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Old 12-30-04, 07:14 PM   #1
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Salut from an all season cyclist in Quebec!

Hey y'all

I just wanted to give a little introduction. I'm living in Quebec, Canada and I guess I'm a cycling enthusiast. I cycle all year round, in all weather conditions. I mostly cycle to commute, to go grocery shopping. In better weather I go on longer trips to visit people in neighbouring towns.
I own three MTBs and two road bikes, the bike i usually use is an old Specialized Stumpjumper that I use for touring now (I put on slicks and panniers, but i like the comfort and feeling of control from the geometry of a MTB ). Now that it's winter I'm using a beater MTB with knobbies and fenders that I made myself to keep slush and salt from hitting me.
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Old 12-30-04, 09:35 PM   #2
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Hello from another year-round cyclist.

My commuter is a 1980 Vélo Sport touring bike equipped with 700x30 slicks in summer and 700x37 knobbies in Winter. I ride with full fenders and a mudflap that protects the drivetrain.
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