving from the finish?
And what time will you be leaving?
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Postby andrewm » 26 Mar 2015, 17:46

Peter. My plan is to get there the night before. Ride to the start in the morning. Do the ride and leave from the finish.

No real idea what time I'll leave. Depends if j am getting a lift from someone, or giving a lift to someone or just eating sausages.

I expect to finish 12 ish. So left to my own devices would leave around 1.

I am however flexible.

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Postby humanbeing » 26 Mar 2015, 20:41

Nah, that's not what I was asking but I didn't compose the question very well :roll:
I was considering driving up to Bathurst first thing Sunday morning, parking at the finish, riding to the start, doing the ride and driving home. I was wondering when you'd leave to ride to the start?
Maybe I'll drive to the start so I can sleep in, do the ride, then ride back to the start and drive home.
I know there's a bus and bike transport but as near as I can gather it's about 40 km from Bathurst to Blayney so why not just ride?
All conjecture anyway as I've not entered yet and it'll probably sell out.
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Postby MarkL » 29 Mar 2015, 16:28

I've entered the Hill Climb and 110k, 35- 45 pace group.

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Postby Phil D » 01 Apr 2015, 18:39

Looks like I'm heading to Bathurst for the 110k ride. Might need some winter gear...

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Postby Eleri » 01 Apr 2015, 19:51

I entered everything sort of on the spur of the moment.

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Postby Eleri » 06 Apr 2015, 18:44

If anyone is still looking for accommodation, I overbooked and have a spare room going in a motel. Let me know ASAP or I'll let it go.

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Postby James Rogers » 07 Apr 2015, 07:07

Current forecast looks pretty pleasant. Saturday 7-20C. Sunday 5-21C. Partly cloudy...

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Postby James Rogers » 08 Apr 2015, 09:43

But now I'm hearing it snowed & hailed (snailed?) in Bathurst yesterday. Maybe get the warmers out.

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Postby Strawburger » 08 Apr 2015, 11:26

Hopefully the nrs riders that have registered will pull out!

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Postby Eleri » 08 Apr 2015, 21:30

I'm taking everything I own. But I'll be riding that hill climb in as little as possible.

Because every kg I lose represents ~ 2% of my bodyweight so it counts.

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Postby James Rogers » 09 Apr 2015, 14:37

Is a bodypainted skinsuit UCI legal?

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Postby Philip » 10 Apr 2015, 11:00

I didn't see any skinsuits when I did it. I do remember I had to take off my shoe covers. They were deemed an aero advantage apparently. I just wanted warm toes.

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Postby James Rogers » 10 Apr 2015, 12:47

The guy in front of me last year rode it on a TT bike. But not a skin suit. I'll just be riding it with a cold this year. Sniff.

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Postby Eleri » 10 Apr 2015, 13:34

You'll be more cold if you go in body paint - sniff, sniff indeed.

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Postby JoTheBuilder » 10 Apr 2015, 15:11

How did they allow a TT bike but not shoe covers? I know which one I would prefer from an 'aero' point of view.

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Postby Strawburger » 10 Apr 2015, 15:56

The elites ride with full aero bikes and kit, including helmet and skin suit. I guess when they average 30km/hr for the climb they can get away with it!

For normal people, doing 30km/hr in the flat bit after the climb is an achievement!

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Postby Eleri » 10 Apr 2015, 16:13

Shoe covers. I'm not riding a TT bike up a steep hill.

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Postby Philip » 13 Apr 2015, 08:27

My shoe covers weren't even full aero style. They were just the neoprene toe cover style.

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Postby Eleri » 18 Apr 2015, 10:47

The results are up for the 110km and 70km event, crits and hillclimb and are all pulled out in the next few posts. Thanks Ratzzz!

Would someone care to go through the times and pull out all the DHBC results? That would be super excellent.

There were 30 DHBC members in the 110km and 11 in the 70km.

Also, while you are at it - a list of all the DHBC people who contested the hillclimb and we can see the times together. Did everyone get beaten by a 13 year old? I certainly did (comprehensively).

[Edited to remove the wrong link]

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Postby timothy_clifford » 18 Apr 2015, 20:34

Correct links (from ):

11th April



12th April - B2B Cyclo Sportif






DHBC results to follow...

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Postby ratzzzzz » 18 Apr 2015, 21:23

Sorry can't do a table with this?
Excel file is linked if someone else wants to put up in a more user friendly way -or if you want to sort a different way


70KM RESULTS Div Time Gender Rank Division Rank
SANTOS, Maximillian M 13-14 1:55:40.65 63 6
ROGERS, James M 35-49 1:56:31.94 68 24
MASON, John M 50-64 2:00:16.24 85 18
DAVISON, Ken M 50-64 2:12:14.31 150 40
ROGERS, Taku M 15-16 2:28:27.27 228 23
SANTOS, Lawrence M 13-14 2:46:24.17 297 15
SANTOS, Bernard M 35-49 2:59:28.33 323 119
ROSSITER, Trish F 35-49 3:01:29.03 104 37
MCALARY, Beth F 23-34 3:01:55.11 105 16
BULL, Amanda F 50-64 3:52:25.80 142 47
REDMOND, Helen F 35-49 DNS

