Pinkbike Poll: What's the Farthest You've Ever Ridden in 24 Hours?

May 29, 2020
by Mike Kazimer  

If you set aside 24 hours to do nothing but ride your mountain bike, how far could you go? 100 miles? 200 miles? With the longest day of the year fast approaching in the Northern Hemisphere, more and more athletes are embarking on extra-long rides to see just how much vert and how many miles they can rack up in one day.

Last weekend saw a bumper crop of impressively long rides take place, inspired in part by Rebecca Rusch. She challenged riders to try and ride the equivalent elevation of Mount Everest (29,029 ft) in one day, on- or off-road, and hundreds of riders headed out to give it a try.

All-day rides aren't for everyone – plenty of riders are perfectly content with heading out for an hour or two and calling it good – but there's something special about settling in for a big mission. As fun as those quick rips can be, it's on the mega rides where busy brains start to calm down as the focus turns to simply maintaining forward motion.

Epic rides have been a part of mountain biking ever since the sport began, and our roadie cousins have been doing endurance events for even longer. Back in the late 1800s, Madison Square Garden would be packed with spectators who showed up to watch six-day cycle races. Just like the name suggests, the races were six days long, 24 hours a day, and the rider that put in the most laps was the winner. As you can imagine, crashes were common as sleep-deprived riders began to lose focus.

This week's poll is a chance to revisit your longest ride, to bring back the memories of the day that you went further than you ever had before. Not satisfied with your stats? That's easy to fix – load up some food and water, hop on your bike, and see how far you can go.


What's the farthest distance you've ridden in 24 hours on a mountain bike?


What's the most vertical you've climbed in 24 hours on a mountain bike?




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169 Comments

  • 212 2
 Liquor store n back. Usually shuttle it tho
  • 21 0
 You're so lucky to have a liquor store in the woods!
  • 2 0
 lol
  • 1 0
 Typically a sixer.
  • 3 0
 maple whiskey
  • 3 0
 don't even bother bringing the bike most times...
  • 39 0
 That's a popular ride these days. I went to the liquor store and bought a bottle of whiskey, I was worried I might crash on the way home and break it. So I drank it before riding home, it was a good thing too because I crashed 5 times on the way home.
  • 62 3
 Yes but what is the furthest you have ridden in yards? What is the highest you have climbed in bottles of grape Fanta?
  • 33 0
 I don't want a large Farva - I want a godamn liter a cola.
  • 41 0
 The metric system is the tool of the devil! My car gets 40 rods to the hogshead and thats the way I likes it!
  • 1 0
 Feet smell and noses run. You can't quantify that.
  • 1 0
 @rocky-mtn-gman: Super Troopers Smile
  • 3 0
 I want a hike a bike distance app for us freeriders on extremely steep terrain with no lift.
  • 43 0
 There's no entry for: f*ck if I know, I just ride.
  • 1 0
 LoL I'm a big fan of checking elevation before riding a new trail network. It's a good indication of how much suffering I have ahead of me.
  • 35 1
 But I would ride 500 miles And I would ride 500 more Just to be the man who rides a thousand miles To fall down at your door
  • 16 1
 BA DA DA DA ba Da Da da Ba da da da da da da da da
  • 26 1
 45mi, 7550ft. In the Desert. On 5 Hours sleep. After flying cross country the evening before and building my bike in a sketchy motel 6 while drinking a beer and eating a burrito until 12:30am. Over 3k of climbing in the first 10 miles. I ate lots of pizza and some wings after, but fell asleep with a full beer on my night stand. The next day was 37 mi, 6400ft. Day 3 was much more reasonable, but then I flew home redeye and had a busy day at work after a two hour nap in my office which was not ideal. That said, doing the same thing next January.
  • 7 1
 You are all that is man!
  • 15 0
 You know you've had a good vacation when you need to spend the following three days at home resting up.
  • 6 3
 What’s that in units the rest of the world can understand?
  • 28 0
 @garneau565: 3 poutines, 1 Molson and 2 rye whiskeys per mile. Or something like that.
  • 2 0
 User name checks out
  • 30 6
 Why are we using body parts to measure how much we climb while biking? Also I once climbed 30.000 feet in one day
* newborn baby feet that is
  • 17 32
flag dfiler (May 29, 2020 at 13:15) (Below Threshold)
 60 seconds in a minute, 60 minutes in an hour and 24 hours in a day? That's effed.

