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where did you sign up for this self containted group ride? is this an ACA sponsored ride? i found out about the TransAm trail a yr or so ago and i would love to do it at some point in my life. im 24 now and hopefully in the next yr or 2 i will be able to do it.
Should I have erased the word "quote" from the start of it, too? thanks for your patience.If you use the "reply with quote" link you should not have to do anything at all except type in your response.
The first paragraph of my message above was a quote from another member. I can't figure out how you guys do this quote thing so it says "quote from...." Can anyone tell me how this works? I'm kind of a computer "newbie". thanks for any directions you can give!Hi John,
We are looking into ways to highlight different blogs in the future either on our main site or our blog. In the meantime anyone could start a forum thread that lists cycling blogs and asks others to contribute. Thanks for passing along the ideas.We do have a something similar to what you are asking for already. Hope this is what you are looking for.Thanks for pointing it out, I didn't know this section existed. But it only answers half of what I was looking for. The way it is set up, only the folks doing the ride can add their "ride". I was hoping a section could be added to the forum for websites/blogs that members of this board have discovered could share with other readers.