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    What did you do with the extra hour of light ?

    I couldn't wait to get home from work today and go for a ride.

    I just did my usual after work ride, Los Gatos creek trail and up St. Joseph hill for a few laps, but it felt so good to come home and know that I had time for a ride.

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    Climbed some unnamed trails and came out some unnamed trails. No need for lights today.

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    I commuted home from San Mateo to Saratoga. Nice roads... crytal springs, Canada, foothill. 2:15 hours! A couple of angry drivers and a few old dudes want to race me.

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    must have missed ya bro....

    I was up some unnamed trails also and ran into Jen.....and we rode together up some more unnamed and down and out more unnamed! she's sure a cutie!!!!
    Love to ride with her....

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    Normal monday night road ride, but with less battery drain on the lights
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    Un-named indeed

    Quote Originally Posted by Tone No Balone
    I was up some unnamed trails also and ran into Jen.....and we rode together up some more unnamed and down and out more unnamed! she's sure a cutie!!!!
    Love to ride with her....
    Tone, I know you're not letting that extra sun go to waste. You check out the Cool race thread yet? That was fricken fun stuff yesterday. No snow this year. I passes alot of riders on the climbs, but no results posted yet so not sure where I finished. I'm coming down Friday of Sea Otter weekend. Lets ride that afternoon? (naaaaaaaahhh !!!)

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    Sunday (yeah ... i worked) bolted home to grab a bike and took a spin out to the lake and climbed a little side road where NOONE drives.

    today, I had to watch the sun go down from a meeting, but rode home in the dark. (got a some dirt in before the meeting though)

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    ditched class and rode north rim at upper bidwell on my singlespeed.
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    Uhhh, well, I fixed my broken chain and degreased from Sunday's ride. Detailed both bikes. Practiced a little bit of running through ditches fast. Cooked dinner... and I'm off to work again.

    Luckily I got the chain fixed so I can ride today

    Clay

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    Arrgh, I'm stuck with evening classes at Chabot, and related studying. However, Thursdays I get out of my gym class at 5:30 and no class Fridays.

    Two more months until spring classes are over! Folks, don't put off college until you're in your mid-thirties like me. Bleh.

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    Fixed a flat...

    at least it was nice out..
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    rode home from work.....and immediately starting building my new bike....it'll be finished tonite
    Visit these 2 places to help advance trail access:
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    Nice evening East Bay ride that went into the night with Plim.

    21.6 miles
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    I tried to convince all my servers that it was PDT and not PST. They were less than enthralled with the idea. The saga continues today.

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    I stared at the cars driving by in bright sunlight while on the stationary bike loser.

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    Ok. I left my car at work so that means I have to bike to work! 38 miles!

    Mile 5 - this sucks!
    Mile 15 - starting to get a pedal stroke and get comfortable
    Mile 20 - This mountain biker is fast. Let me draft him.
    Mile 30 - This is a long arse ride
    Mile 33 - Flat tire! Thank you, I need a break. CO2 actually worked!
    Mile 37 - It's like a victory lap on the Champs. I made it. Oops, car tried to nail me.

    Ok, made it. Saratoga to San Mateo in 2:30, seems like a lot more uphill than yesterday going the other direction.

    Amazing day out there. Now I'm ready for some lunch and a nap.

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    I called up my neighbor at 5:45 and asked if he wanted to get out and ride. At 6 we were heading out on our normal 22 mile loop . We rocked it - 18mph average over 22 miles
    :wq

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Eddy
    I tried to convince all my servers that it was PDT and not PST. They were less than enthralled with the idea. The saga continues today.
    Hehe me too. Our servers seem ok; some server software needed to be restarted to look at the new time. Only issue was an older win2k server box. It didn't take the update at all.

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