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Old 12-18-09, 09:46 AM   #1
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Jacksonville, Fl Saturday, Day after Christmas ride?

Anybody riding Saturday morning December 26? I'll be up with my children and have a couple of hours Saturday morning that the rest of the family will sleep in.
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As far as I know, my shop http://aboutbicyclesop.tripod.com/index.html will be open and hosting our usual saturday morning ride. And if you are still here for sunday, there is the velobrew penny farms ride http://www.velobrew.com/JaxTraining.asp.

Do note the speeds, the shop ride is a no drop, but often rolls at 18 mph to the stop, maybe more. The penny farms ride is easily 20 mph average, ramping up around 24+.
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As far as I know, my shop http://aboutbicyclesop.tripod.com/index.html will be open and hosting our usual saturday morning ride. And if you are still here for sunday, there is the velobrew penny farms ride http://www.velobrew.com/JaxTraining.asp.

Do note the speeds, the shop ride is a no drop, but often rolls at 18 mph to the stop, maybe more. The penny farms ride is easily 20 mph average, ramping up around 24+.
18-20 is probably at little hot for me. I'm closer to 14-18, I'm stronger than I was but not as strong as I want to be. Orange Park is a good location though, My son and his family live in Whitehouse area. Last time I was up I went with the group from the side of Office Depot on St Johns. The weather may discourage me all together you guys 250 miles north get a little chillier than we do.
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check the nfbc site http://www.nfbc.us/Home/tabid/53/Default.aspx for other shops and rides.
don't forget there is the jax-baldwin trail http://www.dep.state.fl.us/gwt/guide...le_baldwin.htm.
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