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Hyatt Loop

This route accents some of the best qualities of riding in the Southern Oregon area: remote, beautiful and fun to ride. It rolls through back roads that see very little traffic. You get to experience high elevation forests and lakes while you ride. It is mostly a varied elevation profile, leading to sustained climbs towards the end of the ride. The hardest part of this ride consists of the bigger climbs that don’t hit you until the end. Don’t be deceived by the elevation profile on the Keno Access road; this is a very mellow yet very long, false flat climb.

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