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Old 06-27-08, 05:53 AM   #1
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Just getting back into cycling looking at a LHT or Raleigh touring bike so I thought I would lurk here for a while and see what useful information I can pickup.

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Welcome to the gang Woody, you can find a ton of info here. Enjoy surfing around, lots of good advice available!
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Hi Woody, I've seen the new Raleigh touring bikes, and would love to get one for myself. Unfortunately, I am too short--the smallest made is a 50cm... .

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Hi Woody, I've seen the new Raleigh touring bikes, and would love to get one for myself. Unfortunately, I am too short--the smallest made is a 50cm... .

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It seams I am looking again they only have 62cm in the warehouse, I need a 57cm and they wont have any until August sometime. So Wednesday (next day off) I will be out looking again. I take it you are from the UK, I will be in London 2 Sept meeting up with my son and then off to Munich, Innsbruck area for some hut hiking.
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I am originally from Swinton, Lancashire, but now live in the US, just outside Seattle. Enjoy the hut hiking!

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