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Keno Worden Loop

This flat route is great for a routine ride. This ride loops through farm roads that offer panoramic views of the Klamath Basin, featuring Mount Shasta on a clear day. Starting and ending in Keno is a great way to mitigate some of the headwinds as you will start into the wind and end with a tail wind. Without any climbs to speak of, this ride is considered easy on a calm day. Strong headwinds can make this ride more difficult as can the distance for some.

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