Tuesday 11th June 2019, Winslow.
Another fantastic day. Starting in Flagstaff at 2,200 m the only way was down so a great day’s cycling. 110 km with a new fastest daily average speed of 25 km. It would have been more but the fast speed allowed me to take a 25 km detour to visit the Meteor Crater. This has a diameter of about a kilometre a depth of 200 metres and was created 50,000 years ago. In the 1960’s it was used for lunar astronaut training.
You can follow this journey on Relive by following THIS LINK.