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    intro.

    Just wanted to introduce myself. I got back into biking 6 years ago and i'm turning 48 today. I ride road mostly because I live in good old flat and windy central Kansas. Had to move here because of a job. Not to many cars out on the road, that's nice. But I miss Mtb riding and curvy hilly roads. Next job has to be near good biking! Look forward to sharing thoughts with all of you.

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    Many welcomes, Jayhop!!!

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    Welcome and a belated happy birthday.

    I know what you mean about missing the hills. I never knew what they were till I moved from Florida to Atlanta. I'll miss then if I ever move back to the flatlands.
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    Welcome to the Forums Jayhop. Maybe riding out in the wind will make up for a lack of hills!
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