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Old 04-08-09, 03:16 AM   #1
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Hi from London

Hiya

just a quick introduction...my name is Lars, I've been a keen cyclist most of my life, started at a very young age, inspired by my dad ;-), raced and rode cycle marathons but 7 years ago moved to London and while I love the city it's not great for cycling. So my beloved Principia Road bike and all other bikes of my fleet ended up collecting dust in my parents' basement :-(

Anyway, last summer I got on a bike again after moving to a centralish area in London from where I can bike-commute to work, so I re-activated my (also beloved) Cannondale Omega MTB ('91). There's hardly any original parts left on it anyway but now I am also in the process of 'urbanizing' it, yesterday I got my new wheels and slicks and I thinking about some more modifications which I'll probably have questions about in this forum ;-)

Ok, back to work!

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Old 04-08-09, 05:22 AM   #2
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welcome I too am in london. It isn't too bad for commuting cycling as the drivers tend to be fairly aware of you, however the streets do leave a lot to be desired!
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Old 04-08-09, 07:29 AM   #3
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yes, that's true, there are so many cyclists around that drivers tend to be aware...if now only the cabbies could use their indicators BEFORE they turn and the world would be a better place
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