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Pics from M2M 2018

A big THANK YOU to all of this year’s Monument to Monument riders. I had a wonderful ride. I heard several stories of riders who had been planning on riding M2M for a while. Yesterday was their day. Well done. … Continue reading

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What 100 miles can do to a hat

Drink water right now to be hydrated for tomorrow’s ride. Slop up with sunscreen in the AM. Don’t forget sunglasses too. Rear blinkie batteries charged? Got a bike bell? Put it on the bike. Expect to take it real easy for … Continue reading

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the M2M way-back machine pt5

While we’re waiting for the June 17th M2M tenth anniversary ride, I’m delving into a little M2M history Top ten (+1) best pics from a decade of Monument to Monument. (click to enlarge)   Last, and best photo has to … Continue reading

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the M2M way-back machine pt4

While we’re waiting for the June 17th M2M tenth anniversary ride, I’m delving into a little M2M history – It might be the simplest aspect of M2M which makes it so great: the ride itself. If it’s been a while … Continue reading

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the M2M way-back machine pt3

While we’re waiting for the June 17th M2M tenth anniversary ride, I’m delving into a little M2M history – There have been many adventurous and supportive riders who’ve contributed to the momentum of M2M. At the start in 2012, I … Continue reading

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the M2M way-back machine pt2

While we’re waiting for the June 17th M2M tenth anniversary ride, I’m delving into a little M2M history The M2M riders from 2008 exemplified to me what the bike could do- and so simply too: it could transport you so far … Continue reading

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the M2M way-back machine pt1

While we’re waiting for the June 17th M2M tenth anniversary ride, I’m delving into a little M2M history. – 2008 had a lot of Monument to Monument riders. I rode a version of the route in July, and then again in Nov. … Continue reading

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