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  1. #1
    Junior Member
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    Apr 2005
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    softride power v, cannondale 2.8 road bike, superv 900 comp mountain bke
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    new guy from nebraska

    I just found this site and had to sign on. Started my cycling life as a roadie, found my real calling in ITT, and just started mountain biking about six years ago. My bikes are a softride Power V set up w/ 650c and ultegra 600 for ITT, and old Cannondale 2.8, now on its eighth life, just getting a bunch of new goodies from Uncle Sam, and an equally old Cannondale Super V that is enjoying my tax return as well. Thats all for now.

  2. #2
    Senior Member
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    Atlanta, Georgia southside
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    Lemond Buenos Aries, Gary Fisher Tassajara, Trek 4500, plus many more
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    Welcome to the forums. It's good to see some great bikes being revitalized. Keeping our bikes going is often very helpful at keeping us going as well.

  3. #3
    Junior Member
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    Thanks for the vote of confidence. I've been torn many times as to weather I should upgrade my old bike or get a new one. your bike, over time becomes like an old pair of shoes, no longer shiney or in fashion, but very comfortable

  4. #4
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    Lemond Buenos Aries, Gary Fisher Tassajara, Trek 4500, plus many more
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    There's a "vintage" bike ride around here that shows how much some people and their bikes fit together rather well. They say that people eventually start looking like their dogs. I think the same may be said about people and their bikes.

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