Hey there. I was referred to this site by a bike nut friend of mine after talking to him about how I had just started riding. I got started because I have a short commute that felt silly to drive and now I find myself looking for excuses to ride my bike. I'm looking forward to learning more about cycling and this place seems like a vast resource for that.
I have two bikes at the moment:
A '92 Trek 750 that I've put fenders and a rack on for my commute. I also have an old Dawes Galaxy (serial number is 3469 -- does that mean it's a '69?) that I'm kicking around the idea of fixing up.
I had the 750 "tuned" but the positions in which my shifters leave the derailleurs still cause them to be sort of "in between" where they need to be -- I'll be riding and when I really torque the crank the chain pops into another gear -- VERY annoying.