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    backside frontside's Avatar
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    biker from pdx

    im 30 and have been riding a bike for as long as i've know how.
    curently i commute on my 74 raleigh super course mkii with a
    shimano dynamo hub up front. i am interested in learning more
    about bike maintenance and repair.

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    There are plenty of Portlanders here, welcome!

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    Hi frontside, let's see some photos of the Raleigh over in the Classic & Vintage forum when you have some time, please?

    Don't forget to stop by the regional forums, too...

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    re:pdx biker

    I ride an 80's folding bike in Newberg. Good to have you on the forum

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    Welcome! Where do you ride?
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