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Old 07-13-13, 04:11 PM   #26
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Originally Posted by Gnosis View Post
Congratulations on your metric ride WonderMonkey! It’s good to hear you’re alive and well. I presume you rode your Cannondale Quick 5 on your metric ride (by the way, a nice looking bike). I’m wondering how much it weighs?
Thanks! And yes I rode the Quick 5. I don't know how much it weighs but I'll take the scale out there and see what it comes to.

I will say that I was one of the very few who did the 100k with a hybrid. 100k with a hybrid isn't a massive feat for people who regularly bike but I did get a few responses when I was riding beside someone and we figured out who was doing what distance.
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