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Two rides a day !

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Two rides a day !

Well now that my wife has started riding I get to go play several times a day. On a weekday I'm out several hours before her and go for a ride out from the shop or right when I get home. If she wants to ride when she get's home I'll usually just finishing my ride and will just turn right around and do a cool down ride with her. Most times she likes to go out after dinner when temps have cooled a little, but I'm still happy to roll out again. On the weekends I'm out early and as with the weekdays she likes early evening rides, so I'm game again. This is working out just great for me, riding my bikes more and spending time with the misses. It's a win in my book, and I get to help her reach new milestones with each ride.
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