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  • The "Chilly" in the name alludes to February; "Hilly" refers to the route's 2,700 feet of climbing.

    The Seattle Times

  • Highlights are the sweeping drag of the Military Road, which climbs to the route's highest point at Blackgang and then downhill, with open grassland views over to the Needles, the chalk cliff teeth that fringe the island's westerly point.

    Freewheeling Around Europe

  • (Soundbite of movie, "127 Hours") Mr. FRANCO: (as Aron Ralston) And the guidebook says that the route's through here, but I know a better way.

    James Franco Doesn't Limit Himself To Just Acting

  • (Soundbite of movie, "127 Hours") Mr. FRANCO: (as Aron Ralston) And the guidebook says that the route's through here, but I know a better way.

    James Franco Doesn't Limit Himself To Just Acting

  • (Soundbite of movie, "127 Hours") Mr. FRANCO: (as Aron Ralston) And the guidebook says that the route's through here, but I know a better way.

    James Franco Doesn't Limit Himself To Just Acting

  • It said the rail route's first leg, in the Central Valley between Merced and Bakersfield, would be especially noneconomic.

    Solyndra on Rails

  • And when Mother Nature has dared to let it rain, leftover diesel fuel has turned the surface of the route's roads into something similar to black ice.

    Harlem Bike Race Is About More Than Pile-Ups

  • In a 21st century twist, the campaign also includes a "chalkbot" robot that will write inspirational messages from fans on the Tour roadways and other places around the world, a spin on the cycling tradition of fans writing the names of their favorite riders on the route's tarmac.

    Armstrong aims to return as leader of Tour de France pack

  • And when Mother Nature has dared to let it rain, leftover diesel fuel has turned the surface of the route's roads into something similar to black ice.

    Harlem Bike Race Is About More Than Pile-Ups

  • (Soundbite of movie, "127 Hours") Mr. FRANCO: (as Aron Ralston) And the guidebook says that the route's through here, but I know a better way.

    James Franco Doesn't Limit Himself To Just Acting

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