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      CommentAuthormrotown
    • CommentTimeJul 11th 2012
     
    http://www.grandfundo.com/info/

    Anyone driving out from Boston with room in the car?
    Fundo or Hundo?
    I'm leaning towards the latter.e-f-f-e-c-t a smooth operater operating correctly
    • CommentAuthorspokenword
    • CommentTimeJul 11th 2012
     
    84 miles and 4600 feet of climbing? sure. whatever. and, my Saturday's looking pretty free at the moment.
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    Could put you in touch with Lenny's friend Dave... I know he's going (I had said I would, but totally spaced out about it). Dunno what he's doing about getting there (don't think he has a car though, so maybe not so helpful).
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      CommentAuthorratattack
    • CommentTimeJul 15th 2012
     
    had a great time doing the hundo again! hungry again and dreaming of that BBQ tofu they had.
    • CommentAuthorspokenword
    • CommentTimeJul 15th 2012
     
    yeah, that was a good time. Hot as hell, but great route.
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      CommentAuthormrotown
    • CommentTimeJul 15th 2012
     
    The hundo was tough. Tougher still because I did it solo. Everyone I was riding with cut short for the fundo.e-f-f-e-c-t a smooth operater operating correctly
    • CommentAuthorben
    • CommentTimeJul 18th 2012
     
    Wanted to do the ride, didn't want to spend the money. If Otown says the hundo was hard then now I REALLY want to do try it.I have DTF pants. They're crotchless. -surprisefries
    • CommentAuthorspokenword
    • CommentTimeJul 19th 2012
     
    you can think of it, in some ways, as a D2R2 prep ride. Dirt roads aren't as extensive as Deerfield and the climbs aren't quite as gonzo but it's all still hella respectable and nicely scenic.