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Taking the single speed out.

Old 10-13-21, 06:16 PM
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Taking the single speed out.

Today was a nice cool 77 degrees and I had the single speed bike at work, so it was off for a fun 25 miles after work. I wanted to check out how the local rail trail build was coming, and then visit the bike shop. Not a lot has been done since my last visit a month ago, but then again we have had quite a bit of rain. Just a fun day to be out on the bike.
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