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Old 10-28-08, 01:23 PM   #1
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May I introduce myself?

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I'm an old man and I came from Rome . I ride since 1961 and now I ride only a MTB ( my Horse is a specialized full , gear sram xo wheels dt 250). I'm so lucky to leave very closed to Suburban Park of Castelli Romani , with a lot of single and double trucks,sheeps and sheepdog!
I've discovered this web site looking for a forum to know something more about my Polar S150 and I found it !
Buona MTB a tutti e ciao !
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Old 10-28-08, 01:25 PM   #2
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Old 10-28-08, 04:44 PM   #3
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Welcome! Wow, Rome, how marvelous!
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Welcome! Wow, Rome, how marvelous!
Thanks a lot for your welcome !!Rome is marvelous indeeed but there are too much romans ! It could better without 75% of cars !I was born and lived very close to San Peter, but now anything is changed and for nothing I would stay onceagain there.
Grazie e saluti
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Great! Mine has been a joke!I'm not so strong like you but after about 25 jears as rugby player my bones are not happy ! But in any case compliments .
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Hello Claudio! Are you able to bunnyhop over the sheep and sheepdogs? Rome sounds like fun, but Castelli Romani sounds like more fun on the bike.

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Hello ! I must say that in the surroundings there are lot of trucks , here we 've ,yearly, a race of 60 km long that is quite difficult (with a drop more than 1650 mt ) and in part ( 2 km long ) on an ancient hard hill pre-roman road with a view on two lakes (Albano and Nemi ) www.gfcollialbani.it ( in Italian Language only).
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