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    friday night ride humber watershed



    trails where wet, a few trees down... though good trail building weather...
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    I also went on a short night ride tonight. I stuck to the road and rail trails though, as we got a ton of rain this week in Hamilton. It's still pretty fun descending twisty unlit roads at 40+km/h.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rkj__ View Post
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    I also went on a short night ride tonight. I stuck to the road and rail trails though, as we got a ton of rain this week in Hamilton. It's still pretty fun descending twisty unlit roads at 40+km/h.
    Stuck to the road here also, gotta watch out for those wet leaves in the corners! Was a pretty good north wind... don't think the jens calculator is out yet though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by electrik View Post
    don't think the jens calculator is out yet though.
    Haha, nope, not yet. There's still some fairweather riding left!
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    Quote Originally Posted by singlesprocket View Post

    trails where wet, a few trees down... though good trail building weather...
    Yeah. Lots of the ditch i rode by were almost full of rainwater, hoping this wind dries stuff out a bit for sunday.

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    lots of deer where out. their greens eyes gave them away before they bolted...
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