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Old 02-26-09, 11:29 AM   #1
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New to serious cycling and forums!

Hi there,
I'm James, a 27 yr old guy from London. Am just getting into cycling seriously now, upgrading my bike step by step and planning to up the distances also - turning from commuter into serious cycler. Used to play lots of sports but was hit by a car about a year and a half ago and cycling has proved to be low impact and great for recovery - why would I leave it when it has served me so well!
See you all in the forums...
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Old 02-26-09, 11:39 AM   #2
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You need to be less serious and have more fun. Tell us about the bike. Were you on a bike when you were hit by the car - that is what I call high impact.
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Old 02-26-09, 11:44 AM   #3
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No, but I was in the bike lane! Hit by a car whilst crossing the road. Foot got dragged under the wheel of the car. Currently using Hardrock sport but about to change.
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