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May (2016) is National Bike Month...Crank it up!!!

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May (2016) is National Bike Month...Crank it up!!!

Old 05-01-16, 07:26 AM
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May (2016) is National Bike Month...Crank it up!!!

Next few days are expected to be damp so off the bike for the time being. Still setting a goal for 400 miles this month, 50+ every weekend.
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With the tour and all, I'm shooting for 325 this month. Will be my biggest month ever. So far:

May 2: 9 mi (long-route commute, one way)
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