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The Group Ride - Milestones

Yesterday the SAA headed out to Tswwassen BC for a group ride. Now that the weather has improve, we are seeing a bigger turn out. We ended up doing an 88km ride.

This route is generally flat with a only 2 moderate hills. The winds were not very high but we did appreciate the draft of being in a group. One of our riders had her longest bike day EVER! Congrats on a huge milestone.

Left to right: Larry, Ann, Me, Fay, Marinus and Brian.

Here is the route we took.

Happy training!


hey, just got back from a relaxing 4 mile run as I try to taper and I heard you on the RRT, good job.

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