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Old 12-07-06, 03:46 AM   #1
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Hail, geared brethren.

Firstly, thank You to the administrators for hosting this forum. i discovered it through friends and so it follows that it came highly recommended. Cycling is a large part of my life.

All of my friends ride, it is my primary transportation and i feel more comfortable on a saddle than i do on two legs. My attire is suited for rough rides and i always have a 15mm wrench, tube, pump, chain grease and allen wrench complement on my person.

The rest of my life is lived in computers but that is an infinitely more boring subject to discuss, i've found. i enjoy working with my hands and searching for the unification of beauty and function. Bicycles are the closest mechanical tool that i have found to this. i am familiar with the anatomy of many road and track bicycles as well as their general maintenance and repair. i know nothing additionally about the BMX and off-road varieties.

i hope to serve as a wealth of information however i know that i will take far more from here than i could ever hope to give, i apologize for that.
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Old 12-07-06, 05:00 AM   #2
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Hello o<O, glad to have you onboard.

Please come visit in the Bicycle Mechanics forum, it sounds as if you would be helpful there.

If you enjoy the unification of beauty and function then you perhaps enjoy vintage and classic bicycles? We would like to see you in the Classic and Vintage Forum as well.

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