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    hey y'all...
    Looking for someone to ride Centennial Path and into the woods up behind Shell Park from Burlington to Bronte Harbour and back along the lake to Stoney Creek.
    Like to do this M-F, rain ,shine, Mariah , snow, whatever. If yer afraid of mud, fergit it.
    Any takers???

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    Welcome!

    We do have a forum that's dedicated to Big Rides and Riding Partners. Feel free to head back to the home page and scroll down the screen to find it.

    In the meantime, how about a bit of an introduction from you for real this time? Where do you come from, what kind of bike do you have, what do you do, how old are you, what got you into cycling, etc.? That's the real meat of the introductions forum!

    Again, welcome to our neck of the woods, and good luck with finding that riding partner!

    Koffee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitchman
    hey y'all...
    Looking for someone to ride Centennial Path and into the woods up behind Shell Park from Burlington to Bronte Harbour and back along the lake to Stoney Creek.
    Like to do this M-F, rain ,shine, Mariah , snow, whatever. If yer afraid of mud, fergit it.
    Any takers???
    If you're looking to grab rider attention, you sort of need to be more forthcoming with your general location although I gather from the places you mentioned that you are located somewhere in the southern part Ontario, Canada... close to Toronto?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Koffee Brown
    Welcome!

    We do have a forum that's dedicated to Big Rides and Riding Partners. Feel free to head back to the home page and scroll down the screen to find it.

    In the meantime, how about a bit of an introduction from you for real this time? Where do you come from, what kind of bike do you have, what do you do, how old are you, what got you into cycling, etc.? That's the real meat of the introductions forum!

    Again, welcome to our neck of the woods, and good luck with finding that riding partner!

    Koffee
    oooo. I come from the 3rd planet from the Sun, specifically Burlington, Ontario.
    I have 2 bikes. A Giant Iguana and a Brodie Brute. Which i ride depends on where i ride. What do i do. you ask??? I enjoy myself 24/7 as i am a retired Pitchman. As regards age, well i may be 66 but i didn't grow up. Been cycling since a kid in BC but dropped it for years. Now i'm back big-time . Started for the fitness and then joy and "zen" took over and i'm really lovin' it. Ride rain, shine, wind, snow whatever.
    All the above ok with you, Koffee?

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    Quote Originally Posted by khuon
    If you're looking to grab rider attention, you sort of need to be more forthcoming with your general location although I gather from the places you mentioned that you are located somewhere in the southern part Ontario, Canada... close to Toronto?
    Very good, Khuon. Burlington , Ontariario is where i hang my helmets. Actually very close to DT Burlington and the lake.

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