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Looking for a riding partner or 2 1 year, 2 months ago #44149

Hey My name is Bobby and I spend a lot of time traveling with work. I live in PA and have not ridden the trails in Ellicottville yet. I will be in the area july 15-21 and was wondering if anyone would like to show the new guy around the trails. I am not in competition shape by any means however I'm confident I can come out of the gate ready for 10-15 miles on the first time out. If you are not available to show me around I would be grateful for trail route suggestions if you wouldn't mind. thanks for reading
When I was young I used to pray for a bike, then I realized that God doesn’t work that way, so I stole a bike and prayed for forgiveness.

Re: Looking for a riding partner or 2 1 year, 2 months ago #44150

Anyone know if the bike shop still does Monday night group rides?

If so you could roll with them your first day in town, get a lay of the land - and then have a route to get on solo for the rest of the week.

Give the number here a call if you don't get responses on this thread.
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Re: Looking for a riding partner or 2 1 year, 2 months ago #44151

drabb wrote:
Anyone know if the bike shop still does Monday night group rides?



Sure do. 6pm from the shop. We get out-of-towners quite often. Stop in a bit early-or any time and Dennis will give you an overview of the trails.
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