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Surlygirl
04-11-2006, 03:48 PM
Just got the registration form in the mail today. Last year they were full by the end of May. Anyone thinking of doing this one in September?

Crankin
04-11-2006, 05:21 PM
When is it, Jodi? I am leading a ride on the 17th, so it is probably that day! My husband and i are definitely making a century a goal this year.

Robyn

wavedancer
04-11-2006, 06:04 PM
I am definitely interested in doing this century...My first...unless I manage to do one earlier in the season :)

How do you register?

Any thoughts on the Seacoast Century later in September?

Linda

DeniseGoldberg
04-12-2006, 03:32 AM
Flattest Century in the East is on September 10th, and the registration form can be found at http://www.nbwclub.org/events/2006-TFCE.pdf.

I haven't done this ride, but I understand that it is a good one.

I have done Granite State Wheelmen's Seacoast Century in the past (info at http://www.granitestatewheelmen.org/SCC/SCC-HomePage.htm) - and I like the way they run this ride. Instead of a mass start for each distance, you can start at any time between 7 and 1, as long as you are finished by 5. That's an interesting approach to a start - and it does a good thing by spreading the riders out. This is a beautiful ride too, following the coast of New Hampshire and Maine. Another interesting thing about this one is that it's scheduled for 2 days - September 23rd & 24th. You can ride one day or both days, same route.

I stopped doing organizied rides a long time ago, but I would still consider this one because of the (very staggered) start. (To be honest though, I'm more likely to follow this route at other times when there aren't so many people wandering on bikes. I ride in this area fairly often...)

--- Denise

Surlygirl
04-12-2006, 03:48 AM
I am definitely interested in doing this century...My first...unless I manage to do one earlier in the season :)

How do you register?

Any thoughts on the Seacoast Century later in September?

Linda
Hi Linda, how are you?
It will be my first century also unless I do one before that. You can register online. I was signed up last year but was sick that week and didn't get to go.
The Seacoast century sounds great too.
Hubby and I are doing a 3 day around the quabbin next week and staying at B&Bs. Wish me luck, I hear it is very hilly.

Barb
04-12-2006, 06:43 AM
It sounds like one I would like to do. It's kinda a long drive for me...I want a really flat first century for my first!

Crankin
04-13-2006, 03:30 AM
We will be signing up for this one. Let us know how your 3 day trip goes, Jodi.

Are we ready for our spring ride, ladies?

Robyn

massbikebabe
04-13-2006, 08:46 AM
I may register...

I have yet to get on my bike but I am still very hopeful!!:rolleyes:





karen
this great weather just may tease me out to try

Surlygirl
04-13-2006, 06:04 PM
I may register...

I have yet to get on my bike but I am still very hopeful!!:rolleyes:





karen
this great weather just may tease me out to try

Woman, where have you been? Starbucks, coffeeee, bike porn. Whadayathink?

SpinSis
04-14-2006, 07:37 AM
Hi Ladies--I've been off the radar but have been catching up on New Posts when I can--like now while I wait for a patient. Kitchen remodeling at BF's and prepping for a conference talk in May are keeping me in. I have been on the bike recently but commuting from Bedford to MGH mainly...and I've got a bit more winter flab this time around!

Anyway, I like the sound of TFCE on Sept 10th. Good long term goal. I'll try to rope in BF. My more immediate goal is the Major Taylor hill race in Worcester in July. I'm officially registered. Eek. Anyone want to join me!?

I'd be up for a ride sometime too. I need group experience this year!

Hope everyone's well. Have fun ridin' 'round Quabbin Jody!

-Stacy

massbikebabe
04-14-2006, 07:39 AM
OOOOHHHHHH yes!!!

It's time!!! Do you have anything free next week with the cherubs on vacation?





karen

Crankin
04-14-2006, 04:28 PM
Wed. (AM) or Thursday is good for me. But I don't think anyone else can join us during the week. Have you been on your bike yet, Karen?

DirtDiva
04-15-2006, 01:52 AM
Nice to see you mbb!!! How are things going?

Surlygirl
04-15-2006, 05:57 AM
Hi Ladies-- My more immediate goal is the Major Taylor hill race in Worcester in July. I'm officially registered. Eek. Anyone want to join me!?

I'd be up for a ride sometime too. I need group experience this year!

