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Old 12-03-10, 07:45 AM   #1
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Tomorrow i have a more than 100KM cycling

This is my first trip more than 100km.It would be a challenge for me.I am excited.About 30 cycling funs join this activity.we will ride around our region.It will become a meaning memory in my life.
Happy to share with you my friends
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pls correct my gramma or any mistake
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60+ miles in a single ride is always a nice accomplishment. Good luck, enjoy the ride and keep us updated on how things went
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Congratulations, and I hope you enjoy the ride. ~100K is my favorite distance for a day ride. Long enough to be a challenge, but not too long.

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good stuff and have fun! make sure you carry a spare tube and maybe a folding tire if needed as well as tire changing stuff (pump, tire levers) better prepared than not, 50km outside of town might be a long way back to any real help. when I ride that far I'm always crazy and prepare myself for any troubles lucky for my friends cause they had a flat with no tools but at least they where smart to carry a tube.
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dont worry about the grammar
quite a few folks here which are posting in their second language and we all can feel for ya...

Have a SUPER GREAT DAY and may the wind be in your back all the times
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This is my first trip more than 100km.It would be a challenge for me.I am excited.About 30 cycling funs join this activity.we will ride around our region.It will become a meaning memory in my life.
Happy to share with you my friends
so you will be using your new folder ? make sure it's been tuned first by your local bike store. good luck and have fun.
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60+ miles in a single ride is always a nice accomplishment. Good luck, enjoy the ride and keep us updated on how things went
hi.i have back and finish my ride.Woold yoy like to share the pics of our experience
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[QUOTE=Speedo;11880025]Congratulations, and I hope you enjoy the ride. ~100K is my favorite distance for a day ride. Long enough to be a challenge, but not too long.

Speedo[/QUOTE/]Yes may be you are good at riding and practise very often.But this is second time to ride and first ride break 100KM.
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good stuff and have fun! make sure you carry a spare tube and maybe a folding tire if needed as well as tire changing stuff (pump, tire levers) better prepared than not, 50km outside of town might be a long way back to any real help. when I ride that far I'm always crazy and prepare myself for any troubles lucky for my friends cause they had a flat with no tools but at least they where smart to carry a tube.
thanks for your advice.But i didn't carry.we have about 25 rider.i think they will help.or i fold the bike and take a bus to back.
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Have a SUPER GREAT DAY and may the wind be in your back all the times
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thanks.but today the wind is very hard.
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