Wake me up when you metric evangelists switch to metric time Wink
  • 5 2
 @dfiler: Yeah, and drop the dozen months in a year. It should be either ten or one hundred.

Makes me wonder actually, is degrees even metric? Grad would make a better match in this system. Though radians will always make it most convenient for doing math.
  • 3 0
 @vinay: Really it should be 13 months, since there are 13 moons a year. And the runoff 1.25 days should be holidays.
  • 6 0
 If you really want to get fucked up let's talk about the difference between 30.000 and 30,000.
  • 2 0
 @fullfacemike: that is German. We use the point to denominate thousands, and a comma for the decimal place.
  • 10 0
 @dfiler: we can’t control the solar system yet but we can control how we measure stuff and honestly using feet, inches, yards and miles seems stupid to me, especially when talking about very small things/quantities. Not even your American drug dealers use ounces or whatever you guys have... they use grams so you know it’s a stupid system when the lowest of lows use something else
  • 2 0
 @philmtb99: eh, it is fine as long as you stay within one unit and dimension. If you start going to squares and cubes, inches are quite bad. 1m² = 10000cm², 1cm³ = 1mL. 1sq.ft. = 144sq.ft., 1cu.ft = 1728cu.in. nice.
The inch standard system works better with rationals, and that is about it.
And don't get me started with ounces, barrels, gauge, and all that other BS, where the unit depends on what is being measured...
  • 4 1
 @philmtb99: We smoke ounces here in Cali thank you.
  • 20 0
 While we're all jumping into this unit-measuring contest, here's a few new poll questions:
(1) What's the longest you've ridden/climbed without the benefit of a chamois?
(2) What's the longest you've ridden with more than one broken spoke?
(3) What's the longest you've ridden with the casing showing through on one or more tires?
(4) What's the longest distance you've had to self-evacuate after a crash that required a hospital visit?
  • 3 0
 I rode a tire into the casing, fully loaded touring bike, finally blew in the middle of Kansas, made a liner patch from a water bottle and ran it between the tube and tire for forty miles until I could get a new tire.
  • 4 0
 All of my rides are without a chamois. I'm considering getting a few, though. My taint isn't happy with me.
  • 2 0
 Had a 6km ride down the mountain last year with a broken collarbone and ribs last year. 500m vertical downhill as well. Then rode three hours in the passenger seat of my car to get to a hospital near my home.
  • 3 0
 I rode the Kokopelli trail a few years ago self supported and my friend bailed and threw his bike off a cliff about 5 miles in. Somehow managed just three broken spokes and some scratched paint. His wheel survived the the remaining 137 miles of brutal rocky Jeep trails and sand while fully loaded with 30-40 lbs of gear and water.
  • 3 0
 Rode 3 miles with collar bone in 5 pieces back to the truck. Was more stable to keep my hand on the bar than to dangle. Thought it was just a separated ac joint. Whoops!
Luckily, that was the easiest injury I’ve ever had... I didn’t move an inch during spine nor femur fractures.
  • 2 0
 I rode my recumbent bike tire into the casing, I used duct tape to make a liner patch, and I rode it about 120 miles home over the next two days. (last September) it's still got the same tire on it. and I've put around 50 miles on it since then.
  • 2 0
 @snomaster: Ha, yeah, I had the same hope. That dream of "maybe it just popped out" de-materialized rather quickly when I faded as my buddy tried to pop it back in. Though, mine was only split in three parts.
  • 2 0
 Rode 6 miles with a broken kneecap, 2 cracked ribs, and a broken sternum. But I actually bought a good seat, so no shammy since 2011.
  • 20 5
 Imperial system is so dumb.
  • 3 16
flag dfiler (May 29, 2020 at 13:18) (Below Threshold)
 So when are you switching to metric time?
  • 15 1
 @dfiler: Same time you switch to imperial money. Wink
  • 7 1
 Downvote all you want, but metric makes sense because it's based on something in physical reality. That thing is water, fyi
  • 6 0
 @hllclmbr: But what is water really?
  • 9 0
 @acali: And f*cking magnets man, how do they work?
  • 2 0
 @unfknblvbl:

And domestic shit, I have a fridge and and a cooker (stove) and one is cold and the other hot and they both run in electricity, what kind of weird shit is that!
  • 2 0
 @hllclmbr: as if pretending we're water molecules when describing temperature makes any goddamn sense at all.
  • 2 0
 @sspiff: I'm definitely not pretending I'm a water molecule, but 0 for freezing and 100 for boiling, make pretty good sense to me.
  • 4 0
 @unfknblvbl: ha! It’s not too often you find a Insane Clown Posse quote in the comments section
  • 1 0
 @hllclmbr: But does it make sense over a reasonable habitability range for life? Don't get me wrong, I agree the imperial system sucks in general, but it does use a more relevant temperature scale for humans. Since both are arbitrary definitions the only real advantage I see for deg. C is the 1:1 scaling with absolute temperature.
  • 1 0
 @sspiff: Agreed. Metric mass, volume and distance are logical. Celsius is no better than Fahrenheit. And despite being downvoted, metric time is a legitimate topic. Base 10 time would be more valuable than metric mass, volume and distance. So while we're harping on the states for not doing metric, the same issue exists with non-metric time everywhere.
  • 1 0
 @dfiler: I've been saying the same thing for a decayear.
  • 11 0
 honestly, my vertical is probably a lot less than 1000 more like 500. downsides to central Nebraska.
  • 13 0
 And that was probably a 100 mile ride.
  • 8 0
 But u have arguably the best corn in the country
  • 10 0
 @artistformlyknowasdan: arguably being the key word
  • 5 0
 @Supergirl56: @Supergirl56: Ohio here. We hate it here. We have corn here. Our corn best corn. Here is corn our best here. Corn. Halp. Too corn much. Me corn want no go away. Please corn help no more.
  • 2 0
 @brokemywristbyfallingoffmybike: same except we don't eat our corn it all goes to fuel Frown
  • 9 0
 Seems PB has quite a few readers that could be 24hr world champions if they wanted.
  • 1 0
 When I see that I am falling behind the vast majority of Pinkbike with my 72km - 1800m in the rain and mud that was one of the most tiring thing I have done….
I'm pretty sure some people just put the distance travelled on a flat fireroad with a mtb, or included distance travelled down while in the bikepark…Or Pinkbike suddenly became a XC website ?
  • 1 0
 @zede: It is possible to like pinkebikey stuff and occasionally do a mtb marathon or multi day event. Also some of us come from road or xc.
  • 1 0
 @Konyp: I'm not saying the contrary, I have also done 120km in a day (and it felt easy so I d have no issue doing more) but it was road bike so it doesn't belong in these stats. But seing the majority of the answers are high numbers so I'm kind of surprised...
  • 1 0
 @zede: I did 2500m for fun on my Enduro a couple weeks ago, just for fun. The weekend before that 3600m on my XC, for fun. My best is 4500 in a 24 hour race, but slept for several hours. But I mostly just ride my Enduro bike and find 3500m to just be a fun day.
  • 9 3
 Maybe I'm jaded by all the NUE races I've done, but I'm surprise how few people have ridden 100 mi/160 km in a day...
  • 3 0
 Having just googled "NUE race", very cool. That's not the majority of riders, let alone the population.
  • 1 0
 Similar thought, but in this case with 24hr races. Pretty easy to pack on miles and vert on those long days.
  • 2 0
 Plenty of people will have done that on a road bike but it takes some serious fitness to do it on a MTB. I've just come back from a 40-miler I consider to be a huge ride and I take my sweat-soaked helmet off to you for your efforts.
  • 1 0
 @Linkpin: Used to race 24HR solo races, many times did over 280 miles in a race with over 33,000 veritcal.
  • 2 0
 @Linkpin: what do you think would be the eqivalent road miles to trail miles?