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Postby ratzzzzz » 18 Apr 2015, 21:23

110KM RESULTS Div Time Gender Rank Division Rank
BOLTON, Bill M 19-22 2:34:16.76 38 9
CHUBB, Alexander M 23-34 2:34:24.73 47 24
BERNARD, James M 23-34 2:36:13.08 50 24
FOWLER, James M 23-34 2:40:20.04 78 36
BOLTON, Thomas M 17-18 2:42:24.76 86 9
CHIDGEY, Michael M 23-34 2:45:23.35 91 40
BOLTON, Simon M 50-64 2:57:50.34 119 12
TROUTMAN, Joanne F 50-64 3:00:29.76 8 1
LACEY, Mark M 50-64 3:00:39.93 226 22
MATTES, Andrew M 35-49 3:04:12.88 247 103
BICARD, Raphael M 35-49 3:18:00.03 335 141
WILSON, Scott M 35-49 3:26:10.15 385 160
KARSKENS, Jeff M 35-49 3:26:31.42 387 161
FARRAR, Adam M Over 65 3:30:51.16 420 5
BLOOMFIELD, Simon M 35-49 3:34:48.16 443 186
O'REILLY, Michael M 50-64 3:35:30.88 450 103
CAHILL, Ken M 50-64 3:36:09:45 465 106
MORGAN-THOMAS, Eleri F 50-64 3:37:18.52 34 11
GRIMISON, Peter M 35-49 3:39:22.12 476 198
ANTHES, Cameron M 35-49 3:44:24.61 501 204
WAINWRIGHT, Daniel M 23-34 3:55:56.83 543 87
BURTON, Mark M 50-64 3:59:48.98 557 147
DANIEL, Phil M 35-49 4:08:53.16 587 232
UTHER, Katie F 35-49 4:12:29.18 53 21
HAMBLEY, Trevor 50-64 4:12:30.60 608 167
COLLINS, Matthew M 35-49 4:27:08.57 651 249
CONWAY, Richard M 35-49 4:51:19.66 672 257
LILBURNE, Ben M 35-49 4:54:28.88 680 260
HAGEMAN, Christopher M 19-22 DNF
HICKSON, Stuart M 50-64 DNF

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Postby ratzzzzz » 18 Apr 2015, 21:23

Hill Climb RESULTS Div Time Division Rank
Bill BOLTON U23M 09:57.35 13
Simon BERRY MMAS2 10:12.66 5
James ROGERS MMAS3 10:14.18 5
James FOWLER MMAS1 10:28.27 5
Broughton CALEY JM17 10:35.73 9
Maximillian SANTOS JM15 10:47.72 2
Mark LACEY MMAS5 11:04.33 6
Taku ROGERS JM17 11:41.43 22
Eleri MORGAN-THOMAS WMAS6 14:17.36 4
Thomas BOLTON JM19 DNS
Lawrence SANTOS JM15 DQ

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Postby ratzzzzz » 18 Apr 2015, 21:24

Gold Wave Race RESULTS Div Place Time
BOLTON, Bill U23M 38th ST
CHUBB, Alexander ELITEM 47th +2:19
BERNARD, James ELITEM 50th +4:07
FOWLER, James MMAS1 78th +8:14
BOLTON, Thomas JM19 86th ST
CHIDGEY, Michael MMAS1 90th +13:17
HAGEMAN, Christopher U23M DNF

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Postby ratzzzzz » 18 Apr 2015, 21:24

Crit RESULTS Div Place Time
Maximillian SANTOS JM15 7 ST
Lawrence SANTOS JM15 DNS
Broughton CALEY JM17 1 24:51
Taku ROGERS JM17 14 +01:25
Eleri MORGAN-THOMAS W2 6 +00:13
Christopher HAGEMAN ACES 22 +00:10
James BERNARD ACES DNF
Alexander CHUBB ACES DNF
James ROGERS M4 9 ST
Simon BLOOMFIELD M4 DNF
Thomas BOLTON M2 1 41:43
Michael CHIDGEY M2 16 +00:10
Robert WEBBER M2 DNF

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Postby ratzzzzz » 18 Apr 2015, 21:26

Oh thats hideous - heres the 110km without the division and rankings
110KM RESULTS Time
BOLTON, Bill 2:34:16.76
CHUBB, Alexander 2:34:24.73
BERNARD, James 2:36:13.08
FOWLER, James 2:40:20.04
BOLTON, Thomas 2:42:24.76
CHIDGEY, Michael 2:45:23.35
BOLTON, Simon 2:57:50.34
TROUTMAN, Joanne 3:00:29.76
LACEY, Mark 3:00:39.93
MATTES, Andrew 3:04:12.88
BICARD, Raphael 3:18:00.03
WILSON, Scott 3:26:10.15
KARSKENS, Jeff 3:26:31.42
FARRAR, Adam 3:30:51.16
BLOOMFIELD, Simon 3:34:48.16
O'REILLY, Michael 3:35:30.88
CAHILL, Ken 3:36:09:45
MORGAN-THOMAS, Eleri 3:37:18.52
GRIMISON, Peter 3:39:22.12
ANTHES, Cameron 3:44:24.61
WAINWRIGHT, Daniel 3:55:56.83
BURTON, Mark 3:59:48.98
DANIEL, Phil 4:08:53.16
UTHER, Katie 4:12:29.18
HAMBLEY, Trevor 4:12:30.60
COLLINS, Matthew 4:27:08.57
CONWAY, Richard 4:51:19.66
LILBURNE, Ben 4:54:28.88
HAGEMAN, Christopher DNF
HICKSON, Stuart DNF

