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    2 a day and loving it!

    Once again before work Iwent to South Valley. The last small storm that came through added just enough that I was really wishing I had a different gear ratio. I am going to try the 22T, I feel it would have all been rideable with different gearing. I still had a blast, even managed to do a little cross training type of ride. To keep on ime I had to jog with the bike in the snow, turns out to be fun. After that it was off to work where I waited for lunch time. At lunch I just did a nice out and back on the MUP in Castle Rock, nothing fancy but I have really started to enjoy quick lunch rides!




















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    Good stuff. Snow rides lend themselves very well to photo-ops - stop-catchbreath-mayaswellsnapone...

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    I love riding at lunch - I wish I could do it more often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmac View Post
    Good stuff. Snow rides lend themselves very well to photo-ops - stop-catchbreath-mayaswellsnapone...

    LOL That is why I have so many snow bike pics!

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    Lose something? (hint - your razor)
    Or maybe you didn't know the Beerd Belly ride is over??
    Or maybe you're getting an early start for the next Beerd Belly - 1/1/13???



    Nice pix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bad_andy View Post
    Lose something? (hint - your razor)
    Or maybe you didn't know the Beerd Belly ride is over??
    Or maybe you're getting an early start for the next Beerd Belly - 1/1/13???



    Nice pix.
    My beard angers many! hahahaha

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    I tried posting a thread like this and almost got me banned!!................

    Quote Originally Posted by bad_andy View Post
    Lose something? (hint - your razor)
    Or maybe you didn't know the Beerd Belly ride is over??
    Or maybe you're getting an early start for the next Beerd Belly - 1/1/13???



    Nice pix.
    Apparently he still holds his man card! but yes that would be the winner for next years beerd belly ride!


    Quote Originally Posted by Funrover View Post
    My beard angers many! hahahaha
    ha mine too! and its just starting again! see you tonight at t.i.t.s ride/ hike!
    I'm a cowboy on a steel horse i ride!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PBR me! View Post
    Apparently he still holds his man card! but yes that would be the winner for next years beerd belly ride!




    ha mine too! and its just starting again! see you tonight at t.i.t.s ride/ hike!
    I will make a TITS ride soon, I promise!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hungryhead View Post
    I love riding at lunch - I wish I could do it more often.
    I wish I had a longer lunch!! On nice days going back is so hard to do! HAHAHA

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    Lunch rides rock. Looks like good snow and good times.

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