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Old 08-17-10, 01:25 AM   #1
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I am new to this forum!

Hellow friends..I am new to this forum. I have been visiting quite a few cycling forums recently as I own a Cycle and I think these forums helps in various ways like Advice for a new bike...or may be Troubleshooting etc. As I'm new I have few questions in mind like - Are people active here on this forum and if in case I have a query do people reply. I mean not instantly obviously but still they do right ! And what are the activities that cannot be done here. I have read the "forum rules" but in case if someone has been here for a long time may know what is the most hated thing to be done here on this forum..so that I avoid doing it and make sure my ID is safe ! I would also like to make friends here


Thank you...Any help would be appreciated!
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Old 08-17-10, 02:54 AM   #2
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Cheers jaikumar, welcome to Bike Forums!

When you need advice, use the search function first. Your question may have been answered already. When you post a question, use the appropriate Forum (Bike Mechanics for troubleshooting, for example) and try to be specific in your post. Background info helps, and sometimes pics are better than a lot of words. If you put a bit of effort into your questions, people will help you. A general "I need a new bike, tell me what to buy" without any other information will not get many useful replies. A lot of replies, yes, but probably nothing useful.

Regarding what NOT to do, the Guidelines you have read (rules) pretty much cover it. Looking forward to reading your posts!

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Old 08-17-10, 03:10 AM   #3
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Pleasure!
You are absolutely rite on the part that there should be some information regarding what I need...A little description will help people to help me out more easily ! yes I've read the Guidelines and it covers an overview of what not to do....thank you for the suggestions. will surely imply all these..cheers!!!!
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