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Old 04-29-09, 12:23 PM   #1
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KR ride

http://www.krbikeclub.com/Benefit_Ri...ual%20Ride.htm

Who is interested?

Ride starts 3 blocks from my house.

We could have a party at my house after. Families welcome (could do shorter ride).

At this time I am planning on 100K. My wife and daughter are planning on doing the 10mi ride (mostly on paved/limestone bike path).
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What's the route?
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Depends on whether or not I end up racing Monsters that day....
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I'm just a short drive up the road from the KR ... and I'll still be at Monsters.

I'm still interested in where the ride goes however.
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I might have the info at home.

The ride leaves the high school (Waterford) and rides to a park (ISTR Eagle Lake). The 25 mile turns around and heads back. There are loops leaving and returning to the park. Longer ride, more loops. Ride ends at the high school.
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That should be a good ride. I'm often down there riding the Racine Co. Bike Trail on my MTB.
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I would, but my guess is that I work that day. Will know shortly.
For those who can't make the Saturday ride, but would like to ride in a somewhat similar area:
The following day is the Chocolate City ride, with a metric option.
http://www.chocolatefest.com/pdf/BikeRide.pdf

Anyone doing that? I have not before, but look to this year.
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So anyone else riding?
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