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Old 05-18-2016, 12:32 PM   #1
nettijoe96
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Dangers of Biking

Hi ADK!

I'm planning on biking in the adirondacks (Rome, NY to Keene Valley) but my parents fear that it is too dangerous. They have said that cars might hit me because of the winding roads and small shoulders, the weather might be bad (on this multi-day adventure), and that I may not have enough food, water and shelter. Their biggest concern is the general uncertainty of the unknown and cars hitting me.

They are not concerned with my ability because they know that I can bike that far.

If you have ever biked in the adirondacks, would you consider it dangerous?

I don't want to be in harms way nor do I not want follow my parents wishes. However, if it isn't dangerous, then I'm avoiding a fantastic adventure for no reason.

I really appreciate all feedback!

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