Solo Route Map, Combining Routes
For those of you who are looking for longer Solo rides, one option others have done is to combine routes. An easy way to identify which routes work well for this is the "Map of Current Solo Routes" on the Ride Calendar page. Here's the link for reference: https://biketcbc.org/solo-ride-maps/ . Even if you're not looking for longer options, this map is a thing of beauty and gives a great visual representation of all the routes available at any given time. Be sure to check it out. Kudos for this goes to the very talented Jim Pederson!
Johnny Pugh combined TGIF and Wheeling Wheelock for a 55 mile ride, which is just one of many possibilities. Since Solo rides allow you to start anywhere on the route, you can start in the middle/where they intersect which gives you the benefit of being able to stop at your car midway through the ride to get more water, food, etc. or to bail for whatever reason.
Happy riding 🙂