Trek 7300, Trek Fuel 70 ... and hopefully I can get more when I actually get a job!
I've just joined from the Northern Front Range of wonderful Colorado. I'm one of those types of people who like to wear sweaters, beanies, sunglasses, and ride around on bike drinking beer. A matter of fact, I just got home from school, poured a frosty, then said "hey, it would be fun to ride around on my incredably fun Trek 7300, wearing a sweater, and a beanie, drinking beer! And sure enough, it was! Now I'm a tad-bit drunk, but hey I LOVE BIKES.... and books, and women, and hammocks... and summer...
I ride alot of single track here. I guess I prefer pretty technical downhill and uphill MTBiking. I'd really like to get into XC-mt biking, which looks like a load of fun, but otherwise I'm planning up fixing up an old Vintage Cruiser this summer, and right now I get to school and back on a Trek 7300, I actually look forward to going to school because I know I'lll be biking there!... anyway, I'm getting a tad bit wobbly,
Lemond Buenos Aries, Gary Fisher Tassajara, Trek 4500, plus many more
Welcome. I just got done playing some of my favorite celtic music. I like to record my mandolin and then play along with my accordion with a basic Band In The Box rhythm section. Now if I could only find a way to get all of this on my bike...