In a given topography.
  • 2 0
 @Doradora: Too many variables but if you have a power meter on each bike you could do a relative effort comparison. It still wouldn't factor everything in, but it'd be a start.
  • 2 0
 @Doradora: On our hilly rocky local XC track 20km times translated almost exactly to 40km road times.
  • 3 0
 @50percentsure: That would make sense to me. Somewhere between two and four times as strenuous to cover the ground off road maybe? On proper MTB trails I mean, not gravel.
  • 1 0
 @Doradora: I would say in the summer it's around double. In the winter slop, a lot more.
  • 3 0
 I would say it's because most commenters aren't racers, and see no need to ride 160km in a day.
  • 4 0
 @noapathy: I just searched Nue race and the second result was nude races on pornhub.....lol.
  • 5 0
 @GBeard: Tailored search history is a thing, eh?
  • 6 0
 Made two (okay, 3) trips to the beer store in in 24 hours.
  • 4 2
 Distance on a mountain bike is kinda thin, is it a mountain bike because the bars are flat? Is a mountain bike ride because the surface wasn’t asphalt?

I once ride 178 miles with a fully loaded touring bike, front and rear panniers, no support, no partners, and nothing to eat but a couple ears of corn; no joke, I ran out of money,got the cut off a transport truck.

The difficulty of a ride is so subjective, almost not worth asking .... hike Mt Whitney then compare that to hiking the PCT them compare that to running an ultra.
  • 2 0
 Agreed. 50 miles of tech climbing/descending can be way harder than 100 miles on smooth trails.
  • 5 0
 Glad to understand the time units.
  • 6 1
 No idea in feet and miles. but 145km and 2450m
  • 15 0
 How are you canadian if you dont operate of atleast two different measurement systems? I for one am 6 feet tall and drive 20km to school
  • 1 0
 That's actually 147,45 km or 147450 m or 147km and 450m to make it a mathematically finished result
  • 1 0
 @endurogan: U forgot your weight in stones
  • 2 0
 @endurogan: I think about rides and trails in meters and kilometres, because that is what is on signs, and I have more experience with it. It is also much more easy to convert metres to kilometres than feet to miles.
  • 2 0
 @endurogan: Yeah, but how much that in Timbits and poutine?
  • 5 0
 @geephlow: Sorry im 12 longjohn 2timbits tall and drive 8000 large poutines to school its not too bad though my sleds got 300 moose power
  • 4 0
 Pretty sure this is cyclingtips content that accidentally got posted on pinkbike.
  • 1 0
 I did a total of seven 24 Hours Of Canaan and Snowshoe races hosted by Granny Gear Productions --- that's as close as I ever got -- team effort too not solo. +/- 8 miles per lap, aside from the year it was SUPER muddy, we each did 3 laps.
  • 1 0
 I rode about 165 miles off-road in the 24 of Old Pueblo race, but the impressive thing is that the winning pro men typically do DOUBLE that 320+ miles. I did 10 laps the year I raced solo, winner usually gets 19 or 20 in. Smooth and relatively tame elevation, but still more than 1k per lap, so it adds up quick.
  • 2 0
 on a mountain bike, the mountain closest to me is 500m elevation over 2.5/3km up LOL i don't think i could ever get in some of those epics
  • 1 0
 94 miles and 9000 feet of climbing in Phoenix. It was a slog. Ended up getting lost in the dark near the end and had to bail. Also ripped a cleat out of my shoe and fell into a cactus. It was a good ride!
  • 1 1
 "ORAMM" Off-Road Assault on Mt. Mitchell, trail race in Pisgah, 60 miles with 10,500+ ft elevation. I almost quit bikes after that one. Still hurts just thinking about it. The joke was, when climbing you wish you were descending and then when descending you wish for a climb. At one point a friend and I were on this gravel road called Curtis Creek, starts at around race mile 28 at 1500 ft and ends 10 miles later at over 4500 ft. I admit I was totally unprepared for that, I think it took us almost 2 hours to get up that one, just non stop gravel climb of 5% to 10% slope up the mountain. Saw some racers bombing back down and asked someone "this isn't an out and back is it?" and they said "No, but the town we started from is at the bottom of the hill; if you quit now you can coast all the way back." When you make it to the top of the climb you still have over 20 miles of Pisgah to go. I finished the race but I think my total time was over 8 hours.
  • 1 1
 I did 345 miles and 17.000ft of elevation (gravel miles though). Lost track of the calories since I wasn’t tracking my steps, but as far as KOM’s go, I got a couple before they stopped being free. Hopefully my AXS data syncs well with the shockwiz I have on my fox live valve.

