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Old 02-08-19, 08:45 PM
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Originally Posted by dieselgoat View Post
I got to a charity century ride once and realized I'd forgotten my cycling shoes. Rode the whole thing in my running shoes, with spd-sl pedals-on my single speed. Wasn't too bad. Only had about 3,800 ft of climbing.
I drove almost 4 hours (one way, see “Wandering in Purgatory” in my sig line) before I realized that I had forgotten my shoes. Luckily La Junta, CO used to have a bike shop (mostly BMX) so I could buy a pair of pedals with toe clips. I might have turn around on my own but I was leading the ride.
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