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Old 01-21-11, 01:23 PM   #1
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New to south east, when can I expect warmer weather (NOLA)

Hey all, I just caught the edge of what was some super nice riding weather when I moved down here, when can I expect the New Orleans area to make the transition to steady warmth. Initially it was beautiful here, maybe four months or so ago, I bought my first road bike and life was good.

I took the time during the concession to build up my bike and now I want to ride. I have heard the levee is a good place to ride so went to check it out but the wind and cold made it almost unbearable and I may have gotten an hour out of it.

So when will it get warm? Where are the best spots to ride?
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As far as rides, go to mapmyride.com and search your area for posted rides. There should be several listed for your area.
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