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Shahid also stopped to see the messages written and displayed on a board at the Confucius temple. On a typical day, she's up at 8 am and on the road by 9 am. She tries to stop for a break every 25-30 kilometers (every 15.5-18.5 miles) so her schedule has

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Originally appeared in Cycle China: Week 3
on September 22, 2011
Shahid also stopped to see the messages written and displayed on a board at the Confucius temple. On a typical day, she's up at 8 am and on the road by 9 am. She tries to stop for a break every 25-30 kilometers (every 15.5-18.5 miles) so her schedule has
Shahid also stopped to see the messages written and displayed on a board at the Confucius temple. On a typical day, she's up at 8 am and on the road by 9 am. She tries to stop for a break every 25-30 kilometers (every 15.5-18.5 miles) so her schedule has generally looked like this: Start riding by 9 am, ride, soda break, ride, lunch, ride, snack break ("cookies at a convenience store or from my personal stash of Luna bars from the U.S."), ride, check in at the hotel, nap and/or blog, eat dinner, relax, go to sleep, repeat.

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