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Subject: Ironman Louisville
My entourage that usually goes to all my races is unable to attend this one due to relocation. The thing with Ironman is you sign up a year in advance and things can change very quickly.

I am from the Columbia MO area, and would be driving down to Louisville. I was seeing if there would be any interested parties is possibly car pooling and saving a little extra money. I do have a bike rack for my SUV, holds two bikes securely and there is plenty of space in the back for gear.

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