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Old 09-22-05, 12:44 PM
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slagjumper
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Biking is very popular.

This is an article about an upscale shop that caters to the upscale, (wealthy and uninitiated) kinda folks that you might find living in suburbia. I personally like the dirty but chuck full LBS with inked employees, but not all do. I dont think that you need to create a pw but that will only take a sec.


http://www.nytimes.com/2005/09/20/bu...=5070&emc=eta1



Walking is the Number One
Sports Activity

Although participation declined 2.6 percent, exercise walking continued ahead of swimming as America's most popular activity among the 45 sports and fitness activities surveyed by the National Sporting Goods Association (NSGA) for 1991. Exercise walking had 69.6 million participants in 1991, versus 71.4 million in 1990. Swimming drew 66.2 million participants in 1991, a 1.9 percent decline from 67.5 million in 1990.

Completing the top ten activities were bicycle riding (54 million participants), camping (47.1 million), fishing (47 million), bowling (40.4 million), exercising with equipment (39.2 million), billiards/pool (29.6 million), basketball (26.2 million) and aerobic exercising (25.9 million).
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