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View Poll Results: Are you riding for recreational riding or competition riding?
Very Fit/Race level
1
4.55%
Good Fitness
13
59.09%
Weekend Warrior
3
13.64%
other
5
22.73%
Voters: 22. You may not vote on this poll

Are you riding for recreational riding or competition riding?

Old 07-07-22, 03:06 AM
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Are you riding for recreational riding or competition riding?

Very Fit/Race level? Good Fitness?Weekend Warrior? Please leave your comment~

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I'm a week day warrior.

Weekends have too much unpredictable traffic and people acting crazy to get to their weekend recreation or activity of their choice.

Roads seem safer during the week days. I like late morning rides and after lunch rides.
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Spam
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Originally Posted by prj71
Spam
Try frying it. You'd be surprised how it brings out the flavor.
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I thought Trifox had their own promotional sub-forum.
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Yes, we had our own promotional sub-forum.
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Originally Posted by Iride01
I'm a week day warrior.
I am a weekday warrior too. Heading out for a ride during "office hours" for most people means quieter roads. No dicing with peak hour traffic, weekend drivers, or dawn/dusk wildlife encounters.

And as above, fried spam is oh so good (but oh so bad).
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I just ride when I can and I've never had Spam
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I just ride when I can and I've never had Spam
You should try it sometime, with pineapple.

P.S. I have to chuckle at how obvious OP's spam is. This being the "Fitting Your Bike" forum, but the "PRODUCT REAL SHOT" is from such an angle that it's hard to discern much about how the bike is configured.
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In Alaska in the 50s, Spam was subsistence fare. I always ate it fried, usually with eggs. I think that's an electric bike. I know people with electric bikes. That's as far as I'll go with that.
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I am just a fancy bike lover,Love it so i ride it,For fitness
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