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Old 06-17-13, 06:05 PM   #1
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This weekend in riding (Father's Day weekend)

42 on Sat with Gina and 42 on Sunday with Aimee


Gina had Father's Day business to take care of so I rode another 42 with Jose and Aimee. Aimee hadn't been on the bike for 7 weeks because of a 3 week vacation in another country and being sick. She still had a cough that didn't sound good but she was game for the ride and did very well. She'll say she got dropped once but I think that was due to getting "blocked" on one of the underpasses. Jose and I did push pretty hard and the wind as always holds us back but it's a good workout! On the return we did push pretty good, that was fun!

I incorporated both day s into the video creating more of a "This Weekend In Riding" type video! ;-P

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Thanks for another great video!
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thanks for enjoying the video!
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Great looking ride. I really envy the dedicated trails that you have there.
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Great looking ride. I really envy the dedicated trails that you have there.
Yeah, I really enjoy having a place to ride with no cars. We live in the foothills and years ago could ride with little to no traffic. It's grown so much that traffic stinks. There are now malls in the foothills where we used to ride. I could ride up to the base of the mountains here at 9 pm and encounter maybe 5 cars. Now it's non stop traffic late nights and I see too many lousy drivers drifting into the bike lanes.
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