About halfway through the first afternoon of a two-day ride with the Umpqua Velo Club, something dawned on new member Shelby Filley. She realized the 68 miles announced for the Loon Lake trek did not represent a round trip. “I didn’t know (in advance) where it was going to start and where it would end, and I wasn’t thinking it was 68 miles one way,” she said. “On the way back, after sleeping in a tent and riding two days in a row, I started having trouble in the Umpqua area as we were coming back to Roseburg.” Exhausted, Filley …
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