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December Twoth ride - November 30, 2007, 06:48 PM

Any one up for a cold weather ride out to WVA, Sunday the 2nd?

I was thinking out 55 to WVA and then either north or south from the 220, hitting the back roads and then perhaps Romney and back on the 50 to the 55 back to VA.

I'm thinking about a 9am departure. PM me.
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November 30, 2007, 10:08 PM

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Any one up for a cold weather ride out to WVA, Sunday the 2nd?

I was thinking out 55 to WVA and then either north or south from the 220, hitting the back roads and then perhaps Romney and back on the 50 to the 55 back to VA.

I'm thinking about a 9am departure. PM me.
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Who's affraid of a little frezzing drizzle.

Fo shizzle my nizzle.


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