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Old 11-24-22, 06:04 AM
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Happy Thanksgiving

A warm & happy Thanksgiving wish goes out to everyone. Is anyone riding their bike to Thanksgiving dinner or lunch today?
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Happy Thanksgiving to you as well. We're not celebrating Thanksgiving this year but I did take my "new" bike out for a short ride. It's one I just got for Winter riding. Nothing special - a used Specialized commuter with front and rear fenders and Dynamo hub though I can't get the lights to work (?)
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saw a cpl guys riding in brisk traffic yesterday. looked tricky
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