Hope everyone's well. Have fun ridin' 'round Quabbin Jody!

-Stacy

I'll join you. I'll be the one on the hill yelling go Stacy go! :D :D :D You crazy woman. I'll bring Karen along too. Maybe we can have a whole TE contingent on the hill cheering you up. Wear your TE shirt.

massbikebabe
04-15-2006, 07:21 AM
Hi Everyone....

So far things are moving slower than I anticipated so I have not been on my bike. I have been having a little problem with seizures so I need to wait till I feel safe enough to ride. Which I am hoping will be next week sometime. I have my Terry all built up for me and ready to go...I am hoping to be back on the carbon Trek soon. In the meantime I have been enjoying watching cycling on TV. I watched all of the ACL 5 episodes and than watched in horror as my boy George go down, (never ever seen a steering tube break)!

Ain't this weather great!!! Robyn I hope you have a great vacation week. My daughter has this week off than she goes back for one week and she is done!
She is soooo excited. My son on the other hand is needing a good kick in the butt to get thru spring. He hasn't been the same since opening day at Fenway...die hard Red Sox people that we are!!

Happy Easter/Passover to all...:D

karen

wavedancer
04-15-2006, 04:46 PM
Hi Linda, how are you?
It will be my first century also unless I do one before that. You can register online. I was signed up last year but was sick that week and didn't get to go.
The Seacoast century sounds great too.
Hubby and I are doing a 3 day around the quabbin next week and staying at B&Bs. Wish me luck, I hear it is very hilly.

I sent in my application today...now I need to get some serious miles on the bike! Have fun on your B&B ride. I would love to do something like that sometime.

Go SpinSis...climb, climb climb :D

Karen, hang in there, woman. Whenever you are ready, we will be riding there with you :)

Linda

SpinSis
04-19-2006, 01:54 PM
I'm gearing up to send in my application for TFCE, too, Wavedancer. BF will join me, so it will be a good kick in the butt for both of us to get some miles in! As time gets closer we'll have to plan a rendevous! Anyone else?

MBB, sorry to hear about the seizures. Have you had anymore visits to MGH lately? Definitely feel free to call and leave me a message if you're heading in for an appointment.

Is the Quabbin touring lady back yet??

I'm kicking a cold right now, so haven't been able to ride in a few days. Hopefully I can later this week. Hope all are well.

-s

Surlygirl
04-19-2006, 04:47 PM
I'm gearing up to send in my application for TFCE, too,
Is the Quabbin touring lady back yet??

-s

Nope, haven't left yet. Had to take my son to an Orthopedic guy today. Turns out he broke his kneecap playing Lacrosse. They thought he had just sprained his ACL but an xray today told a different story. He's pretty bummed.
Anyway, with that going on this morning and honkin winds this afternoon, we postponed till tomorrow morning. Looks like we won't make it around the Quabbin this time since we are now time crunched, but we will have three days of riding.
I think Finn and I are also doing the Flattest in Sept too.

Crankin
04-20-2006, 04:16 AM
Have fun on your trip, Jody. I would be interested to hear about how the trailer thing went. My husband's ears perked up when I told him what you were doing.
I sympathize with your son. How long will he be out of action? I fractured my knee many years ago (before I did anything athletic) and it hurt like hell. Right now I am dealing with something in my left knee... it didn't happen cycling, but when I was walking up my hill. I think it's just overuse, strain, but it's worrying me. I've been stretching, icing, lifting light weights to strengthen, and yesterday i bought one of those neoprene braces. Hopefully, it will go away!

natheless
04-20-2006, 04:26 AM
I'm planning on doing TFCE as well this year - I almost did it last year, but ended up at a wedding 200 miles away the evening before, which kinda got in the way! ;)

I've biked around where they have it, and it's really lovely territory - hopefully nothing will get in the way this year!

