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Old 09-17-07, 04:48 PM
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Riding Partners in PV or Torrance ?

hello, i am looking for some riding partners in the pv area. i live in torrance but i ride through pv all the time. my usual rides are about 8-15 miles.
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There's a few up here but most of them ride further than that. I ride alone because I'm vertically challenged...translation = too fat to keep up.
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There's a few up here but most of them ride further than that. I ride alone because I'm vertically challenged...translation = too fat to keep up.
That is not true, Steve. Besides, a nice 18-25 loop in PV would be a piece of cake for you.
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Riding in PV

Hello,

I also live in Torrance (moved here a year ago fr Bakersfield) and ride PV or the Beach.

If you want to chat and see if we could be comfortable riding together. e-mail me or all my cell at 661-703-2517

Sincerely,

Paul Fuhr
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Hey Guys,
That's a little short for me (plus, I start my rides at 4am) but please free to introduce yourselves on the South Bay Fun Ride on October 14. If 50 miles is too much for you at the moment, you can always join us part way or meet up with us the our post-ride eats at Pancho's.

And if you're into recreational (non-alcoholic) night riding, you might also want to check out the South Bay Cruisers.
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