Dave and Gerry's Trans-Am Charity Cycle

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Day 71 McKenzie Bridge to Eugene 55 miles

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Todays ride was a long leasurely slow downhill ride to Eugene along the McKenzie river.Weather was just nice for cycling with a nice breeze, we passed loads of nazelnut farms and a covered bridge built in 1938 ,these bridges are now protected and as we were looking at one Tony a local fire fighter stopped for a chat.We arrived at Eugene and were welcomed by our lovely warm shower host Elle,who runs a bike shop. Going for a beer and pizza tonight and ready for an early start tomorrow morning.

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5 thoughts on “Day 71 McKenzie Bridge to Eugene 55 miles

  1. You are a long way from our encounter in Farmington, Missouri. The section you are on now is my favorite as I would love to reside in this section of the U.S. Enjoy fellas, you’re nearing the end. Thanks for letting us travel with you through the blog updates!

  2. The scenery is absolutely fantastic. The bridge is very impressive. You look very relaxed for your last few days. Won’t be long now until you see the Pacific ocean. I presume you’ll have a swim when you get there. Keep pedaling.

  3. My daughter and I chatted with you two at Split Rock in the middle of Wyoming, did you bike past the Tetons or by pass them through Yellowstone?

  4. The bridge looks like it should be in “Madison county”

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