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    Hi all !!!!!

    Glad to be here. I am a long time cyclist and I hope you are too. What a wonderful hobby we share. I hope to learn a lot from you guys, and I hope I can be of some help too. Currently my bikes include an Abici Starship (road), a Raleigh M80 (MTB), a mid-seventies Raleigh S/A 3-speed beach cruiser, a Trek 720 multi-track (hybrid) that is soon to become a fixed single speed, my girlfriends bikes include, a Raleigh M60 (MTB), a mid-seventies Raleigh S/A 3-speed beach cruiser, and hopefully a new road bike soon, I'm looking at a Marinoni steel frame with either Shimano Ultegra triple or Chorus 10-speed triple. I am leaning towards the chorus, thirty speeds would be awesome.

    Enjoy the ride !!!

    Noloft
    I'm feeling much better now !!!!

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    Good to have you aboard.

    I'm sure you'll find lots of interesting stuff here and we hope you'll keep posting about your cycling experiences so we can get to know you better.

    Welcome to the forums.

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    Greetings and welcome to the forums.

    I am also fond of Marinoni's. I would go for the Campy Chorus. I have not been pleased with my Ultegra componants, but either way it's a sweet ride.

    Blake
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