Earth Day Bike Ride to DC – The Final 2 Days

Here’s a recap of Days 4 and 5 (yes, the final two days) of our bike adventure to Washington, DC via the Great Allegheny Passage and C&O Canal with KEEN Ambassador Alison Gannett. After a comfortable night in Hancock, Maryland, we literally left the beaten path and explored 65 miles of hills and hollers in West Virginia. Our fifth and final day led us on a sixty mile journey through Maryland’s horse country and past many spectacular historical and natural landmarks.

Tearing down the towpath.
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Hybrid.Hydration
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Chilling in the Coronado Cruiser along a placid stretch of the Potomac.
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Meeting friendly locals in West Virginia.
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You get what you give – today’s random act of KEENness recipients rewarded us with the best Fuji apples ever.
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Steppin’ Out with KEEN retailer Sharon in Shepherdstown, WV.
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KEEN retailer Laura at The Outfitters in Harpers Ferry, WV gives us a history lesson.
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Old school – 1880’s style at the historic Seneca Schoolhouse in Montgomery County, MD.
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“Brad has difficulty paying attention and often disrupts the class.”
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Admiring the majesty of The Great Falls along the Potomac just outside of Washington, D.C.
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The terminus of the C&O Canal in Georgetown marks the end of our bike journey.
Days 4 and 5