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    Grind em til ya find em! CorsairMac's Avatar
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    2004 Trek Navigator 200, 2005 Trek 820 Hardtail, 1987 Peugeot Avoriaz
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    Howdy All from the Land of Enchantment (New Mexico, USA)! I've been riding for years and years on and off with my last "off" being the past 6 yrs. I bought a Trek Navigator 200 in Aug of last year to start commuting to work and quickly realized my first and foremost love was road bikes! I have since been lucky enough to acquire a 19?? Peugeot Avoriaz which is an awesome little bike and - when my gosh darn LBS had Both my bikes in the shop at the same time (savvy marketing strategy don't ya think?! :-D) I went and bought a Trek 820 Hardtail and have started learning how to mountain bike. I log all my rides on bikejournal.com which is just about the most awesome on-line bike journal where I'm also participating in a virtual RAAM ride. My goal is to complete the 304? miles by the end of the year! I also participate quite actively on the Team Estrogen bulletin board which is a board uniquely designed for female athletes with heavy emphasis on cyclists. I discovered this forum when I started searching for information on my vintage Peugeot. I'm hoping I have just as much fun and learn even more here as I do on the other boards!

    CorsairMac
    "When the spirits are low, when the day appears dark, when work becomes monotonous, when hope hardly seems worth having, just mount a bicycle and go out for a spin down the road, without thought on anything but the ride you are taking." Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, January 18, 1896, Scientific American Magazine

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    The new bee in town JenM's Avatar
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    Well, bike journals are great inspiration and motivation. A bit more primitive, mine is a wire-bound notebook I've had since grade 6. Your goal is a lofty one, but one I'm sure you'll reach.

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