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Old 11-01-10, 05:39 PM   #1
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Anyone need a riding partner? I am always up for a ride. I've ridden ~2000 miles this year. They were mostly road rides, but there were a few mtn rides. I have both types of bikes.
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It is most difficult to find a riding group that rides the same speeds and time that one has available.

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Howdy and welcome to the forums.

Ditto to 10Wheels comment about finding people to ride with. There is a bike shop a mile or two from the house that has a Saturday morning ride, and have ridden with them quite a bit. But even there, you can find rides going faster than you want to go and whatnot. So I mostly ride by myself. Keep on rolling!
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