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    The trails will be slop from a weeks deluge... and I can't be fudged getting covered in mud!
    Plus! That trail stewardship thing...

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    to err is human... to face plant is frickin hilarious!!

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    Doctor's orders. No bike riding at least until the staples come out.

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    ^ Pft, everyone's got a staple puller.
    i am basically just an organic pattern recognition algorithm

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    Spring snow storm = no riding for me.

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    20-mile commute (40 RT) in blistering-hot Texas weather. I have a window of about 45 minutes to make it between my work-from-home situation and my office situation. tried it once on a rare day when I could afford to take the time to do it and it took me 90 minutes. challenge denied. driving this, riding on weekends.
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    That fact that you thought you could make it 20 miles in 45 minutes is pretty funny. That's 26.6MPH average. MTB or road bike?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bedwards1000 View Post
    That fact that you thought you could make it 20 miles in 45 minutes is pretty funny. That's 26.6MPH average. MTB or road bike?
    I did it on a day when I had the time. I knew it would take me about 90 minutes, and it did, so I gave myself two hours. I put 25mm slicks on my CX bike and a rear rack with a bag containing some snacks and a change of clothes. I had to carry a heavy lock because office management will not let me bring my bike inside. most days, I don't have the luxury of taking that much time, so I drive.

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