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Old 11-21-08, 07:48 PM   #1
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Thanks so much for being a new member , i have been walking as the only form of enjoyable exercise for many yrs,i am 53 male btw. In september 2008, i have changed my mind and start riding a bike instead, i didnt want to pay for a Trek 7000 series at that time bcz i wanted to get used to riding again,my last bike i had was 33 yrs ago, i am welcome to all comments and looking to meet new friends.thank yall for reading.
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Hi KPS! So...what bike do you currently have?

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Old 11-21-08, 08:01 PM   #3
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Sorry, its only a Schwinn Skyliner from Walmart,i am awared of all about bikes from the Xmarts and all, its just a good start for me right now, i did have to assemble the bike out of the box ( handle bar,front wheel and the saddle), i am looking at the trek ,cannondale and giant for my next hybrid/comfort/ oh whatever
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If you put it together, then at least you know it's been done correctly!

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Sure, i am also awared that you get what you paid for 95% of the time,i dont skim on quality when its time for quality,i am expecting to wear this Schwinn out and buy a new and better bike after X'mas, we have plenty trees here where i live but they dont grow money,i will post my bike as soon as i find out what's the size limit of the file.

BTW, its funny to know i spent just as much on bike accesories than i did on the bike,which was $165 with tax.
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