Well done, your look remarkable full of vitality after 200 miles.Joy - ABC Team
It does give you a natural high, knowing that you have completed a 200 mile ride. Of course this was over a two day period! (100 miles each day)Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment!
winners allROG, ABC Wednesday team
Impressive! How much do you ride on a weekly basis and what if anything did you do to prepare fore this?
Well I had done this ride twice! Once in 2006 and again in 2007. To train I was riding 27 miles 3 to 4 days a week and taking a spin class once a week.I haven't done any big rides for the last two years since recovering from a diagnosis of Melanoma. Trying to build back up some miles now. Who knows, maybe I'll do it again!!
This deserves a huge "good on you"!!
Amazing!! So inspiring!! You should feel SO great, yes, victorious!!
Congratulations! You should feel victorious -- great job.
You not only know your way around a camera, you know your way around the world! Impressive!Thanks for dropping in and commenting!
WOW!!! 200miles Victorious indeed!!!Have a great weekend!Shantana
Congrats on your victory! That is quite a feat and you should feel very proud. I posted a victorious story today also.Ann
Well done on your great achievement. I'm still deciding on which bike to buy.
Wow! fun photos. Congratulations on this amazing achievement.
Beautiful photographs, fantastic bicycle adventure. I am greeting
Fantastic! You never cease to amaze me. My sense of balance is so bad now, I can't even ride a bicycle 10 feet, never mind from Seattle to Portland. My youngest brother is a mountain biker, and so is his son, age 9. Scares me out of what few wits I have left.K
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