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Old 01-08-07, 07:22 PM   #1
jinteh1
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hi yall

rode for years, mountain/rode bikes,, both overseas and here in the states, commuted daily in california,for 10 years,and did a couple of century rides. Then developed a lot of hip pain and its been 4 years since ive even touche a bicycle. Moved to Florida 3 years ago, the highway system dosnt seem very bicycle friendly especially in the south west region, but never the less i just bought me a used lightning p38 , and im anxious to explore the area, with hopes that the hip wont give me problems. see yall out on the rode. Keep the sticky side down...
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Old 01-08-07, 07:36 PM   #2
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Sorry about the hip pain. I'm been there. The roadway system in South Carolina has got to be the worst in the nation for cycling. The roads are narrow, jammed with commuters, shoulderless, and there seem to be a lot of motorists driving under suspension, without insurance and under the influence. I try to stay off the roads and use trails. Its a pain but my wife and daughter are happy. God bless and happy riding.
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