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Old 04-28-10, 08:49 PM   #1
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Had a great group ride tonight.

Had a great ride tonight, so I thought I would post it. We did 20 miles and averaged 13 miles per hour. There was some climbing on the ride so it brought the average down a bit. There was 5 riders, 3 solo riders and 1 tandem. The ride included going to the lake and riding kinda following the edge of it.
On my drive out to where the ride meeting spot was, the local nesting bald eagle were out flying around. There was 3 of them, flying over the route that we did last week. It would have been amazing to be able to experience that while riding. That was the only disappointing part of the ride.
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congrats and the average over 20 miles isnt bad.
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