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Old 01-01-09, 12:44 PM   #1
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Hello From Texas!

Hello everyone at BF, I'm Sam from Houston/Austin, TX.

I'm a road and mountain biker (just started the road biking last august)...found this forum while googling cycling related questions and couldn't leave the site.

Hope to become a regular member here.

Here are the bikes i currently own:


Campus Commuter: Trek 7100 MultiTrack



Road Bike: 2006 Trek 1500T











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Hoping to purchase a MTB and build a Track Fixie to try out crit type racing.

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Old 01-01-09, 06:26 PM   #2
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Hi Sam. I see you're a Trek fan. I've got a 2005 Trek 6700 MB. Love it! Use it for single track and commuting. I switched to a Orbea Road Bike, however I was close to choosing a Trek. How do you like your 1500T?

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Welcome to the forums. Tons of us Texans around here. Make sure to stop by the Texas regional forum.

I ride a 2005 Trek 1200 and a 80's Falcon of England Europa on the road. Have a early 90s Trek 8000 mtb as well.
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Howdy and welcome to the forums.
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Old 01-04-09, 03:10 PM   #5
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Hey guys, thanks for the welcome.

Ya i'm a fan of the Treks, however both of those happened somewhat by chance. The Hybrid i found on CL and fixed up a little and the road bike I got a killer deal so i couldn't pass it up.

The 1500T is great, it's my fist road bike and it hasn't failed me yet.


Great to see alot of Texans here
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