Surlygirl
04-22-2006, 12:29 PM
Well girls, we had a great trip. We even beat the rain home today. The first day was the longest. We did 50 miles with 3700 feet of climbing. Not a lot of miles but a lot of climbing (for me anyway). It was so wonderful to ride and smell the daffodils and magnolias which are all blooming now and it was actually warm in the low 70's. We stayed in the Park Place B&B in Belchertown. Very nice sort of Victorian. Very New England. Friday we left Belchertown and headed to the Quabbin. It is gorgeous. We rode up Quabbin Mountain to the Observation tower. Not to bad of a climb, but the stairs in the tower let me know I was abusing my knees. From there we rode on and took a detour on a dirt road. Since 911 they don't let you in a lot of the Quabbin which is kind of to bad. Since the trail didn't say we couldn't walk, we walked the bikes through to paved road, which saved many miles of going around. I kept telling DH the Marshalls would be waiting with guns for us at the end and we'd spend the next few days in jail but all was well.
Then we stopped at the Hardwick winery and vinyard and had our own private wine tasting. I highly recommend the Massachusetts cranberry wine. :D From here the girl told us we could take a shortcut. The bridge was out but we could probably cross on bikes. This meant deviating from our GPS route. Big mistake! Most of the road was dirt with some pavement, and uphill, and my little skinny tires did not like that. :( I did some hiking for a lot of that. And we couldn't stop for long or the darn black flies just swarmed around us. Lesson learned, stick to the route we planned. We finally found a general store and had lunch around 2:00. We decided we were pretty beat after that and decided to head for Barre. Poor Finn was lugging the trailer which weighed 45 pounds with everything in it. He is my hero. The BOB trailer works great by the way. I can say that since I wasn't pulling the thing. ;)
We finally made it to Barre and stayed at the Jenkins B&B. Also very nice and the gentlemen who run it also have a restaurant in the house which was fantastic. They even cooked us a full breakfast this morning. It was chilly, only in the 40's and no sun. We took some main roads home today. A bunch on 122 and then 56 and more back roads. More traffic than we like but better pavement. We were also trying to beat the rain. My good son even had the hot tub all fired up for us so when we got here it was all ready. Boy was that nice!! So not a long adventure but it was nice to spend some time with my honey. 110 miles and 8400 feet of climbing. I'll try to post some pictures later.

Crankin
04-22-2006, 02:19 PM
It sounds like a great time! Of course, I would not want to be the one pulling a 45 pound trailer. Or, trying to ride my road bike on a dirt road.

When are we riding ladies?

Robyn

DebW
04-22-2006, 05:21 PM
I could be interested in a group ride sometime, though I'm not really in the habit of riding with a group. Unfortunately, I don't have a free weekend until May 27 or June 24. I'm going backpacking for 2+ weeks in May in Georgia and Tenn. Woohoo!

ChainsOflove
04-25-2006, 06:50 AM
Hi everyone

I have done the short ride on both the TFCE and the Granite state. The TFCE is fabulous, it goes along coastline sometimes. It is not TOTALLY flat, but is about 1500 total elevation gain for the 100 miles I think.

The crowd is big, but the thing is very well organized. There were police officers at every major intersection.

I rode 35 miles of it. One prob is theres nothing between 25 and 50, so I did a route someone suggested.

I am signed up for this year, I haven't committed to 100 miles, but I'd commit to 50. I'm willing to organize the trip down to this race if you guys want.

One problem is I think you really have to go the night before because the century leaves really early.
Only other things is that the food was skimpy and not very good--PBJ (yuck!) and oranges. This year I would bring more food. T-shirt gorgeous, you also get a fridge magnet. :)

As for the Seacoast, I only did a shorty right of this one. Its pretty but I arrived late and didn't really get the feel of it. Granite state bike club are VERY nice people. T-shirt was lousy.

SpinSis
04-25-2006, 07:28 AM
Thanks for the tidbits on the TFCE, Chainsoflove. I was talking to a cycling colleague yesterday and she also pointed out that it's actually not entirely flat...but did say it is beautiful and very well organized. I have sent in applications for BF and myself for 100 miles (aim high, right?). Lodging and lunch suggestions are appreciated...esp since I have PB allergy...PBJ would not be cool. Will pack my own and begin looking into lodging. But first...I need to know if we've been accepted! Anyone else heard back yet?

As far as a NE TE ride, I am not available the first weekend in May, and the first two in June..but otherwise open. Group ride = good for this newbie.

-s

wavedancer
04-25-2006, 06:39 PM
I got my registration packet and number for TFCE this past weekend. It would be great if we could get a TE group together to ride it, or at least meet up together. I am a little nervous about the large group riding, but I figure the racer-types will be way down the road pretty soon after the start. It would be nice to have a few friends around, though!

I am available most Saturdays in May and after June 11 for a Cape ride.

