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DH61 (Non Feature DH)
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24.8 mi / 39.9 km


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At a Glance
The Battle of the Bulge, El Guettar and Messina. Some of the great victories engineered by that soldierís soldier, General George S. Patton, Jr. But for modern two-wheeled recruits, itís the Battle of Mokelumne Hill thatís really worth fighting. You can just hear the engines of the Sabres rattling as they wind above the North Fork Mokelumne River, then straighten to pass through the development quartered either side of West Point. Well-engineered volleys of curves follow, bombarding the asphalt and forcing you to ess down one side of the South Fork Mokelumne Riverís densely treed gorge and up the other. The eerie quiet when the road straightens through some ranchland is but a lull. The skirmish resumes in the remote, corner-riddled jungle, where you maneuver back and forth over the ridge between the Calaveras and North Mok valleys before finally dropping down the Calaveras to end the mission at Hwy 49. Just how does it feel to be in the heat of DH61? Patton himself said it best, ďGod help me, I do love it so.Ē
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