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    Recreation Ecologist
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    Greets greets greets

    Hey all, like my fellow Blacksburg denizen sabbot1680, just wanted to poke my head in here and let loose my barbarian yawp, so to speak.

    I'm already discussing making a bike less appealing to theft and also trying to identify my thrift store bike.

    Everyone's been so nice and helpful. Nice to meet you all!

    Hop

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    crazy bike girl msincredible's Avatar
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    Welcome Hop! Glad to hear you are enjoying BF so far.

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    Hi Hop! There's an old thread dealing with your EGS shifter:

    http://www.bikeforums.net/archive/in.../t-344862.html

    Welcome to BF!

    East Hill

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    Recreation Ecologist
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    Quote Originally Posted by East Hill View Post
    Hi Hop! There's an old thread dealing with your EGS shifter:
    Hey, thanks, East Hill! Now I am aware of cross chaining. Learn something every day, right? Very helpful.

    The synchro shifter is a nice piece of work for the utility and poking around town I do. Just shift up or down without having to remember the positions of each derailleur. After adjusting my high and low stops so that the derailleurs no longer pulled the chain completely off the cassette, I am a very happy biker.

    A friend taught me about the stops today. So far I'm having a super friendly experience with the biking community. So awesome.

    Hop

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