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    Humber Watershed Labor Day Ride

    Singlesprocket and I did a 22km ride along the Humber River. Weather was warm
    Overlooking a valley
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    Hey is that an apple tree?
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    The new by-pass in Bolton
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    My serious face
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    Large sections of trails were covered in fallen apples
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    These sections of trail were pretty decent
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    As we kept riding the trail became more overgrown with ragweed etc. beyond these nice sections
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    Cute little 'shroom
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    and another
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    That looks like a nice day out. I had so much going on this weekend, I only had a couple of hours here and there and travelling to trails would have eaten up most of the time. I ended up doing about 6 hours of road riding over the weekend which was also nice. Have not been on the road bike so much since the spring. Looking forward to getting back out on the trails next weekend and doing some rocks at the Agreement Forest.
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    Sometimes it is nice just to ride from your door. Glad you had a good weekend !
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    it is most awesome to ride your bike from your front door.

    i'll be hosting a ride rain or shine October 19th in Bolton (details by pm) followed by live tunes, awesome eats, historic micro brews and cider

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    pumpkin growlers

    nice to have a couple of local fermentors...

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    Welcome!

    awesome beer, pumpkin growlers are out now...

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    both brews will be available after the ride...
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