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I pulled out the mountain bike this morning put her back together and took her for a spin. I'll be going on an actual ride later today cant wait to get back on the greenway everytime I drive past it i get the itch to ride. It is to be 75 today so it will be perfect.
 

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I think everyone except those in the north west are going to be in full flown spring fever after this all this warm weather. I can't wait to get home today and go for a ride. Mid 70's here also.
 

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I just got back it felt so good but I can not wait till I get the road bike up and running may have to go out on another here in a few and yes spring fever has hit hard and fast plus being 80 lbs lighter than last year is a huge help also !!!
 

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the only riding i got today is to and from work.. but will have to go with you on AMAZING weather today!!!
 

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qmsdc15 said:
I noticed tanlines when I took my cycling gloves off today. Also on my feet from SPD sandals. :)
Haha I have tan lines but not from riding Haha but I'm sure I will before to much more time passes
 

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Evean though I have not mised too many days rideing this year, this weather made me want to get on the bike and ride, and I did
 

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It stops raining in Seattle, I was stationd at Sand point Navel air station in 1959 and I don't rember it ever stop raining ;)
 

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If you wait for it to stop raining to do anything, then you get nothing done. But the Seattle climate is Mediterranean with high plain desert climates from July through September; really nice, dry with cool nights kinda thang going on there. I scooter or bike to the Park & Ride, bus 20+ miles to Seattle and then walk the last five blocks. Year round there are avid bicyclers out and about at 6:30 AM when I walk in.
 
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