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post #1 of 7 Old 01-27-2007, 04:07 PM Thread Starter
 
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Had a Polar Bear ride today, from St. Charles, to Herman using the back roads, lots of curves and hills. 25 - 30 bikes showed up to brave the mid 30's temp and a stiff breeze that was blowing.

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post #2 of 7 Old 01-27-2007, 06:29 PM
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Had a Polar Bear ride today, from St. Charles, to Herman using the back roads, lots of curves and hills. 25 - 30 bikes showed up to brave the mid 30's temp and a stiff breeze that was blowing.
Props to you bro. There's no way you'd get me out there in those temps.

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Yeah, not within my normal temperature riding span either. Since I worked out of state for over half the year last year, I had the itch to ride really bad, dressed for the ocasion and had a great time. Any colder though, and I would have passed on the ride.

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to you for braving the cold. I'll ride in almost any temp as long as there is no ice and I have my heated gear on! I notice you are from Missouri, you wouldn't happen to know any good roads to hit in this part of the state would you?


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No, I'm from St. Charles. I do know that most of the paved state and county roads down there run the ridges and have some nice hills and curves in them. I know some of the roads just north of lake Wappapella are good, going between Hwy. 67 and I-55.

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Hey Slingshot was it the midwest cafe racers ride?

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post #7 of 7 Old 01-31-2007, 04:38 AM Thread Starter
 
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The Midwest Cafe Racers ride was the 20th, STLAR's ride was the 27th, two weekends in a row to get chilled while riding!

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