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Old 04-19-11, 06:27 AM   #1
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I cycle with two local clubs.
Big Wheels Bicycle Club based out of Tonawanda NY has two octogenerians (correct term for folks in their 80s??)who are planning on doing the cnetury again this season.
Bruno is 81
Richard is 83
One missed last years because of bike trouble but got the problem fixed and rode 30 miles out to meet up with the group on the retunr leg and rode back with em.
The other is completing his 5th or 6th century season (in a row)

Anyone have riders in their club like these two?

Whoops..just realized this got into the clydes forum not the over 50 forum
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