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Machka 06-13-13 07:08 AM

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Originally Posted by unterhausen (Post 15737626)
It does seem that the people that don't like organized long distance are antagonistic towards organized rides in general. I occasionally have ambitions of getting more randos to participate here, and I don't think antagonism belongs at all.

I like it all ... organised and unorganised ... rando, ld racing, and the casual weekend centuries.

That's what this forum is for ... all sorts of long distance cycling. :)

rawly old 12-19-15 05:52 PM

:DCall it whatever ya like, when your past 65, it's touring.

chasm54 12-20-15 02:11 AM

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Originally Posted by rawly old (Post 18401618)
:DCall it whatever ya like, when your past 65, it's touring.

And when a thread hasn't been responded to in well over two years, it's dead.

Machka 12-20-15 03:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rawly old (Post 18401618)
:DCall it whatever ya like, when your past 65, it's touring.

Tell that to Ken Bonner.

Old Crab 02-04-16 02:04 PM

The civilians out there, mainly the folks who don't ride or do any form of exercise consider a 25 mile ride long distance. My rule of thumb is 50 miles to beyond is long distance cycling.


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