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tmac100 , did you complete your epic ride last month? Hopefully nothing sidetracked you.

So, it's been a year and I'm now 61. The shoulder has healed and I have full range of motion, although it is still "tight" and my arm strength has not fully recovered. But, I'm satisfied with being functional again. All the weight I lost last year came back(!), but it's coming down again slowly. I never used the trainer. I'm riding regularly again, but there's no training plan for this year, and I've been riding without any electronics this summer. Frankly, at this point I don't care how slow I am: I'm just riding to enjoy the experience. Paris Mountain remains unconquered, but it's not going anywhere. Perhaps I'll get serious again when the pandemic is a distant memory.
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