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Pete and I rode 40 miles roundtrip today. It was horrendous weather... The rain was coming down pretty hard and the canal towpath was a solid trail of puddles, washouts and mud. 3/4 of the way through my trek and I started getting a chill that burned to the bone. My teeth chattered. What was I thinking??

40 miles was about as tough as I could imagine. Prior to this ride, the longest I'd ever done was 32 miles. My entire body is wrecked and I love it!!!

My wife almost didn't recognize me

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. I was covered head-to-toe with a layer of mud. I'm glad that we banged this out, but I don't think I will do a muddy rain day again... It's bad enough having my body destroyed, adding the cold and mud to it just made it relentless.

Pete was a trooper and he is in fantastic aerobic shape! I have some work to catch him by the time our real ride rolls around.

To see my GPS tracked ride information check here:

Posted by Vaughn Ripley

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  1. What Vaughn neglected to say was after going 40 miles, he had about 1″ of mud on his back. He insisted we go into a diner in town where they laid down plastic for us to sit down. Next, he rode up a straight incline to get home. Yes, Vaughn’s still crazy as ever!

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