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Old 09-01-08, 09:50 AM   #51
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Well, it must be love at first ride, since we haven't gotten that first ride report yet.

Hopefully the miles are piling up!
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Those road guys are really stuck on themselves. Very nice ride, enjoy
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Well, it must be love at first ride, since we haven't gotten that first ride report yet.

Hopefully the miles are piling up!
Unfortunately i've been at the hospital with my Grandma all weekend... she's finally going home today. Only ride I was able to put in was the 6 mile lap around the neighborhood to make sure she's dialed in properly. Hopefully next weekend I can take her out for an appropriate 20+ mile ride with some flats and some rolling hills.
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Old 09-01-08, 03:10 PM   #54
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Sorry to hear about your Grandmother, hope all is well.

The bike will wait.
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