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Old 06-13-05, 12:10 PM   #1
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Birthday Ride

I decided I was going to do one of those poignant birthday rides on Sunday where I ride a mile for every year old I am. It felt so good that I kept pushing it and it appears that I am 83 years old. Keep riding even if you're only 53.
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Great idea......... I'm thinking of doing a birthday ride for my 59th tomorrow with a different twist to it however. I'm thinking of riding for as long as the age I feel when I get up in the morning.......If I'm lucky, probably a 30-35 miler. Come to think of it, if I'm unlucky and feel like I do on some days, I'll have to do LOTS more than my age.
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