Old 02-27-19, 03:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Andy_K View Post
At this point I'm 80% certain I'll be doing the Piedras Blancas route. I had big plans for lots of riding to be ready for the 75 mile route, but a couple of business trips are going to have me away from the bike for about three weeks at the beginning of March, so reality is starting to set in.

On the plus side, the 35 mile route makes it more practical for me to ride the Gios.

Anyone up for a ride down to Cayucos on that Saturday?
I was just thinking Cayucos for lunch and back on Saturday would be nice. If really windy like last year then drive to Cayucos and do it the other way, ha ha.

You bringing air for your tires this year?
N = '96 Colnago C40, '04 Wilier Alpe D'Huez, '10 Colnago EPS, '85 Merckx Pro, '89 Merckx Century, '85 Moser, '86 Tommasini Professional, '04 Teschner Aero FX Pro, '05 Alan Carbon Cross, '86 De Rosa Professional, '82 Colnago Super, '95 Gios Compact Pro, '95 Carrera Zeus, '84 Basso Gap, 89 Cinelli Supercorsa
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