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Old 10-20-09, 01:10 PM   #1
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Todays Ride

I don't often post my rides on forums as not many really want to hear my rambleings but this was one of those special days. For October 20th a day that hits 16c you can't sit around and watch it go by, well I guess that's what I did. On to the ride. As some may know I got a new wheelset a while back and since it's been rainy or kids soccer or work and I've hardly had a chance to try them out. Well today I went out to put myself and the wheels thru the wringer. Did a bunch of everything some hills, some rollers, some flats, some decents and a pretty strong headwind on th eway back. I can't wait till next summer when we get one of those nice calm summer days and just hammer these wheels anyway ways a great ride, I'm pooped but it was a great ride.
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