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Fast and Supportive

by on June 20, 2013

The title describes two different rides.  Wednesday’s ride was fast, my fastest this year with heart rates higher than they should be and wheels spinning like crazy.  This morning’s ride became supportive as we had a long-time rider join the 5:45 ride for the first time in a long time and the other guys were too fast for him to hold on to.  Doug and I rode back from the south end of the trail together, mostly because I told him at the start that he would not be dropped.  It was an enjoyable chat with someone I’ve only occasionally ridden with.

The Race Across America (RAAM) first place solo rider finished yesterday with a record setting pace and the first sub 8 day crossing of the continental US.  I was able to witness this amazing finish.  Over the next 5 days, riders will be completing the race.  It is always a great time to be in Annapolis.

We picked up another supporter of the Malaria Campaign yesterday!  I’ve got to get a little more proactive in promotion of the project.

These Rides: 43.6 miles
Malaria Campaign: 333.1 miles
Funds Pledged: $109.92
Contributed in support: $100

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