Hope we can get together!

Linda

Surlygirl
04-26-2006, 04:49 AM
I haven't got my packet yet. :(
So who do we have doing this ride so far?
Surlygirl & DH
Wavedancer
Spinsis & BF
Chainsoflove
Natheless
Massbikebabe (good karma toots)
Robyn
Denise?
Barb?
newfsmith?
Anyone else?
If anyone wants to ride at the back of the pack, that's where I'll be. We should all wear our TE shirts. Maybe pick a meeting place. Any thoughts?

DeniseGoldberg
04-26-2006, 05:02 AM
I haven't got my packet yet. :(
So who do we have doing this ride so far?
Denise?
Not me! I've pretty much sworn off group rides like this one. The only one I'll consider is the Seacoast Century because that doesn't have a group start.

And besides not doing large group rides - I'm trying to plan a bike trip, probably for two weeks in September, spanning the weekend of this ride.

But to all of you who are planning to ride - have fun!
--- Denise

SpinSis
04-26-2006, 07:21 AM
What is the "official" TE jersey anyway? I can't seem to find the one with the girl-on-bike image anymore. Only the hill-slug-image....

-s

PAP103
04-26-2006, 07:53 AM
I haven't got my packet yet. :(
So who do we have doing this ride so far?
Surlygirl & DH
Wavedancer
Spinsis & BF
Chainsoflove
Natheless
Massbikebabe (good karma toots)
Robyn
Denise?
Barb?
newfsmith?
Anyone else?
If anyone wants to ride at the back of the pack, that's where I'll be. We should all wear our TE shirts. Maybe pick a meeting place. Any thoughts?


I'm a fairly new rider. I'm training now for the Pan Mass 1 day ride. I ride slow right now at about 12mph but hoping to get up to 14-15 by the Pan Mass Challenge. Anyone else ride that slow? I'd be honored to start out with all of you!
Patty

Surlygirl
04-26-2006, 11:07 AM
Got my number today. :D but Dh's didn't come today. I hope its just a mail thing.
SpinSis, if you go to the Apparel thread and look under TE hats, Susan has explained that they are designing new hats and new Jerseys. So we may have to sport the new ones for our ride. I love an excuse for a new Jersey.

Welcome Pap103 and yes I ride slow. I plan on being at the back and letting the Lance types go first. Hopefully it won't be to crowded at the back.

PAP103
04-26-2006, 11:54 AM
Ok, color me crazy but I filled out the form, wrote the check and will mail it on my way home! I'm in - for better or worse! :eek: :D :D

Patty

ChainsOflove
04-26-2006, 05:33 PM
Do not fear the group ride issue on the TFCE. When I went to this ride it was VERY relaxed. Of course, I did not leave with the 6 a.m. crowd.

I rode 35 of it on an old hybrid bike, and I went to the thing by myself. I really don't remember any hard-core types at this thing.

I don't want to do it alone again, as I was real tired out (due to not enough food) and had to drive 1 1/2 hr. back to boston.

Sounds like a great idea for a TE group. I can't remember if they gave out the t-shirts for the ride or not. I mean the TFCE shirts.

wavedancer
04-26-2006, 07:05 PM
OK ladies, I'm getting excited! I am in the 14-15mph range also and it would be fun to get our little team together...New TE jerseys and all! :)

SpinSis
04-27-2006, 05:16 AM
This is shaping up well! Welcome to the new Gloucester-based gal. I think I'll have to get BF a TE jersey so he'll fit in. I check out the new design stuff in the TE store. I'm in the 14-15mph range, but should also learn how to ride a bit slower at the same time that I achieve to ride faster. I'm still learning what "pace" means in practice!

Those that have done this before, are all the distances a loop? Does the century begin and end at the same spot?

Time to hit the road (well, I have to work first...)
s

DeniseGoldberg
04-27-2006, 07:11 AM
Those that have done this before, are all the distances a loop? Does the century begin and end at the same spot?
Most of the (one-day) centuries in this area are loops. The exception to the rule are rides like the Pan-Mass Challenge which is a point-to-point ride (even the one-day option). There are other multi-day charity rides that are point-to-point too.

