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Actually SHARE Your Bike Ride With Your Friends (by talking!)

There are a lot of ways to tell the story of your bike ride. It can be interesting to explore the different possible perspectives with friends after a ride. Here are a few examples to get you started...

On the ride (before the climb):

“A hill. Not so big. My legs feel great. But I don’t know.”

After the ride (before the climb):

“Looking ahead, the hill didn’t seem too tough as I considered the awesome feeling in my legs. I didn’t have any idea how wrong I was.”

On the ride (after the climb):

“I remember seeing the hill that I died on. I miscalculated my fatigue. But in the moment I didn’t know my legs were shot.”

After the ride (after the climb):

“I must have thought there was more left in my tank at that hill. That was where I messed up.”

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