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you rode it with your BASKET!that is awesome.
JT-yep, somebody had to carry all of our food! It was a bit heavy, but not too bad. oh, and I am totally badass...
at least you weren;t too busy to take a picture of that sign 'if your to busy four jeebus' ..whatever!:)wle.
Girls, bikes, skirts... oh my. :)You guys rock!How is your basket fastened? Bungee cords?
yay! Looks like fun...and you had a much better day than we did. Looking forward to May. How long did it take you?
Beautiful pictures!!! So much fun!
Trish-took us exactly 5.5 hours of pedal time. with food breaks and rests, it probably took about 7 hours! but a fun 7 hours to be sure. niner-I bungeed the hell out of that thing.
You know 66 miles is not that far from a century...
@ Fishers Commuter...66 miles is OVER a Metric Century ;-)Good deal! I would suggest a cargo strap versus the bungie cords. They are a more solid tie down, and can be cut to length if need be.Aaron
Should coordinate with us Atlanta peeps one weekend. We could meet you all in the middle and have a meet and greet. - atlbikepolo
Right on! Looks like a great ride.
Was this the all girl Easter ride?You gals look like you got a workout in that last pic. As for heavy loads. I've been riding a big heavy Schwinn for a month and am just starting to get the payoff. When I ride my Gary Fisher, it's like I've been riding all Summer. To busy? 2 busy to spell right! ;)
Great photos, great trip, great girls, great countryside, all in all must have been a fantastic day out.
... way cool blog!
Lovely pictures. That must have been a wonderful ride and you all looked great.
something on your mind?