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Old March 7th 04, 08:47 PM
Kokomo Juggler
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Default Anyone Interested in riding in Indiana "Hilly Hundred" ?

My goal is to be ready for this year's Hilly Hundred bike ride in October.
The Hilly Hundred is about 5000 bicyclests. I rode the ride in high school
in the 70s on a bicycle, and this year I want to try it on my new Coker. I
figure I'll be pretty slow compared to most bicycles, so it would be good to
have someone to uni w/ me. I'm not extremely good. I can't even freemount it
yet.

The Hilly Hundred is near Bloomington Indiana and is 50 miles on Saturday
and 50 miles on sunday in hilly but beatiful area.

Just an idea.



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Old May 31st 04, 05:50 PM
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Default Anyone Interested in riding in Indiana "Hilly Hundred" ?


I was thinking the same thing.
I have ridden the hilly many times in the past and was thinking about
doing it on a uni.

I don't have a coker yet but it is definitely in the plans.

I should have one by October. I consider myself reasonably skilled when
it comes to freestyle skills and distance.

Some more people should get in on this. The hilly is a great ride.


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Old June 7th 04, 12:11 PM
Kokomo Juggler
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Default Anyone Interested in riding in Indiana "Hilly Hundred" ?

RangerForrest- I think I sent you an email. Please reply.
Thanks-
Kokomo Juggler.

P.S. I see you are going to Purdue, so did I (BSEE, MSEE).

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I was thinking the same thing.
I have ridden the hilly many times in the past and was thinking about
doing it on a uni.

I don't have a coker yet but it is definitely in the plans.

I should have one by October. I consider myself reasonably skilled when
it comes to freestyle skills and distance.

Some more people should get in on this. The hilly is a great ride.


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