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Old 06-07-19, 03:37 PM
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102 and rising grrrr

We had a below normal temperatures until today Now we have the rare SW wind off the Mexican desert now we are baking. This ainít Phoenix Might go for a heat ride once the sun is setting or maybe just have some cold iced tea. My hydration pack will be iced down if I decide to ride.
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Modern LED lights have revolutionized my riding.

A significant portion of my riding is now at night.


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