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Old 05-23-08, 06:30 AM   #1
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Well after a lot of research here and all over; I ordered a Strida 5.0 last night. My home is in Orlando, but my job is in Chicago so for the next 6 months I will be commuting on CTA/Metra/Pace busses in the Chicago area. I haven't been on a bike in years but I'm excited about the prospect.

I'm really looking forward to it and am moving into my apt next week. Thanks for all the great info here!

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Hello JSnow789, the Strida looks like a mechanical marvel! It looks as if you will enjoy having it with you in Chicago, and it's certainly better than having a car.

Welcome to BF, and feel free to PM me with any questions !

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Welcome to the forums. Congrats on the new Strida and moving to a city where you can commute by mass transit/bike.
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