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Old 03-31-06, 09:33 PM   #1
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I have a Bianchi Veloce that I'm picking up next week. I'm hoping to increase my fitness level and have some fun. I'm sure my motorcycling will benefit as well. Probably as much as anything, I want to spend more time with the family through cycling. I'll take any advice you can offer. If you live close, maybe we can ride(bring your patience). Thanks, Jon.
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Welcome, Jon. Two entirely different kinds of bikes... cool. Both can be fun, but one keeps you more fit!
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