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Old 05-31-04, 03:34 AM   #1
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hello from dundee scotland

Hi i've been reading some of the threads over the past couple of day's and thought i'd better join the forum,i've got a specialized hardrock97 thats been gathering dust in the shed for most of the time,six weeks ago i decided to dust it down grease it up and get up off my big lazy ass to get some exercise.Everything has been goin great apart from saddle problems,the pain was so annoying i decided to get a brooks leather saddle, a lot of money but worth it.Anybody else out there have similar problems?.I don't commute it's about 60miles round trip to work up and down hills,i might consider it if my fitness picks up and i lose weight. Gus 37 years old
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Old 05-31-04, 04:08 AM   #2
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Hi from Munich Germany, the saddle problems will soon disappear if you keep riding-60 miles is quite a long commute to start with though-maybe you could drive one way each day to start with?
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Hi from Munich Germany, the saddle problems will soon disappear if you keep riding-60 miles is quite a long commute to start with though-maybe you could drive one way each day to start with?
if i get a lot fitter i might consider doing the commute to work,for now i'll just have to make do with an hour or two per day
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