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"For those interested in fixed gear bikes.... or riding in England ... here is a website to check out:

The owner of this site is John Cullin ... I met him while on PBP 2003. Interestingly, the Americans are known for their ""racing bikes"" on PBP while Europeans choose stronger, Audax bikes.

diane goodwin"

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Hank Schiffman (not verified)
as an aside...


I want to express my thanks for your work as editor of The Bulletin. While the rest of us were goofing off you were working.

All volunteers are blessed souls. We can't have enough of them.

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Edgar (not verified)
Thanks, Diane!

Hank wrote:

> All volunteers are blessed souls.
> We can't have enough of them.

After all is said and done, it's those who step up and volunteer that make the difference. Thanks Diane!

- Ed

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Diane Goodwin (not verified)
Thank You

Thanks Hank and Edgar, for the kind words.

It's great that Ludwig stepped up ....

Now I'll get back to randonneuring .....


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Judith Tripp (not verified)

"So how was PBP, Diane? I found the postings of peoples' progress rather cryptic and hard to follow. I would normally e-mail my message but I still have Lotus Notes and it is down. Being ""migrated"" soon to Outlook! I hope you and the others had a great time."

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Diane Goodwin (not verified)

Keep checking my website - by Friday I'll have a write-up plus stories from Europeans.


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don montalvo (not verified)
what's the url?

...and did etoian (spelling?) show up? not sure if you knew about it but he set off on pedal powered raft about the same time you guys left for pbp. i think he got into a traffic dispute with a large military ship...or something...did he make it?


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Diane Goodwin (not verified)
Not sure ....

... if he made it as there were at least 35 NJ/NYC, if not more, riders at PBP. Maybe he was the rider on the scooter .... looks like Alex Bekkerman has competition.

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