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Old 11-30-12, 10:32 PM   #1
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Tour de Palm Springs - where did that thread go?

I talked the entire family into doing that ride - they'll do the 25 miler at 10 am or so (I just had to tell my kids that there were TWO SAG stops with cookes and they were in). I'll do the century. I believe the leisurely pace guys leave at 7 am for that... so we'll get a hotel within riding distance of the start.

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