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Old 03-19-06, 03:35 PM   #1
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Rockin' in the 'Nati.

starting tomorrow night (monday) im gonna be in cincinnati until probably thursday. anyone gonna be around? i'm bringing my bike(s) and i would love to just cruise around the city but i dont know anyone that rides fixed/single speed/road in the city. i know a lot of kids that ride bmx, that's about it. anyone down for a ride that's NOT out by lunken airport?
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Old 03-19-06, 07:10 PM   #2
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What's wrong with Lunken? Pothole-riddled MUP not your thang?
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i love those potholes, dont get me wrong, but something else more urban would be more interesting.
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Riding in Cincy has generally been pretty boring for me. Downtown's deserted after 5 pm, most of the inner-city areas are mad rundown and not all that populated themselves, etc.
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Plus the football sucks.

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Riding in Cincy has generally been pretty boring for me. Downtown's deserted after 5 pm, most of the inner-city areas are mad rundown and not all that populated themselves, etc.
right, but maybe more like...clifton? UC campus-ish...maybe? i dunno. anywhere really interesting? i know that downtown is usually dead sundays and after 5 or 6. those were my favorite times to shred on my bmx. any where else of superior intrest?
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