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Old 06-02-05, 11:51 AM   #1
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Hello from Texas

well here I go i am trying to get back into the groove after a Loooong time out need the exercise and enjoy the sport. I just have to make my mind up ( MTB or RB ) hopefully this site will give me some direction. Thanks and good wishes to all.
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Old 06-02-05, 12:15 PM   #2
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Greetings "Azle"......let me guess where you are from?? If you go the road route, there are plenty of organized rides in the DFW area. Hope to see you at some of them....welcome back to the bike. Hope you enjoy it....

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yup, ain't no mountains here in Frisco so its roadie heaven
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well here I go i am trying to get back into the groove after a Loooong time out need the exercise and enjoy the sport. I just have to make my mind up ( MTB or RB ) hopefully this site will give me some direction. Thanks and good wishes to all.
Many welcomes, Azle. However, you don't have to choose between a mtb, and a road machine. Instead, do both! You can thank me later.
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Old 06-02-05, 12:56 PM   #5
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Well thanks for the welcome and I plan on doing both but I think from a get in shape point of view I am leaning toward Road bike. I have a Miele that i need to get tuned up it was my wife's brothers bike and back in the late eighties early ninetise he paid about a thousand for the bike I just need to get it road worthy and get my arse on it.
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Well thanks for the welcome and I plan on doing both but I think from a get in shape point of view I am leaning toward Road bike. I have a Miele that i need to get tuned up it was my wife's brothers bike and back in the late eighties early ninetise he paid about a thousand for the bike I just need to get it road worthy and get my arse on it. I am really looking forward to my first organized ride. I would really like to find a 82 or 83 schwinn continental that was my first and probably put over 2k on that bike.
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yup, ain't no mountains here in Frisco so its roadie heaven
(hell there ain't no hills).
welcome aboard, there's a whole mess of texas riders.

Marty
hey! I just moved to Frisco, cya on the roads (Teel Pkwy?)

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