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    moving target c0urt's Avatar
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    just moved to stillwater ok

    just moved here from birmingham alabama, it is a bit of a change but i really like it so far. what is there to do around these parts?
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    After Eskimo Joe's and some chili cheese fries, you'll have nothing to do until OSU football season kicks in!! There are some nice rides out there. Check out the Oklahoma Wheelmen web site.
    The road don't go nowhere, stays right where it is.

    www.friscocycling.com

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    explody pup
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    Redbud in OKC is on the 14th.

    For small town OK, Stillwater isn't that bad. Decent music every now and then. The Red Dirt Rangers come through often. Check them out when you get the chance. Lake Carl Blackwell is kind of nice in the summer. Some of the other smaller lakes are nice, too, since you'll have less boat traffic comming through.

    You're also about an hour out of the only two cities in the state. Both get their fair share of music and other things to do.

    Welcome to Oklahoma.

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    explody pup
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    Oh, and there's the Oklahoma Freewheel tour, if you have a week to kill in June.

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    You Know!? For Kids! jsharr's Avatar
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    The good thing about Oklahoma is that it is close to Texas. Go south my friend, go south.
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    explody pup
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    And the best thing about Oklahoma is that it's not Texas.

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    Welcome to Oklahoma. As you've already seen, pay close attention to the wind when you leave for a ride. You can get out and not get back!

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    There is an active bike club there called the Red Dirt Peddlers.
    http://www.reddirtpedalers.com/default.asp

    They have a nice web site, check it out. I went to the Chili Bike Ride in Feb. It was a lot of fun and some nice people.

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