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Thread: Jim Foreman

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    Jim Foreman

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    The weather should be improving soon to allow us to ride instead of sitting at our computers, but if you have that urge to ride on an inclement day, I recommended stories at this site: http://www.jimforeman.com/Stories/cycling.htm/

    I always end up laughing my head off. I read them when I'm waiting on something else, and I've worked my way through about half the cycling stories, plus he's got a bunch of other stories.

    Just thought I'd share.

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    I only read one so far and thoroughly enjoyed it.
    I wish I could assemble my thoughts as coherently.
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    He's a hilarious writer! Thanks for the tip. I read the first three and am still giggling uncontrollably at my desk.
    Winter riding is much less about badassery and much more about bundle-uppery. - malkin

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