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Old 09-02-00, 12:59 PM   #1
Three's Company
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There are SO many reasons that I LOVE riding...
I guess the first being, that I an an outdoor type of person. Why stay indoors when you can be OUT there, in the wind?
Feeling the morning sun shine down upon your brow, smelling the crisp morning air filling your lungs as you inhale it deep, filling your very soul...
Tasting the "ice" cold water as in fills your mouth on a hot summer day, savioring it's wettness, cooling your bod on that LONG HARD ride.... Ah, heaven!
Struggling UP that monster hill so you can FLY DOWN the other side, blinking to see the road cause the tears, (of JOY, of course, as the wind is swirling around your sunglasses) are streaming back on your temples....
Stopping to eat the Power Bar or the apple you brought with you as your friends pull up and sit beside you....
The reason the I love riding so much? Guess I'd have to say, Because it THERE!!!

C U "in the wind!"
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