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Once I adjust whatever it is on the bike that needs adjustment, I'll ride up this gentle roller into the New York Mountains

Once I adjust whatever it is on the bike that needs adjustment, I'll ride up this gentle roller into the New York Mountains A little further, I pull over to eat a Clif bar and enjoy the views; something on my bike has started to rub loudlyThumbnailsUgh: my rear rack has broken, just above the bolt that attaches it to the bike frameA little further, I pull over to eat a Clif bar and enjoy the views; something on my bike has started to rub loudlyThumbnailsUgh: my rear rack has broken, just above the bolt that attaches it to the bike frameA little further, I pull over to eat a Clif bar and enjoy the views; something on my bike has started to rub loudlyThumbnailsUgh: my rear rack has broken, just above the bolt that attaches it to the bike frameA little further, I pull over to eat a Clif bar and enjoy the views; something on my bike has started to rub loudlyThumbnailsUgh: my rear rack has broken, just above the bolt that attaches it to the bike frameA little further, I pull over to eat a Clif bar and enjoy the views; something on my bike has started to rub loudlyThumbnailsUgh: my rear rack has broken, just above the bolt that attaches it to the bike frame

There's hardly any traffic on this road, so I'm just standing here enjoying the quiet.

Hmmm...

I've just realized that I may find myself standing here a bit longer than anticipated.