But both the Flattest Century in the East and the Seacoast Century are loops.
--- Denise

Crankin
04-27-2006, 02:43 PM
I haven't sent in my registration, because my son is coming home on leave in September and I don't know exactly when.... I guess I can sign up and bite the bullet on the reg. fee if it conflicts.....
I had to throw away my old TE jersey. It didn't fit well and it was expensive. I got a small because there were no X-smalls. The top was way too big and the bottom was too tight. I never buy jerseys with elastic and this one had plenty. Maybe they will redesign.

Going to look at the FC site

I can ride any weekend except May 13 or June 11 (you ladies can come on my ride on June 11 if you want...... come on, sign up)

Robyn

SpinSis
04-28-2006, 09:12 AM
I got my registration number yesterday! Something like #1035. I wonder if that is indicative of how many riders have signed up to date. Hope BF got his too. Forgot to ask.

And OT...can I just say, I love reading the TE Bulletin Board while eating lunch at work. Since I'm lucky if I even get outside until the end of the day, this is a nice substitute. Road my bike to work today, and plan to do the BF commute (15.5 miles to my darling ride) tonight.

PAP103
04-28-2006, 09:59 AM
I can ride any weekend except May 13 or June 11 (you ladies can come on my ride on June 11 if you want...... come on, sign up)

Robyn


Hi Robin,

What is your June 11 ride and where do you sign up?

Patty

Surlygirl
04-29-2006, 06:09 AM
[QUOTE=SpinSis]I got my registration number yesterday! Something like #1035. I wonder if that is indicative of how many riders have signed up to date. Hope BF got his too. Forgot to ask.

I'm 1068 and I was wondering the same thing. Hubby still hasn't got his. Whats up with that. They were sent together. I think I'd better check on that if it isn't in the mail today.

Patti37
05-01-2006, 02:50 AM
You all are motivating me to sign up for this ride...sounds as if I should make my decision soon.

stella
05-01-2006, 05:12 AM
Have a great time on the TFC ride. I've done it a few times and it is quite fun! As was mentioned earlier, the pace is relaxed and it is very well organized. You do get a free t-shirt and magnet.

I've done the 75 mile loop and the 100mile loop. There is a low grade hill at the end. It is not a mountain, but was a surprise to me the first time I did it. I'm not sure they are changing the routes. I did start early in the a.m. and was not overwhelmed by the lance wanna-bes. I comfortably did my pace (around 14-15mph at that time).

And the food...well it does the trick but nothing to write home about. There are some stores along the way if you get sick of PB&J sandwiches, oranges and bananas.

Best of luck to all of you!

If any of you are doing a "training ride" to prep for this in the RI area or Western Mass (I divide my time btw the two places), let me know, I'd love to join you.

Surlygirl
05-02-2006, 12:47 PM
Hey Stella, keep checking in, maybe you can join us on a ride if we ever get our acts together and organize one. (hint hint NE gang) I'm not to far from the Mass/RI border and I like to ride the Eastbay every now and then. Let me know if you are interested.

Jody

stella
05-02-2006, 01:18 PM
Hey Stella, keep checking in, maybe you can join us on a ride if we ever get our acts together and organize one. (hint hint NE gang) I'm not to far from the Mass/RI border and I like to ride the Eastbay every now and then. Let me know if you are interested.

Jody


thanks, Jody! I am interested in riding, I enjoy the eastbay bike path and the surrounding areas.

I will be back from Western Mass on May 12th. I plan on going for a ride in the Amherst area this Saturday (I will have finished 3 final exams by then and will be ready for a good ride!)

PAP103
05-02-2006, 01:19 PM
I got my registration number yesterday! Something like #1035. I wonder if that is indicative of how many riders have signed up to date. Hope BF got his too. Forgot to ask.

I sent in my registration and forgot to include a SASE and got an email from NBW that said they have only 200 slots left!

Surlygirl, I'd like to ride East Bay with you. Maybe we should just set a date and post it for anyone that wants to join in. My next available date is Saturday May 13th.

Patty

ChainsOflove
05-02-2006, 04:30 PM
Patty and STella

I'd love to ride the eastbay path with you guys on 5/13 if you are going!

I live in Newton, can drive somebody down if needed.

Joan

stella
05-02-2006, 05:33 PM
yipes! May 13th may not work! I will be back home on the 12th and my 10y/o daughter has plans for me on the 13th!

I will let you all know asap.

natheless
05-04-2006, 11:12 AM
I sent in my registration and forgot to include a SASE and got an email from NBW that said they have only 200 slots left!

