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Bonanza Loop

Enjoy the quiet country roads East of town on this mid-length ride to Bonanza.  The ride begins at the OC&E trailhead at the intersection of Crosby and Avalon Streets.  Warm your legs up as you cruise the OC&E Trail for the first 7 miles.  Then you enter Poe Valley where you are lucky to see 9-10 cars (or tractors) for the next 30 miles.  There are two short sections of Highway 140 that are busy, so beware of traffic and hug the shoulder.

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