Hills of hardship

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Port Campbell to Apollo Bay. Near enough to 100kms to not matter. I really enjoyed the riding. Going up Lavers Hill was tough but rewarding. We rode past where Ross works (a helicopter pilot, who is single). I didn't let Andrea stop. I rode with Andrea to the first rest stop. Then we split up, so we could form separate friendships with the hill. I finished riding at about 3:10pm. Left at about 7:45pm. 99.95km, 4h55m for and average of 20.31 km/h.

We later learned that the sag wagons picked up 800 riders. People were waiting for hours to come in. Riders were still rolling in at 7:30pm.

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