God save the queen, metric and 29 inch wheels. Pinkbike is pay for play so just go ride your bike. Where is WAKI?
  • 2 0
 Did 430 miles/ 700 km offroad in 55 hous in Off Road Finnmark. Definitely the most crazy adventure I have done.
  • 2 0
 That sounds brutal but a great achievement .
  • 1 0
 That's just bonkers!
  • 1 0
 Farthest: 152kms, first ride and alone in 2018, then I make the same route with 4 friends last year, this year due to quarantine is stand-by... Climb: Nearly 1600mts
  • 1 0
 I did 164km on a 20" GT Pro Series BMX in 1984. It was slightly mental I guess. But it was fun at the time. 140km is the most I've done on a MTB
  • 2 0
 What was her name?
  • 1 0
 @Doradora: my thoughts exactly.
  • 1 0
 I’ve really only done about 5000ft of climbing on a single ride. But in 24hrs I’ve done over 8000ft. An afternoon ride Saturday and morning ride Sunday.
  • 1 0
 You might have a few too many answering the bottom option for climbing. I've climbed 1058 m before, but 10058 m; not so much.
  • 1 0
 There's a nice line of central tendency from 9000' to 11000' but a huge jump at 10000'... comment below if you're rounding up!
  • 2 0
 600 metres of climbing is lots for me. Then it's time to head back down and go for lunch/beers.
  • 1 0
 TransRockies 2008. 550km with 17000+m of elevation over 7 days. If I recall, the single biggest elevation day was over 3800m, and the longest day was 132km.
  • 1 0
 The last option of the elevation has a typo in the metrical...I can see a bunch of people not even reading the feet and hitting that button..
  • 1 0
 People getting bent out of shape about imperial and metric need more important things to be annoyed about. It’s 2020, there are plenty of them!
  • 1 0
 Check out Jason E on Strava. His daily training rides are longer than my monthly totals. He is a multiple world 24 Hour Champion.
  • 2 0
 Is there a trail in this photo and how do I ride it now?
  • 4 1
 This is in the Outer Banks, North Carolina. I believe it's pretty close to the Kitty Hawk Dunes.
  • 3 0
 @rocky-mtn-gman: Definitely not North Carolina. Looks like Topeka KS to me.
  • 18 0
 @rocky-mtn-gman: This is Florida. If you look closely, there's a man on meth lighting himself on fire while spooning a gator and flying a MAGA flag.
  • 2 2
 @fullendurbro: And the problem is what...?
  • 11 11
 As I suspected, most of the PB audience doesn't ride much. Haha. We will now see ultra light-weight ebikes with 40mi battery range.
  • 2 0
 some of us don't have the trails to ride much
  • 6 1
 @Supergirl56: Good point! In CA, we're pretty spoiled...good reminder.
  • 13 1
 What? The average looks to be about 45 miles or or 72 km. That's a solid amount for mountain biking. Are you some kind of internet high mileage tough guy?
  • 1 2
 If you ride to much in one single day, it is hard to be explosive and ride my mountainbike the way to. The longer you slug it, the better you're probably off on a gravel bike. That said, yes I probably ride more in a single day on my commuter. That wasn't the question though.
  • 5 5
 @dfiler: Yeah, super tough. Remember this is the longest ride that someone has...ever been on. Not the length of their average ride. By the way, calm down.
  • 3 0
 @dfiler: yeah he is a tough internet genius guy. He can also guess what is the average ride of a user based on his longest ride, because you know, he is a genius.
I guess he also thinks he is faster than Nino, Gwin and everyone else
  • 1 0
 @downcountry: We are spoiled here in California. And my average ride is probably close to most people's biggest ride.

Then again, I typically do a road century every Tuesday. My Thursday ride is usually about 30 miles/3000'. I'll probably camp in Big Bear again this weekend for a 10-15000' weekend (on my 40 pound Enduro).

