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Bikes: vintage road bike( to be rebuilt) pretty decent roadmaster mountain bike

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Originally Posted by cyclic_eric View Post
Welcome maxride! Cycling, little by little, should be an excellent means of recovering from your surgery. I'll be leaving the 50+ group next year you youngster, but still in love with riding.
ok, I am 76, but I don't wear old lady dresses or blue hair. ( see, I am just as guilty of ageism as the store clerks who call me 'honey' and ' darling' if they're not from the south.) before I had my event leading to heart surgery, I was logging an average 50 miles a week, with an occasional 20 miler thrown in. hills, dirt roads, good stuff on the mountain bike. so it's kinda weird to be thrilled about a mile and a third . my goal is to ride to the corner store, 6 mile round trip, work up to more of those. the covid cootie has me isolating, so I need to get out on my bike.
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