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Old 10-08-06, 08:41 AM   #1
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Good pull, Team VetMed

I rode the Spaghetti 100 century yesterday just outside of Tallahassee. Right after the first rest stop at mile 28, I hooked up with Dr. Charles Courtney, Dean of Research at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. He and his friends from Team VetMed pulled me along for the rest of the ride. Great bunch of folks to ride with. They made it the best century I have ridden.
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I rode the Spaghetti 100 century yesterday just outside of Tallahassee. Right after the first rest stop at mile 28, I hooked up with Dr. Charles Courtney, Dean of Research at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. He and his friends from Team VetMed pulled me along for the rest of the ride. Great bunch of folks to ride with. They made it the best century I have ridden.
I've never ridden with them, but some friends of mine do and they say they're all great people.

So, this begs the question, are you going to come down and pull at either the Santa Fe Century or the Horse Farm Hundred in 2 weeks?
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I've never ridden with them, but some friends of mine do and they say they're all great people.

So, this begs the question, are you going to come down and pull at either the Santa Fe Century or the Horse Farm Hundred in 2 weeks?
I'll be doing the Santa Fe Century, but I can't stay for the Horse Farm Hundred. I was pleased to hear that the Santa Fe Century is an easier ride than the Spaghetti 100 was.
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I'll be doing the Santa Fe Century, but I can't stay for the Horse Farm Hundred. I was pleased to hear that the Santa Fe Century is an easier ride than the Spaghetti 100 was.
The Santa Fe route is mostly flat. There's a few hills about 40-50 miles into it, but they're over and done with pretty quickly..
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