Some people just don't recognize that we can ride a lot here.
  • 1 0
 Around 110 miles and 13,000 ft. Our one and only 24 hr race and it is no more. My first MTB race.
  • 3 1
 46 kilometers, 5000 m descent. 8 hours in a bike park
  • 1 0
 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo, solo singlespeed. Many moons ago. 220 or so miles. Unsure about elevation.
  • 1 0
 24 hours of Old Pueblo in 08 I think. Did 100 miles myself as part of a duo team. Fucked me up pretty good!
  • 1 0
 i answered expecting to be a lazy mtbeer guy... Just in the average PB audience Smile
  • 1 0
 Did a 100 mile 12.5k day on my XC hardtail a few weeks ago, it was so brutal
  • 2 1
 there's a difference between road miles and mtb miles. this quiz should include road miles for context.
  • 1 0
 i dunno, how long is the whole enchilada? and i mean the half enchilada. i'm bot one of those weirdos that climbs from town.
  • 1 0
 I dont understand why 10 miles is the lowest - that seems quite far or is it just me?
  • 1 0
 If you're looking for a challenge, check out the Merritt Crown endurance race at 120k and 3300m elevation.
  • 1 0
 Rainbow - Mystic - Last call - Happy hour - LOTS - Rainbow 9 epic hours on my own.
  • 1 0
 Damn that's a serious loop, how much elevation was that?
  • 1 0
 @SoddenDeath: just checked and accumulated is around 2000m. 1700 of them in 17km. My proudest ride yet, for sure. Did something wrong and trailforks didn't record it :/
  • 1 0
 @ismasan: bummer about the recording, stuff like that does my head in. Serious ride and amazing scenery to boot????
  • 2 0
 Lift chair access, 16k feet Wink
  • 1 0
 East Van to Aspen Grove was the longest day in the saddle I've done. That was around 300km. Never again.
  • 1 0
 How about you @mikekazimer - what was your biggest ride in terms of distance? What was your hardest ride?
  • 1 0
 I’ve done a couple solo 24 hour races. One of them was on a singlespeed. It’s doing the same lap over and over that I find the most difficult - I’d much rather do one giant loop instead of going in circles for hours. I think my longest mileage was around 130 miles.

One of my hardest rides took place during the Trans Provence - there was this huge hike-a-bike section that felt like it would never end. Definitely one of the toughest days I’ve had in a bike, but the insanely beautiful scenery helped make it easier.
  • 1 0
 @mikekazimer: yep, scenery definitely makes a difference. i've *thought* about entering a 24h race but didn't think I could mentally handle the repeated loops... didn't think about it for too long before giving up on the idea. congrats on your fortitude!
  • 3 1
 E BIKES DON'T COUNT
  • 1 1
 I answered in Road Bike Miles - did not bother with that pesky reading thing.....
  • 1 0
 The is an E-bike question.
  • 1 0
 Probably about 240 furlongs with 9000 links of climbing
  • 1 0
 TIL: I'm ahead of the curve
  • 1 0
 hrrrrrrnggggg
  • 3 3
 lol at all the brainlets tripping up over the units.
  • 1 0
 And how much kiloJoules?
  • 1 0
 6700 or so...
  • 1 1
 Totally dependent on the terrain. No point in even answering.
  • 1 1
 Damn - where's WAKI!?
  • 11 13
 Miles and feet?
  • 5 2
 wished they had done the conversions (give both) in the questions...
  • 11 2
 yeah, man. why would anyone want to break down lengths of measurements into something divisible by 10 when it could be a complicated mixture of 1/12ths, 1/3rds, and 1/5,280ths? you know how gratifying it is to look at something and say its a furlong?
  • 11 3
 I refuse to do my own conversion from obscure weirdo units to the international standard. Get with the program pinkbike, or you will never learn of my glorious feats of endurance!
  • 3 6
 @spinko: They are catering to the biggest users of their site!!!
  • 3 10
flag notreallyhere (May 29, 2020 at 12:25) (Below Threshold)
 Yep, the units used by people that have gone to the moon. So appropriate as we are talking about going really far and really high.
  • 9 2
 @Three6ty: You don't want Americans thinking too much....hehe
  • 5 1
 @downcountry: HAHA - Don't inconvenience me, I'm a spoiled entitled american!!!
  • 3 0
 yay! It was updated!
  • 1 3
 Freedom units...
  • 8 1
 @notreallyhere: NASA used a mix of units for the Apollo missions. The flight computers were programmed in metric but displayed English units because the astronauts were used to it from their air force days. Thankfully they’ve seen the light and are almost entirely metric now. A small step for NASA, but a giant leap to be made for America.
  • 2 0
 I climbed 4 furlongs today.
  • 1 0
 @BigAlfonz: I find that difficult to fathom.
  • 1 0
 @L0rdTom: We are still living in the 1920's. Metric system hadn't really caught on yet.

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