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Old 08-11-14, 08:02 PM   #1
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Columbus, OH area

I will be in the Columbus area for work the week of the 24th August and will be able to take my bike. Does anyone know of a group or a few individuals that would be willing to ride in the late afternoons 40-50 milers @ a nice 20mph average pace? Not ever having been to the area I have no idea what roads are good or bad as in high traffic. Any help is appreciated.

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I was just in Columbus visiting my brother. Stop in a local bikes shop and get a map. The Trek store in Westerville has them. I rode the bike trails and had great time. Not the most challenging ride, but certainly nice.
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