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Old 02-06-12, 05:30 PM   #1
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For the Aussie QLDers ( i know of two there may be more lurking)

Hi guys,

These people
http://www.goldcross.com.au/

Do bike class's not the fitness kind but the working on and maintaining you bike kind.
http://www.vision6.com.au/em/mail/vi...0407&k=4a624d6

That is the email i just got ( omg you now all know my real name stalkers ).

Might be worth looking in to if you are like me and only understand the most basics of a bike .

yea a lot of you wont or don't need it but just in case someone does

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edit: i also just shot them a email to see if they have any weekend ones because 6 pm on a weekend with an hour ride on each side is a bit rough for me
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Thanks mate. I'd be interested in something like that. Didn't you say you finished fairly late during the week though ? Like after 6:00PM

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Old 02-06-12, 07:17 PM   #3
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Thanks mate. I'd be interested in something like that. Didn't you say you finished fairly late during the week though ? Like after 6:00PM
yea 6 30 most nights .

If they don't do one on a weekend i may swap my days around and have early day mid week instead of Friday, my boss is pretty flexible with that sort of thing .... long as i show up at some point
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( omg you now all know my real name stalkers ).

I resemble that remark...
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response from them in regards to weekend class's

Iím sorry but at this stage we only hold them on Wednesday nights at 6pm. If there are any additional classes to be held on different dates or times in the future we will be sure to let you know.


If you require any additional information please be sure to contact me directly.


Kindest Regards,

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well that bites,
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