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Old 03-11-12, 04:33 PM   #1
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Hills Suck!

But today, they sucked a little less! I had great ride!
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Old 03-11-12, 04:39 PM   #2
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he he he love those outcomes.
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Hill suck, except if I'm going downhill... Why can't my rids be downhill both ways?
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It was supposed to be a recovery ride because I rode hard yesterday. It was my 2nd ride in the 50s. Without those winter layers, I feel like I can fly!!
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makes a big difference when you do not have the layers on. Even if there are no hills. The rides I have been on lately with groups amaze me. All of them wearing all these layers and me.... keeping it simple. I think that is the key with the wind (I would say this only when it is warm out). I like watching the guys with wind breakers with the wind. The wind blows their jackets up like a marshmallow and it drags them. Sorta funny really.
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