Surlygirl, I'd like to ride East Bay with you. Maybe we should just set a date and post it for anyone that wants to join in. My next available date is Saturday May 13th.

Patty

O boy, I hope you JUST got that email, because I just managed to remember my registration form *yesterday*!

Ack!

*crosses fingers*

Surlygirl
05-04-2006, 04:14 PM
O boy, I hope you JUST got that email, because I just managed to remember my registration form *yesterday*!

Ack!

*crosses fingers*

Get on that girl! The more the merrier I always say. They were closed in May last year so hurry up.

barrb46
05-05-2006, 11:08 AM
I am wondering where this flattest century ride on the east coast is being held? What is the name of it and does it have a website?

Clue me in. Thanks.!

Barb

DeniseGoldberg
05-05-2006, 11:10 AM
I am wondering where this flattest century ride on the east coast is being held? What is the name of it and does it have a website?
Barb

Here's a link to the site of the Narragansett Bay Wheelmen, the club that holds this ride each year: http://www.nbwclub.org/. There's a link on this page to the ride info, and a warning that it is almost full.

--- Denise

PAP103
05-09-2006, 06:48 AM
I got my number yesterday! I guess I'm doing it - my first. Looking forward to it.

Patty

natheless
05-10-2006, 02:45 PM
O boy, I was worried that I was going to be out of luck since I was so late getting my registration in... but I got my confirmation today.

I'm rider #1775, so it looks like I just squeaked in!

:D

plushride
06-19-2006, 06:11 AM
Hi Ladies,

The friend I did TFCE with last year bailed on me this time around..I was wondering if any of you are slower riders ( 12-15MPH) and if I could hook up with you on some practice rides before and also on the course. I live near Worcester, but am willing to travel to train. Thanks! Renee

Surlygirl
06-19-2006, 09:27 AM
I live in Grafton, so pretty close and I'm a slow rider also. Unfortunately the kids are now home for the summer but if you want to hook up on the weekends or maybe early evening some nights we might be able to do that.

stella
06-19-2006, 10:24 AM
I'd be interested. PM me!

Stella

Denise223
06-20-2006, 12:13 PM
Hmmmm..... Tri-State Seacoast Century, 2007 looks like it would be a good goal for me!

To you ladies doing it this September, enjoy :D !

Denise

Denise223
06-23-2006, 12:05 PM
Why put off till 2007 what we CAN DO in 2006 :D ?????

My husband and I signed up for the Tri-State Seacoast Century coming up this September.

http://www.granitestatewheelmen.org/main.html

We love New England (of course ;) ), and it will be beautiful to be able to ride along the N.H., Maine & Mass coastlines.

Until then, let's all enjoy the summer & keep the rain to a minimum..!

Denise

Surlygirl
06-23-2006, 02:31 PM
Hey Denise, where do you live? I live in Grafton but sometimes ride in Upton, Hopkinton, Westboro area. Are you anywhere near these towns.

Denise223
06-23-2006, 03:08 PM
Hi Surly!

I live in Waltham - (next to Newton, Watertown, Weston)... Are you down near R.I. ?

It would be nice to meet up sometime for a ride..... I actually just started riding earlier this month & am doing well at increasing mileage; my husband is too!

I LOVE that cycling IS "exercise".....BUT, DOES NOT FEEL LIKE IT :D !

Have a great night!

Denise

Surlygirl
06-24-2006, 03:46 AM
Hi Denise,
Yup, close to RI and close to Worcester. Mass Pike, 290 and 146 are all at my doorstep. Are you free during the week to ride or only weekends?

Denise223
06-24-2006, 08:33 AM
Hi Surly!

Ill send you a PM..

PAP103
06-27-2006, 01:55 PM
Why put off till 2007 what we CAN DO in 2006 ?????

My husband and I signed up for the Tri-State Seacoast Century coming up this September.
Denise

Congratulations, Denise! I am volunteering on the Saturday afternoon of that event. I may ride Saturday am or on Sunday.

Patty

Denise223
06-27-2006, 02:10 PM
Hey Patty!

That's awesome that you'll be there, too:) ! Perhaps before September we can meet up for a ride or two.....

My husband just got home from work...so, we're heading out for a beautiful ride!!

Have a peaceful evening!

Denise