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Old 10-16-09, 07:35 PM   #1
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Kingston to Negril 140 miles Tour tomorrow

The annual Kingston to Negril starts tomorrow morning at 4:30am and after riding 140 miles over 11 hours, part of the journey takes in an elevation of about 4500 ft.

The ride raises funds for 2 medical facilities here in Kingston, Jamaica and is run by a friend of mine Paul.

I have not been in touch recently, so Paul isnt even aware that I have started riding. I am thinking of setting this as my goal - 1 year from now I will take part in this event.

It will take a lot of dedication, discipline and hard work

http://jamaicabybike.com/index.html

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Old 10-18-09, 05:02 AM   #2
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The annual Kingston to Negril starts tomorrow morning at 4:30am and after riding 140 miles over 11 hours, part of the journey takes in an elevation of about 4500 ft.

The ride raises funds for 2 medical facilities here in Kingston, Jamaica and is run by a friend of mine Paul.

I have not been in touch recently, so Paul isnt even aware that I have started riding. I am thinking of setting this as my goal - 1 year from now I will take part in this event.

It will take a lot of dedication, discipline and hard work

http://jamaicabybike.com/index.html
Yes it will. But you will be amazed at how quickly you will adapt to it.
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