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    PAIN IS PLEASURE
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    Hi From Long Island

    Glad To Be Here, Finally Made Myself A Member After Countless Times Reading This Forum For Info.

    Let's See, Started Cycling About 2 Yrs. Ago And Been Doing It Pretty Much Every Other Day Since, Gotta Leave A Couple A Days A Week For Upper Body Exercise! Before That, Hadn't Been On A Bike Since I Was A Kid. Forgot How Incredible It Was. Now Everytime I Get On My Bike I Feel Like A Kid Again.

    I Guess I Consider Myself More Of A Roadie, Though I Enjoy My Mountain Biking About Three Times A Month. Just Not As Convenient To Have To Travel To Ride A Trail.

    Pretty Much Care More About My Bikes More Than My Car. My Problem Right Now Is So Many Bikes, Too Little Money. Prefer Aluminum Over All Else For Stiffness, Though Steel Is Classic, And I Don't Believe In Suspensions Unless You're Downhilling/freeriding, The Former I Plan On Trying This Summer Or Next. Also a bit of a purist, love the history of cycling. Would love to one day get an old Penny-Farthing bike but I would probably kill myself riding it.

    Rather Be Climbing Than Riding Flats, But Challenging Hills Are A Little Hard To Come By Around Here, Gotta Add Some Weight To The Bike To Make It More Interesting.

    That's About It, If I Have Free Time I Get On A Bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LIVE2BIKE80
    Now Everytime I Get On My Bike I Feel Like A Kid Again.

    Ah, yes... one of the joys of two wheels. Welcome.
    A conclusion is the place where you got tired of thinking. - S. Wright

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