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Old 06-03-04, 10:57 AM   #1
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After several months of spinning classes I decided to take my act on the road last May. I rode my sonís mountain bike for about six months and then bought myself a Trek 5200 for Christmas Ė my first new bike!! Six months later I have completed a metric century (Tierra Bella) and an imperial century (Wine Country Tour). Northern California is blessed with beautiful scenery with an no shortage of challenging climbs. Iím currently doing about 90 miles miles per week and 6,000 feet of climbing plus 2 spinning classes and weight training. The objective is to build up my base in preparation for several hilly centuries in late summer.

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After several months of spinning classes I decided to take my act on the road last May. I rode my sonís mountain bike for about six months and then bought myself a Trek 5200 for Christmas Ė my first new bike!! Six months later I have completed a metric century (Tierra Bella) and an imperial century (Wine Country Tour). Northern California is blessed with beautiful scenery with an no shortage of challenging climbs. Iím currently doing about 90 miles miles per week and 6,000 feet of climbing plus 2 spinning classes and weight training. The objective is to build up my base in preparation for several hilly centuries in late summer.

Jim
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