100 Mile Week



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Dennis Baker

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For the hard core riders in the group this probably isn't a big deal, but for me it's a major
accomplishment. Over the last week I have put over 100 (DIRT) miles on my mountain bike. The split
is probably about 65% singletrack, 10% Fireroads, 20% Farm/ Levee and unpaved county roads, and <5%
pavement while getting to/ from the above. This includes one ride with over 2500' of climbing.

Putting this into perspective about 12 months ago I though that a 10 mile mountain bike ride was a
hardcore workout and required a recovery day.

How do you guys commemorate your accomplishments? For some reason I keep thinking about when I was
on the bowling team in Jr High school and we got patches for our first 100 point game :)

See you on the trails

-- The Ogre http://ogrehut.com
 
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Cinder Girl

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"Dennis Baker" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> How do you guys commemorate your accomplishments? For some reason I keep thinking about when I was
> on the bowling team in Jr High school and we got patches for our first 100 point game :)
>
> See you on the trails
>
> -- The Ogre http://ogrehut.com

Way to go! I still think a 10 mile ride is a major accomplishment. Now lets see, for your reward ...
I usually buy myself something. Anything you've been wanting but putting off?
 
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John Harlow

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> How do you guys commemorate your accomplishments?

Beer.
 
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Bill Wheeler

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On 2 Dec 2002 10:32:45 -0800, [email protected] (Dennis Baker) wrote:

>For the hard core riders in the group this probably isn't a big deal, but for me it's a major
>accomplishment. Over the last week I have put over 100 (DIRT) miles on my mountain bike. The split
>is probably about 65% singletrack, 10% Fireroads, 20% Farm/ Levee and unpaved county roads, and <5%
>pavement while getting to/ from the above. This includes one ride with over 2500' of climbing.
>
>Putting this into perspective about 12 months ago I though that a 10 mile mountain bike ride was a
>hardcore workout and required a recovery day.
>
>How do you guys commemorate your accomplishments? For some reason I keep thinking about when I was
>on the bowling team in Jr High school and we got patches for our first 100 point game :)
>
>See you on the trails
>
>-- The Ogre http://ogrehut.com

Too good to snip!

Congrats!

Peace, Bill

The mind serves properly as a window glass rather than as a reflector, that is, the mind should give
an immediate view instead of an interpretation of the world.
:-]
 
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Ron

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> How do you guys commemorate your accomplishments?
>

I have the phone number for a local Thai place on my cell phone. By the time I get there from the
trail head they have panang curry and shu mai waiting for me. Plus some fat tire or 90 schilling:)

Ron
 
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Jonathan Bond

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John Harlow wrote:
>>How do you guys commemorate your accomplishments?
>
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> Beer.
>
>

and more riding.

Jon "Commander" Bond
 
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Dennis Baker

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"Cinder Girl" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> "Dennis Baker" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]...
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> > How do you guys commemorate your accomplishments? For some reason I keep thinking about when I
> > was on the bowling team in Jr High school and we got patches for our first 100 point game :)
> >
> > See you on the trails
> >
> > -- The Ogre http://ogrehut.com
>
> Way to go! I still think a 10 mile ride is a major accomplishment. Now lets see, for your reward
> ... I usually buy myself something. Anything you've been wanting but putting off?

I've been eyeing a laptop but the wife made me promise to keep my purchases in check until the
holidays are over. She gets rather upset when I buy something this and she has to unwrap something
from under the tree and return it.

-- The Ogre http://ogrehut.com
 
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Cinder Girl

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"Dennis Baker" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> "Cinder Girl" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> > "Dennis Baker" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> > news:[email protected]...
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> > > How do you guys commemorate your accomplishments? For some reason I keep thinking about when I
> > > was on the bowling team in Jr High school and we got patches for our first 100 point game :)
> > >
> > > See you on the trails
> > >
> > > -- The Ogre http://ogrehut.com
> >
> > Way to go! I still think a 10 mile ride is a major accomplishment. Now lets see, for your reward
> > ... I usually buy myself something.
Anything
> > you've been wanting but putting off?
>
> I've been eyeing a laptop but the wife made me promise to keep my purchases in check until the
> holidays are over. She gets rather upset when I buy something this and she has to unwrap something
> from under the tree and return it.
>
> -- The Ogre http://ogrehut.com

Ooops. Forgot about the SWMBO factor. If my husband were here he would interpret "rather upset" to
mean "infuriated with ray guns set to incinerate". Maybe after the holidays? For now I guess you
will just have to have some extra beer to compensate ;)
 
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Westridge

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"Dennis Baker" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> For the hard core riders in the group this probably isn't a big deal,
<snip>
> How do you guys commemorate your accomplishments? For some reason I keep thinking about when I was
> on the bowling team in Jr High school and we got patches for our first 100 point game :)
>
> See you on the trails
>
> -- The Ogre

Well done! I wish I had the time and could do that every week! I don't know about rewards for miles
but when I fall off it's a lot like using my creditcard. I get airpoints and while it might've been
good ride while it lasted it sure hurts at the end of it!

Actually a good bottle of red wine (or two) and a big dinner out somewhere is often justified.

Westie
 
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Cowpoo

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Quit your job so you can ride more, then do bong hits all day to deal with the boredom.

The bowling team?
 
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Dennis Baker

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"Per L wdin" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> > How do you guys commemorate your accomplishments?
>
> When we get really beat up of technical singletrack we out our road racing bike and do 100 fast
> kilometres on road. Nice change and a different kind of fun.

Isn't that kind of like having great sex and then going off in a corner to masterbate to
celebrate it :)

Sorry road cycling just doesn't do it for me, just seems like all work and little/ no payoff.

-- The Ogre http://ogrehut.com
 
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Dennis Baker

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CowPoo <(nospam)[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Quit your job so you can ride more,

Now your talking.

> then do bong hits all day to deal with the boredom.

Bong hits are not my style.

>
> The bowling team?

It was Jr High School (a long time ago for me)

-- The Ogre
 
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G.T.

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John Harlow wrote:
>>How do you guys commemorate your accomplishments?
>
>
> Beer.
>

Chocolate Peanut Butter ice cream, usually Haagen Daz.

Greg

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"Walking under ladders for a living You know we should be running round in pubs and bars We know
we'll never grow short And we'll never grow tall" - the Mekons
 
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Jd

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"Michael Dart" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
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> > [email protected] (Dennis Baker) wrote in message
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> > > How do you guys commemorate your accomplishments?
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> > I ride again the next day.
> >
> > JD
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> And I've seen pictures of where your ride.

You mean like this? http://gallery.consumerreview.com/webcrossing/images/120202002.jpg

> You call that a commemoration?!

On a daily basis.
>
> Mike - *snif* I do.

Damn skippy you do, Freak Vader.

JD
 
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Dave

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> > > > > How do you guys commemorate your accomplishments?
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> > > > I ride again the next day.
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> > > > JD
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> > > And I've seen pictures of where your ride.
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> > You mean like this? http://gallery.consumerreview.com/webcrossing/images/120202002.jpg

Riding, Riding on the moon...(sung to Police tune "Walking on the moon!)

Dave (boring.....)
 
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