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on Apr 26, 2012
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Love the idea of your ride - have a great trip!
Bike riders live longer & happier :) Have a great ride Pam!
Yes, but will she stop at any stop signs or stop lights along the way? If so, fine, she's a law-abiding citizen. If not, [Portion removed due to disrespectful comment or offensive language]
Yes Dr killjoy, and if a car driver ever goes over the posted speed limit at anytime that makes them just another [Portion removed due to disrespectful comment or offensive language]. Sheesh.
I hope your resentment keeps you warm at night.
GO PAM! :) :)
I am sure by now you are in New Orleans. I am doing the Lake Ontario ride in July.
From 9 to 20. Any good advice on training? I know you are busy. I am 72 but still think I can do this ride. I am really nervous though about the long distances each day and the humidity since I have spent the last 7 years in the dry climate of Arizona after spending my life in MA. Getting used to the humidity is on of my nervous feelings.
I ride about 4 times a week now but will be back in MA in a couple of weeks and hope to ride at least 6 days a week with one rest day.
Hope you can respond. Thanks, Linda Gelpke. Lgelpke@msn.com