Just Say Ho

23
Dec
2010

I really do hope that you all get everything off your #CyclingWishList this year….I know you deserve it.  But most of all, I hope you enjoy the day with your friends and/or family and have the best celebration ever.

Merry Christmas,

Darryl from Loving the Bike

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  • http://twitter.com/egggman Mike Osborne

    Apparently I am late, but hopefully everything went well and the kids had an amazing Christmas!!

  • http://www.pamelahutchins.com Pamela

    Oh man, Darryl, that is an awesome pic ;)
    Merry Christmas!

  • http://www.massivemtber.co.uk Clive Chapman

    Merry Christmas and a Happy new Year!

  • http://bikingtolive.com Bryan

    Thanks Darryl and Merry Christmas to you and your family as well.

    • Anonymous

      I’m honored that you’d take time out of your Cancun
      vacation to sit down and check out my blog. Enjoy your time in
      Mexico and I look forward to seeing you soon. Darryl

  • Tim Starry

    The white sands and warm tropical waters of Cancun wish you all a very Merry Christmas

    • Anonymous

      I’m honored that you’d take time out of your Cancun vacation to sit down and check out my blog. Have a great time in Mexico and we’ll connect in Austin very soon.

  • Anonymous

    Ho!

    It’s going to be a great holiday… starting with #bikeschool tonight. Merry Christmas to you and the LovingtheBike family!

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