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Postby ratzzzzz » 18 Apr 2015, 21:28

70KM RESULTS Time
SANTOS, Maximillian 1:55:40.65
ROGERS, James 1:56:31.94
MASON, John 2:00:16.24
DAVISON, Ken 2:12:14.31
ROGERS, Taku 2:28:27.27
SANTOS, Lawrence 2:46:24.17
SANTOS, Bernard 2:59:28.33
ROSSITER, Trish 3:01:29.03
MCALARY, Beth 3:01:55.11
BULL, Amanda 3:52:25.80
REDMOND, Helen DNS

for next year it would look much nicer if everyone had the same number of letters in their name - so can we sort that out.
Link again to excel file

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Postby ratzzzzz » 18 Apr 2015, 21:29

Hill Climb RESULTS Time
Bill BOLTON 09:57.35
Simon BERRY 10:12.66
James ROGERS 10:14.18
James FOWLER 10:28.27
Broughton CALEY 10:35.73
Maximillian SANTOS 10:47.72
Mark LACEY 11:04.33
Taku ROGERS 11:41.43
Eleri MORGAN-THOMAS 14:17.36
Thomas BOLTON DNS
Lawrence SANTOS DQ

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Postby Stuart » 19 Apr 2015, 10:53

Strange that Trouty's result is still in there as she emailed them this week to say she went the wrong way and missed the climb.

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Postby James Rogers » 19 Apr 2015, 13:50

Some of the times for the B2B are wrong or missing. Bro's time wasn't recorded, Taku's is about 25 mins out (not to his benefit). I rode with Max, and his time is roughly right... curious given it was electronic timing... or maybe it wasn't.

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Postby Eleri » 20 Apr 2015, 07:06

Excellent time by Bill Bolton in the hill climb btw - the only sub 10 but Simon Berry and James Rogers not far behind.
Me - comprehensively last.

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Postby ratzzzzz » 20 Apr 2015, 08:10

Time 70KM RESULTS
1:55:40.65 SANTOS, Maximillian
1:56:31.94 ROGERS, James
2:00:16.24 MASON, John
2:12:14.31 DAVISON, Ken
2:28:27.27 ROGERS, Taku
2:46:24.17 SANTOS, Lawrence
2:59:28.33 SANTOS, Bernard
3:01:29.03 ROSSITER, Trish
3:01:55.11 MCALARY, Beth
3:52:25.80 BULL, Amanda
DNS REDMOND, Helen

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Postby ratzzzzz » 20 Apr 2015, 08:12

Time 110KM RESULTS
2:34:16.76 BOLTON, Bill
2:34:24.73 CHUBB, Alexander
2:36:13.08 BERNARD, James
2:40:20.04 FOWLER, James
2:42:24.76 BOLTON, Thomas
2:45:23.35 CHIDGEY, Michael
2:57:50.34 BOLTON, Simon
3:00:29.76 TROUTMAN, Joanne
3:00:39.93 LACEY, Mark
3:04:12.88 MATTES, Andrew
3:18:00.03 BICARD, Raphael
3:26:10.15 WILSON, Scott
3:26:31.42 KARSKENS, Jeff
3:30:51.16 FARRAR, Adam
3:34:48.16 BLOOMFIELD, Simon
3:35:30.88 O'REILLY, Michael
3:36:09:45 CAHILL, Ken
3:37:18.52 MORGAN-THOMAS, Eleri
3:39:22.12 GRIMISON, Peter
3:44:24.61 ANTHES, Cameron
3:55:56.83 WAINWRIGHT, Daniel
3:59:48.98 BURTON, Mark
4:08:53.16 DANIEL, Phil
4:12:29.18 UTHER, Katie
4:12:30.60 HAMBLEY, Trevor
4:27:08.57 COLLINS, Matthew
4:51:19.66 CONWAY, Richard
4:54:28.88 LILBURNE, Ben
DNF HAGEMAN, Christopher
DNF HICKSON, Stuart

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Postby ratzzzzz » 20 Apr 2015, 08:13

Time Hill Climb RESULTS
09:57.35 Bill BOLTON
10:12.66 Simon BERRY
10:14.18 James ROGERS
10:28.27 James FOWLER
10:35.73 Broughton CALEY
10:47.72 Maximillian SANTOS
11:04.33 Mark LACEY
11:41.43 Taku ROGERS
14:17.36 Eleri MORGAN-THOMAS
DNS Thomas BOLTON
DQ Lawrence SANTOS

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Postby Camilla » 23 Apr 2015, 10:26

I thought you didn't like to ride more that 60 km Jo!!! Or hills. Nice work.


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