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    Hey guyz? Guyz? Wait up!! Siu Blue Wind's Avatar
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    Happy Birthday, SaiKaiTai!!

    A little late but I hope your day was wonderful!!
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    It's the thought that counts, Siu, and yours is much appreciated.
    Hey, at least you noticed

    I had a wonderful dinner with Mrs S tonight and I did a nice, aggressive 17.5 miles today to get ready for it.

    Guess I'll be moseying on, now...
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    Hey guyz? Guyz? Wait up!! Siu Blue Wind's Avatar
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    You're supposed to ride your age in miles.....shame on you with your 17 miles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Siu Blue Wind View Post
    You're supposed to ride your age in miles.....shame on you with your 17 miles.
    I know, I know... but as a working stiff -and I did not take the day off- I just couldn't fit it in
    At least the 17 AND A HALF (ahem) were good, aggressive, big ring miles.
    Spinning the big ring at 85-95 RPM is a pretty good workout.
    But... I am duly chastised
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    That was 17.....and a half........uphill right.. Happy late birthday SKT

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaiKaiTai View Post
    I know, I know... but as a working stiff -and I did not take the day off- I just couldn't fit it in
    At least the 17 AND A HALF (ahem) were good, aggressive, big ring miles.
    Spinning the big ring at 85-95 RPM is a pretty good workout.
    But... I am duly chastised
    Then ride your age the first day you can! that is what I did last year (and most years too)

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    But now that you're a new member of the best forum on Bike Forums,did you have a piece of pie with your brithday meal and what flavour? You do know that pie eating is one of the privledges of beening over fifty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by overthehillmedi View Post
    But now that you're a new member of the best forum on Bike Forums,did you have a piece of pie with your brithday meal and what flavour? You do know that pie eating is one of the privledges of beening over fifty.
    SKT is one of the few members I know that takes his pie on a ride. Just in case he can't find a cafe en route.

    One of the problems some of us have is that our Birthdays do not fall on days that are sensible for riding. Just means that we do our Age ride on a day of our choosing.

    SKT- what bike did you use and where are the pics? Haven't seen many of the bridge recently.
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    And from me too - hippo birdy to you!

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    Happy belated birthday, SKT!

    I missed this one....been busy doing some work around the house. Need to get everything done before the biking season gets into full swing.
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