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How many miles you plan on riding this season?

Ok all, riding season is here, or pretty damn close.

How many miles do you plan on putting on your bike?

I plan on putting a few thousand at least!

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I'm going to be commuting for over an hour every day to work, one way. So I imagine I'll get quite alot.

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I made 12,000 last season, planning on repeating that this year if everything goes well.
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Possibly 4 to 5 though on both bikes so around 8 to 10 thou.
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Almost a thousand this season already. Looking forward to many more.
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From May or Jun - Oct I have been averaging about 7 - 8 thousand .. and hope to do the same again if not more this year I put most of my miles on my weekend rides with Redline cause they are 2.5 hrs south of me and I usually put on at least 300 - 400 miles on a short day of riding with them... my work miles are only 30 miles round trip from home.. and I ride any time it's not raining in the morning or when I don't have to dress up nice cause of a meeting

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Just playing averages, I'll see a pretty typical 20-25,000.

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Just playing averages, I'll see a pretty typical 20-25,000.
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