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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Zonny, Mar 10, 2012.
Not bad for an old broad.
Good deal. It's been wet outside and haven't been on mine.
Good job! Keep up the good work.
It's beautiful here. 60º when I left the house.
Not bad? Heck that sounds good to me.
I need to do a few more German Shepherd miles.
Old age caught up with me and 10-15 is my limit.
How come I get yelled at when I point out that very same chronological statistic?
It's always more painful when someone else points it out.
10 miles is much better than zero - just keep the blood moving!
Not a die-hard rider but I just bought an odometer so I will be able to track my mileage this summer - maybe a little incentive to ride more often.
I took my bike out after years of not having it out. I rode 1 mile at the most and i was completely out of breath. It felt so hard to pedal. Then I took it home and realized, I had a flat tire!
Same here. I was going to hit the off road trails today (MTB), but it's been pouring all day. This thread has me thinking about still going lol...
Good ride OP!
I can't wait to get back into it, love it, great stress relief for me plus the Va Creeper Trail is nationally know for it's beauty, I'm lucky its just down the road from me.
Good for you!!!
I just started too, my dog has a 12.5 mile endurance test to do, and he is required to run beside my bike.
We are starting out slow, getting ready to go do a 4 mile in a few.
What were you wearing on your ride???
Yeah, I rode today too. 40 miles. I was on the snow go. Were you on the Harley?
10 isn't bad for your first ride of the season, but really 10 miles isn't worth getting dressed for. I try for at least 30 a day, some days 60.
Yes, I'm 60 years old and I rode 7,054.7 miles last year.
Good for you, now keep it up, put some playing cards in the spokes and remember what it was like as a kid!
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Good for you!
This is what I need to start doing with my wife!
, Thats awesome, not many people in their 20's do 10 miles, well done