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mmeyer

What's your odometer say so far?

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How many miles do you have on your odometer so far? I had a slow start but I am steadily making up ground. My trail/work bike has 115 miles and my road bike has 190. Last year was the first year I rode and I totaled 500 at the end of the year so I should be equaling that soon.

Let's hear from all of you. We can keep it going through the season and use it as motivation.

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I don't have one on mine, but if I had one it would say "not enough miles" frown.

As soon as this quarter ends at work I plan on changing that however smilesmilesmilesmile.

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Don't have one on mine either, but 50+ miles a week for the last 6 weeks is about 300......getting ready for a few races this summer.

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So far I've logged about 1250 miles since January 1st. I'm hoping to get my mileage up to about 150-200 a week for the rest of the summer.

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Nice work guys! I think I'm going to have to step it up a little. smile

June 1st I decided that I was going to ride(3 miles only) everyday rain or shine, unless it's storming. So far I've had to drive twice but I really enjoy it. I've had to ride in the rain a few times but I'm prepared so it's not bad. It's a nice way to start the day.

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