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Old 08-15-08, 07:33 PM
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Serious question!

Do you really think Dave Stoller went 60mph on his 50 mile ride into Bloomington or not?
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On the small chainring?
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I'm sure it's possible to go 60mph in Bloomington. We have some nice long downhills here. Of course, it looked like he was on IN-37 at the time, and that's a little less believable
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