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    100 Miles

    My dad and I did the 100 mile event at the Sea Otter Classic this weekend, on a 97 degree Saturday. It was a brutal day for a long ride, but it made for a nice kick start to getting in shape for hunting season. I had the 14th best time out of about 400 riders. 5:21:10 of total riding time. The ride included 6,400 ft of climbing.






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    Mile 92 almost to the top of the hardest climb... trying not to think about leg cramps...




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    Well done BigSurArcher and dad. Seeing this post has me motivated to get off my behind and get in better shape.

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    Nice workout...I like it.

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    What kind of bike do you ride? I see it's a Trek. Nice job!
    I recognized long ago that if I have a warehouse full of guns, but no public land or public wildlife, I have nothing!

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    Great Job, but what is up with the belly shirt..........Ha Ha
    Shoot STR8

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    Good job man.my buddy went down there to work the event. That's a pretty darn good time too!

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    Way to go BSA, congrats!

    What is the name of the 100 miler?



    Quote Originally Posted by RUTTIN View Post
    Great Job, but what is up with the belly shirt..........Ha Ha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitterroot Bulls View Post
    Way to go BSA, congrats!

    What is the name of the 100 miler?





    Sea otter classic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RUTTIN View Post
    Great Job, but what is up with the belly shirt..........Ha Ha
    Thanks a lot... haha. Actually I was just about to put my heart rate monitor on when it was taken so the pic came out kinda gay.

 

 

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