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I'm not sure what your situation is, but most communities have a formal or informal riding group. Just hook up with them and go for it. Ask around at the local bike shop. Often there ar e different levels offered for fast/medium/slow, etc. I live in a very small rural town in the mountains and therefore am not able to do this. However, Seattle is 85 miles away, and I can ride with the group there, or with friends I know who live there.The bicycle clubs in my area seem to all be pretty fast road riding groups, but I never thought of posting a specific ISO for women my age and speed, to ride with. I'm a little too slow for even the slow riders in these clubs, but I could probaly get up to speed if I practiced. also, I will search some more for more of a social riders group. You'r right, that might light a little fire under the old man and get him out there more. Right now he only goes with me about 3 times a year, and that's not enough for me to build up speed and strength, so i need to find other riders. Don't mind going alone sometimes, but it can get boring, especially cause I like to stop for lunch and stuff. bye and thanks for the good words.
When the old man finds out you're out there riding with a social group, he may be tempted to try it out himself. My wife did not ride until a few years ago, then decided to give it a try and really likes it when she has the time.