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Old 08-05-10, 03:59 PM   #1
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Yay for me

I found a randonneur club here in New Orleans

Now I can do somewhat flat brevets.
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Originally Posted by jr59 View Post
I found a randonneur club here in New Orleans

Now I can do somewhat flat brevets.
WooHoo! So have you joined RUSA already? You should, so you can qualify for RUSA/ACP medals to commemorate your accomplishments, and get discount gear at the RUSA store. Plus, you can start racking up kilometers toward some of the longer awards like the R-12 and the Mondial.

I'm the rando Sasquatch who brought you RUSA store online keeping stock of 3X wool short and long sleeve mens jerseys. Jennifer (with RUSA souviniers) was very helpful in getting my triple-x gear as a custom order last year, and now I see it as a standard order option.
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