DH and I had thought about trying it this year, but it is on his week to work (as are most of the good rides this year). Also, I don't tolerate heat well. If something happens and he changes weeks, we will consider it.
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Sounds like fun, Bill! I've got a century scheduled for a few weeks after that in not-so-hot Illinois/Wisconsin :)
It would be fun to meet and ride tho!
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It's that time again to prepare for this great ride. It's scheduled for 8/29 and offers several distance options (25, 50, 62, 100). There will be over 10,000 cyclists fighting the North Texas heat. Sure would be a nice place to meet some of you. Check their website and sign up. Perhaps we can meet for dinner the night before in Wichita Falls.
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