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Enjoy the foothills of the western Sierras including Bass Lake and Pine Flat Lake, riding the quiet country roads of Fresno County. The first 18 miles passes through the city of Clovis on towards North Fresno will be flat terrain. Then the route becomes rolling terrain starting from “Broken Bridge” all the way to the first rest stop. Make sure you stock up on hydration fuel as there will be a series of challenging climbs on North Fork all the way towards Bass Lake. You will be treated with a very scenic loop around the lake. Mile-55 rest stop will serve late breakfast, so take your time there to relax. The ride then goes down through the town of North Fork. Please be mindful of your speed when going downhill through Road-222 which leads to “Power House”. Then it’ll be another major climb towards the town of Auberry for the 3rd rest stop at the elementary school. The route will then head back via Prather along Auberry Road (another popular smooth roadway) all the way back to North Fresno. Late lunch will be served at “Dry Creek Trailhead” park, at mile-105. The next 30 miles will be mostly flat towards Winton Park, a dual out-n-back rest stop. From there, Trimmer Springs Road becomes rolling terrain with a moderate 700ft climb towards the lake, then the road continues further East. Along the way, the rider has a grand view of Pine Flat Lake. The turn-around point will be right after a bridge (at mile 150.7), please don’t forget to check-in your bib# here. Once you are rested fueled, head back on the same road towards Belmont, then all the way to Clovis via Ashlan Avenue.

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A spectacular 200 mile route in Southern California's most scenic and most popular cycling region! Riders will start on the back roads of Solvang, Ballard and Santa Ynez before joining the traditional Spring route on Happy Canyon and over to Foxen Canyon. After the first checkpoint in Sisquoc (mile 41.2), the scenery changes! The first big climb of the day is Tepusquet Road. This is a meandering 9 miles of climbing - with a few steep pitches in the 8-10% range. It has little traffic and the asphalt is excellent. The five mile descent is a blast! Enjoy the ride! At the bottom riders hang a left on Highway 166, where they'll roll along to the second checkpoint and fine refreshments. The route continues down 166, then hangs a right on Thompson Road, heading towards San Luis Obispo via Nipomo and Arroyo Grande. This part of the route will be familiar to veterans. After the third checkpoint ("lunch") in San Luis Obispo, riders will continue straight onto Tank Farm Road, and then work their way south via the quiet and beautiful Prefumo Canyon Road. This is the second big climb of the day - and it's a quad buster! Bring some gears - as you'll need them for the occasional 12-16% grades. Less than a mile down from the summit, there's a 1.5 mile section of unpaved (dirt) road that must be ridden with an abundance of caution (meaning "slowly"). After the pavement resumes, comes a very rewarding descent. Then the route once again meets up with the original Spring route at San Luis Bay Road, winds back down Avila Beach Road, ultimately continuing south through Pismo Beach, Shell Beach and on to the fourth checkpoint at Guadalupe. The route then diverts off Hwy 1 on Black Road which becomes the awesome Lompoc-Casmalia Road. Then comes the third big climb of the day, up Hwy 1 and the challenging Vandenberg Grade. After a nice descent to the edge of Lompoc, riders come to the last checkpoint at River Park Campground. From there they'll make their way back via the beautiful, rolling Santa Rosa Road (usually with a super strong tail wind), and Hwy 246 back to Solvang. 202 miles with 10,100' of climbing. This route is significantly more challenging than the Spring route - with substantially more climbing and many steep pitches. Riders should expect to require a bit more time on the bike between checkpoints. As such, if a rider is concerned about riding 40+ challenging miles between water/food stops, then a camelbak or other hydration system is recommended. Time Limit: 18 Hours

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Now take a look at the Wikipedia history of slavery. Interesting. First sentence says this: “The history of slavery spans nearly every culture, race and religion, and from ancient times to the present day. Slavery was a legally recognized system in which people were legally considered the property or chattel of another”.

A little later it says this: ” Slavery was a common practice among Africans. There were three types: those who were slaves through conquest, those who were slaves due to unpaid debts or those whose parents gave them as slaves to tribal chiefs.”

Now what I couldn’t find anywhere Benjamin, were historical accounts of any of these other slave descendants (pick the culture) who 150 years after their enslavement committed high rates of murder and rape attributable to their great great great great grandparents misfortune….as you claim is the case for the African American community. Or did I miss something?

I don’t know… but if you ask me I think you are saying the African Americans, unlike every other enslaved culture, are incapable of getting over this slavery thing. They aren’t as good as other societies at overcoming diversity. Typical white lib it seems. Have little or no expectations of blacks and cover for them by helping them perpetuate these myths about slavery. Just an enabler. I wonder what African Americans really think of whites like you?

In contrast, we conservatives know African Americans are more than capable of righting themselves, as they proved before the government started to “help” them with the great society. All things considered, they did pretty damn well until then. I give them a lot of credit for that. They can get back to that if they would turn their backs on big government, race hustlers and panderers like you, and take matters into their own hands like they once did.

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It’s called projection. When you’re politics are far right, almost everything seems to be far left of you. But unlike you, I’m not ideologically obsessed. I don’t generally concern myself with labeling authors I read in order to decide what is politically correct to my viewpoint.

There is nothing from reading The New Jim Crow that would make one think that Michelle Alexander was a Marxist or whatever. Scholars like William Julius Wilson have even be labeled as conservatives by others, because I suppose he is to the right of someone who is more of a left-winger (he downplays racism as having a major role as in the past), but in reality he seems more of a moderate.

These are serious scholars dealing with facts. Any conservative who is intellectually honest shouldn’t be afraid of facts. For example, here is a conservative review of Loewen’s book:

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I read other authors on race issues as well. For example, I’ve enjoyed some of Thomas Sowell’s writings. He sometimes writes about race, but he isn’t specifically a scholar in this area. I also read authors like Glenn C. Loury who spent much of his career as an ardent conservative.

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